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The Thursday meeting of the Lebanon County Commissioners saw the hiring of Tina Litz to the position of county prison warden.
This week’s pet is Minnie, owned by Ed and Nita Shutter, of Lebanon.
The proposal was submitted for Round 1 of the Emergency Solutions Grant established by the CARES Act (ESG-CV), on behalf of Community Action Partnership and Lebanon County Christian Ministries.
The hearing was the first of 14 Republicans intend to hold on the administration of an election they largely won. Democrats launched a counter-offensive, “Defending Democracy,” to “address the lies.”
Liz Wagenseller will lead an office that plays a critical role for journalists and citizens whose requests for these records are denied, they believe, unfairly.
In terms of relative comparisons, the current figure of 1,013 new COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents is 37% lower than Lebanon County’s figures one month ago and 29% lower compared to 14 days ago.
Recently, a small coalition against human trafficking has been established in Lebanon County.
State Representative Russ Diamond expands on why he supports changes to Pennsylvania’s appellate court elections.
On Monday, Jan. 18, Jubilee Ministries opened its seventh thrift store, in Wernersville. Jubilee views the opening as a way to expand its ministry into Berks County, and as an opportunity to do even more good.
Here are the real estate transfers recorded in Lebanon County for the first half of January.