The Court of Common Pleas of Lebanon County is accepting applications to fill the county commissioner post left vacant by the death of Republican William E. Ames, Jr. on Dec. 28, 2021.
Between rolling fields, forest paths, and wide-open riverside trails, the Susquehanna region is hardly lacking in sights to see from the perch of a bicycle seat.
A Jonestown-based Pennsylvania State Police officer pulled the trigger in four police-related shootings — including two in Lebanon County over the past 19 months — according to an investigative report published Thursday by the New York Times.
Lebanon County Commissioner William E. Ames Jr. died on Tuesday, Dec. 28, after being hospitalized for COVID-19 at WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital in Lebanon. He was 81.
Sixty-five members of the county’s Republican committee presented Thursday a letter voicing their strong opposition to the proposed 18-percent property tax increase in the county’s $123.9 million 2022 budget.
34-year-old Victor Rivera, of Lebanon, remains at large heading into Thursday, Dec. 16, following an alleged violent escape from the Lebanon County Sheriff’s Office on the evening of Tuesday, Dec. 14.
Target confirms it will open its first Lebanon County store in 2022.
WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital has more COVID-19 admissions than ever.
Wreaths Across America has two public events scheduled for this Friday, Dec. 17, at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, in advance of the nationwide events planned for Saturday, Dec. 18.
School districts in Lebanon County faced uncertainty on Wednesday, Dec. 8 over an unspecified threat made on social media.
After ringing in 2021 virtually, the Lebanon New Year’s Eve Bologna Drop returns for the 25th time to commemorate 2022 in the most Lebanon way.
Demolition of the Gingrich Memorial Pool at Coleman Memorial Park is now underway.
Ebersole auto dealerships sold after a century of family ownership.
Union Beer House is set to get new digs next year, with the local joint known for its cheesesteaks and beer selection taking over the former Country Cupboard space at 2631 Cumberland Street in North Lebanon Township.
This past weekend, Christkindlmarkt brought a flurry of activity and seasonal color into the otherwise slightly-dull shades of Coleman Memorial Park in the late-late-fall.