Local energy provider Met-Ed has begun its annual tree trimming operations across Central Pennsylvania.
Growing up since just one year old in Myerstown, Pennsylvania Secretary of Corrections John Wetzel sees Lebanon County as his home.
Local author David Bohr’s first novel “The Pride of Central,” a baseball tale set here in Lebanon County, is an impressive entry into the genre.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
The Friends of the Cornwall Iron Furnace will host their annual dinner on Tuesday, June 11, featuring a speech on Pennsylvania Dutch powwow customs.
The Lebanon County Conservation District visited a few local elementary schools this past week and distributed tree seedlings to more than 300 Cornwall-Lebanon School District 4th graders.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce is holding another Professional Development Series to provide education, training and tools to employees or anyone in the workforce who may be ready to advance to a managerial position.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
Save the date – the 30th Annual Union Canal Days is setting up soon.
At an April 24 meeting, the membership of Lebanon Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #42 voted to withdraw the organization’s endorsement of Matt Shirk for Lebanon County Commissioner in the upcoming May 21 Republican primary election.
Lebanon County has the distinction of being the fastest growing county from 2017-2018 according to research conducted by the Pennsylvania State Data Center.
Pennsylvania State Police announced that a 55 year old Flushing, New York woman was killed last night while crossing Route 22 in Bethel Township.
One year after expansion, Rotunda Brewing Company in Annville is more popular than ever and eyeing more growth.
Following the injury of Lebanon City Fire Department firefighter Dave Smiley Jr while combating a house fire in Mill Creek, DE, local firefighters are continuing to fundraise for his recovery.
Students of Palmyra Area School District took to the cool spring waters of Memorial Lake on Tuesday to investigate the quality of their local waterways.