A Lebanon judge who signed a policy prohibiting people under court supervision from using medical marijuana said that they couldn’t wait any longer to make a decision on the matter.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
Let’s take a look a what’s happening around Lebanon County this weekend!
Henise Tire’s recent overhaul of its 558 East Penn offices in Cleona was a great way to honor the past while laying down traction for the future.
Demolition work has begun on three burned out homes in the 400 block of Cumberland Street.
Cornwall resident Jennifer Wentzel made a prepared presentation to the Cornwall Borough Council that persuaded council members to agree to allow a trap-neuter-release program to resume to address the borough’s population of feral cats.
The invasive insect native to southeast Asia has swarmed parts of the Lebanon County, putting some plant life in jeopardy.
The Lebanon County Historical Society (LCHS) will host two Sunday programs in the upcoming fall season. All programs are open to the public.
Continuing to expand staff, Genesis Lighting and Electric recently added Paul Dahlquist, Jr. as an Electrician’s Assistant.
The Auditor General released a special report recommending that the Keystone Exams be phased out in favor of nationally recognized exams like the PSAT, SAT, or ACT.
A Lebanon judge issued a policy earlier this month that prohibits people under county supervision from using medical marijuana, even if it goes against doctor’s orders.
Starting next Monday, eligible Pennsylvanians will be able to apply online for absentee ballots.
At the second Lebanon Recovery Day in Monument Park on Saturday, local officials and recovering addicts spoke about the importance of recognizing that addiction can affect anyone.
The Lebanon County Area Agency on Aging (LCAAA) is looking for volunteer drivers to deliver Meals on Wheels in the Palmyra area.
When we saw a tweet about Penn State’s biggest blowout ever, it was clear — LebTown had to cover this.