Congressman Dan Meuser (R-9) visited five businesses in downtown Lebanon Thursday, April 21.
The Lebanon County Commissioners struck a three-year deal Thursday with the union that represents correctional officers at the county prison.
The new mural completed by BKFoxx in downtown Lebanon is a reimagination of a classic Norman Rockwell illustration.
North Cornwall Township supervisors learned what a new, larger headquarters building might cost when bids for the project were revealed at their April 19 meeting.
At Monday’s meeting, the North Lebanon Township Board of Supervisors agreed to push back several paving projects until next year due to this year’s high bids.
The mural is not going away.
In the midst of contract negotiations with Lebanon County, a union representative for the county prison correctional officers is expressing grave concerns for working conditions at the facility.
A 2020 ordinance and a cease and desist order issued by the City of Lebanon have cast a shadow over an outdoor mural project on South 8th Street, across from the Lebanon Farmers Market.
A national developer of cold storage facilities has a plan to build a massive warehouse on a 140+ acre site in Millcreek Township, but faces opposition from nearby residents over the traffic implications.
Hershey’s Giant Center was the scene on Friday of a celebration of the life of the late Lebanon police Lt. William D. Lebo, who was shot and killed in the line of duty on March 31 while responding to a residential break-in.
Lebanon County District Attorney Pier Hess Graf shared additional details on the March 31 shooting that left Lebanon police Lt. William Lebo dead, and two other officers seriously wounded.
The Lebanon City Police Department has installed a card collection box in the lobby of the Lebanon County-City Municipal Building.
The late Lebanon Police Lieutenant William Lebo is set to receive a hero’s sendoff Friday, April 8, with a funeral procession from Lebanon to Hershey preceding a celebration of life service at the Hershey Giant Center.
The history of the chocolate industry in Lebanon County has often been overlooked thanks to its famous neighbors. Here’s a short and sweet peek at a few businesses and chocolatiers that set up shop inside the county borders.
Lora Lebo has taken to Facebook offering forgiveness and compassion to the perpetrator, while asking media to focus on Lt. Lebo’s life well-lived.