You can stop asking Dave Stein when you run into him in town now: Hidden Still isn’t going anywhere.
In a press event today, County Commissioner Jo Ellen Litz (D) announced her re-election campaign and reaffirmed her commitment to put “people above politics.”
A column from the County Commissioners Association calling for better partnership with the General Assembly.
Here’s your overview to important election dates in the next nine months.
This Saturday night, Annville’s Allen Theatre will be offering an opportunity that local cinephiles won’t be able to pass up: a screening of the award-winning independent film, Meme.
In a ceremony held yesterday in the atrium of the Bishop Library, former US Representative Charlie Dent (R-15) was presented with Lebanon Valley College’s Founders Medal.
Another crash occurred today in northern Lebanon County due to a driver falling asleep at the wheel.
Although Lebanon County hasn’t produced one (yet), we have plenty of ties to the nation’s highest elected office: The Presidency.
Although you’d think this is an easy question to answer, for the country’s largest local news company it is apparently not.
Tomorrow is the first day to circulate and file nomination petitions for the 2019 municipal elections.
Leadership Lebanon Valley has been around in the Lebanon community since 1988, mostly visible to the public through its fundraisers like the upcoming NYC bus trip or past events like the Dog Day 5k.
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy has opened applications for its 2019 Richard H. and Karen R. Light Memorial Scholarship.
Cornwall Manor Retirement Community announced late last week that president and CEO Steven D. Hassinger will be retiring on March 1, 2019.
A man fell asleep while driving last night on Interstate 78 westbound near the Interstate 81 convergence, according to a release by Pennsylvania State Police.
The Pennsylvania Link to Aging and Disability Resource will host its monthly cross-training meeting at 8:30am Friday, March 1 at Spang Crest.