The American Lung Association air pollution report card found that Lebanon County has fewer high ozone days and lower annual particle pollution than in previous recorded years.
Colebrook Road/Route 241 between Mill Road and Creekside Drive has been reopened after the realignment of sharp S-curve. Traffic circle coming at Rocherty Road intersection about a mile south.
Here are the real estate transfers recorded in Lebanon County for the second half of April.
PCN-TV’s Pennsylvania Country Roads’ May 9 episode highlighted the Cornwall Iron Furnace and Lebanon County-based FFA State Officer Alayna Harrell.
Mount Gretna’s iconic eatery struggled to get by with all the pandemic-related restrictions of 2020, but 2021 is looking up for the Jigger Shop.
Just 29 of the 253 full-time lawmakers in Pennsylvania post some information online about how they spend taxpayer dollars in their duties, despite many proclaiming, “It’s Your Money.”
LVC sophomore Evelyn Dyer was awarded the 2021 Richard H. and Karen R. Light Memorial Scholarship, receiving $2,500 to go toward her study of environmental chemistry and economics.
Police Week ceremony honors four fallen police officers, former district attorney.
A web of expense accounts, few reporting requirements, and questionable claims of “legislative privilege” help keep lawmaker spending obscured — and the public in the dark.
Tonight at 7 p.m., candidates in the upcoming May 18 election for ELCO school board members will participate in a public forum.
Starting in 2022, Fort Indiantown Gap will be the site of the Keystone State Youth ChalleNGe Academy, a program for at-risk youth.
The Women’s Health Center’s eight physicians and two advanced practice providers, along with their staff, became part of the regional health care system April 26.
Spotlight PA answers your questions about controversial constitutional amendments, judicial races, and more.
Lebanon High wrestling camp to feature five of the nation’s best college wrestlers, including three NCAA national champions.
Polling places for the Lebanon 7th and 10th Wards, which were moved in November due to Covid-19, have reverted to their previous locations.