Dave Rotunda, a local restaurant owner, aired his grievances with Gov. Tom Wolf’s recent order to close restaurants and bars in Pennsylvania for two weeks in a Facebook video that quickly went viral.
Both the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Lebanon, Lebanon’s Main Street organization, have been working to keep businesses up-to-date on the mandates to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
State Sen. Dave Arnold (R-48) addresses his concerns with Governor Tom Wolf’s communication and response to the coronavirus threat.
Lebanon County got quiet this week as businesses shut down to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Keeping crowds of people out of the municipal building is imperative at this time to reduce the chance of infection, the commissioners explained.
Details on how WellSpan Health and UPMC are gearing up COVID-19 testing efforts in Lebanon County.
City of Lebanon safer than 10 years ago, in good shape overall, according to Mayor Capello’s State of the City address.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
The Lebanon Farmers Market is selling inexpensive toilet paper, paper towels and other supplies to help the local community during the coronavirus outbreak.
Gov. Tom Wolf has expanded his orders regarding business shutdowns to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health announced Thursday that Lebanon County has its first confirmed case of the novel coronavirus.
Palmyra Area Middle School science teacher Jeff Remington has earned state and national awards for his work in the classroom and now is in the running for an international honor worth $1 million.
And just like that our lives have changed.
In the first two decades of the twentieth century, Lebanon took part in a vehicular fad that influenced leisure, work, and war.
To meet the need during COVID-19, several school districts in Lebanon County are offering meals to keep those young tummies full.