In the wake of an apparent employee walkout on Thursday, XPO shares information on the steps the company is taking to protect its workforce.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed Friday, April 3, that Lebanon County now has 54 cases of the novel coronavirus, an increase of nine cases compared to figures published Thursday.
It’s a story of financial struggle and uncertainty that’s all too common right now. A report from Lebanon’s Downtown Lounge.
State Rep. Russ Diamond (R-102) shares a letter to Gov. Tom Wolf making the case that a public list of businesses waived to operate would reduce the opportunity for fraud.
Thousands of gallons of milk are going down the drain as dairy farmers in Lebanon County and throughout the United States find it hard to get their products to market for sale.
The Lebanon County Commissioners met by teleconference on Thursday to discuss the county’s response to COVID-19 as well as a potential relaxation of real estate tax due dates.
When “normal” legislative work is resumed, the Pennsylvania State Grange urges lawmakers to make high-speed access to broadband an urgent priority.
The police department building and vehicles are scheduled to undergo a deep clean/sanitization this afternoon.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed Thursday, April 2, that Lebanon County now has 45 cases of the novel coronavirus, an increase of nine cases compared to figures published Wednesday.
We are doubling down on last week’s editorial and making a new request of the Department of Health.
As LebTown continues to track the fast-moving story of the novel coronavirus, we’ve put together a summary of other COVID-19 related news in the past 48 hours.
With a surge in demand, Seltzer’s Smokehouse Meats is hiring temporary workers and implementing changes to keep its workforce safe from COVID-19.
WellSpan Health, the Lebanon VA, and UPMC are encouraging appointments via telephone or video call due to coronavirus concerns.
Frontline healthcare workers are heroes. And in this time of pandemic, we need heroes more than ever.
Lebanon County Correctional Facility has, as of this date, prevented the introduction of the COVID-19 virus into the facility.