The number of new COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents is currently at 114 for Lebanon County.
School officials are still waiting to learn how quickly a structural issue at Annville Elementary School can be resolved – and how soon the school can reopen for use.
Countywide ballot for Nov. 3 election tentatively approved by commissioners at Thursday meeting.
Election boards want to start processing mail-in ballots before Election Day, but such a move would require cooperation between the Democratic governor and Republican leaders.
Electronic resources are vital during the pandemic and as we continue to face challenges with schooling and everyday research needs. However, some of our best resources are not found on a digital screen but are still within easy reach.
This week’s pets are Zoe, Zipper, and Rigby, who live with their humans, David and Bonnie Kupp, in the Cornwall area.
Much of the decision is grounded in precedent that has been widely repudiated, and it also runs counter to similar rulings and the reasoning of the country’s chief justice, John Roberts.
Campaign signs are being stolen and destroyed in Lebanon and beyond.
The positive rate was 12% in May, 9% in June, 5.4% in July, and 4.3% in August. So far in September, the positive rate is 7.4%.
Judy Williams Henry has made a career out of understanding and defining the elements of movement. She’s made an impact on Lebanon County — and the world — by refining and promoting movement.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
On Wednesday night, church bells rang out while porch lights illuminated to honor 12-year-old Max Schollenberger.
The number of new COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents is currently at 106 for Lebanon County.
Lebanon CareerLink site administrator shares his outlook on pre and post pandemic workforce development in Lebanon County.
Registration has just opened for this year’s event, slated for Sunday, Oct. 4.