In a press release this morning Dauphin County District Attorney Fran Chardo cleared Kevin C. Rhoades of all outstanding allegations regarding potential sexual abuse while in his former position as bishop of the Roman Catholic Church’s Harrisburg Diocese.
In new reports by the United States Census Bureau, Lebanon County’s median income and the percentage of its residents living beneath the poverty line both saw slight changes compared to 2016.
Over at Penn Live, Jan Murphy has the story about Pennsylvania lawmaker Rep. Tom Mehaffie (R-Dauphin) who is pushing legislation to make amethyst the state gem.
Great piece by Penn Live’s Charles Thompson on Pennsylvania’s congressional battlegrounds. He says the 9th (see map) will likely go Republican in tossup between former Ag Sec Dennis Wolf (D) and former Revenue Secretary Dan Meuser (R).
By paying its 2016 taxes the Quentin Riding Club avoided having to itself to repay the government, at least for another year.
Using the crowd patronage website Patreon, locally-based Scott Church has opened up his studio (and his calendar) to photographers seeking to grow their craft.
Next week Thursday September 13 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm the Annville Free Library will host an hour-long course taught by the Capital Area Beekeepers Association about the fundamentals of beekeeping.
Pennsylvania historian Rich Wagner will be presenting a talk 1:30pm next Sunday at the Lebanon County Historical Society about our area’s heritage with beer.
Erik Soulliard has been in the film industry for a long time, but this is his first experience doing something like his Facebook video project, We Are Lebanon, Pa.
In an op-ed for the Patriot News, Lebanon Valley College President Lewis E. Thayne announced a new program in which students recovering from drug addiction will live in a special Collegiate Recovery House staffed by a Caron employee.
The first-ever Tower to Town 10-mile race is about a month out, with potential runners advised to register by September 28 for best pricing and to guarantee a t-shirt. The race will take place Saturday October 7th rain or shine.
Rescheduled from last month, this Friday the Cleona Community Park will host a showing of “Wonder”, along with an anti-bullying program before the movie.
Fort Indiantown Gap will be holding mortar and demolitions training this month, with the mortar training this weekend September 7-9 and the demolitions training on September 19. These training events will take place between the hours of 8am to 11pm.
Historic Schaefferstown is set to host its 50th annual Harvest Fair on the weekend of September 15-16 at the historic Schaeffer Farm in eastern Lebanon County.
Yesterday’s rainstorms broke records, according to local weather service Lebanon County Weather, which shared stats in a Facebook update this morning.