Following an incident this fall at Northern Lebanon High School, a Berks man is facing a third-degree felony charge for unlawful contact with a minor.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
Lebanon Valley College is dropping some academic programs in an effort to control its instructional costs.
The Lebanon VA Medical Center held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday morning for the hospital’s new Medical-Surgical Unit.
For more than 10 years now, the Glass Slipper Project has been making prom/formal dresses available to all at prices quite unlike you’d find in stores.
Through the national Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA), Lebanon County households earning $54,000 or less are eligible for free tax preparation services.
Bon Appétit’s review of Bell & Evans new spatchcock chicken was an all-out love fest for the product, launched last year.
Giant Foods has begun collecting signatures at its Cleona store in support of a referendum that would drop the borough’s 70+ year status as a dry town.
A 32 year old Lebanon man faces charges for a DUI crash that occurred back in November, including one for harassing the well-known South Londonderry police dog, Rex.
As of today, the snow geese population at Middle Creek is back up to 85,000.
The Payless Shoes location in the Lebanon Valley Mall remains open, but neither store management nor Payless corporate would provide any further detail on the store’s fate.
According to Met-Ed, about 400 residents are without power this morning as the area endures extremely high winds.
Pennsylvania State Police announced DUI charges this weekend against a Jonestown man for a February 8 incident in which the man crashed his vehicle into a local house.
Local World War Two veteran Richerd Kerkeslager was recognized for his service Friday afternoon in a ceremony at Cedar Haven.
Tyler Austin Weaber-Haag of Palmyra waived his right to a preliminary hearing this week, moving the case one step closer to trial.