LebTown looked into the way the Lebanon Area Fair affects its neighboring businesses in the North Cornwall Commons across the street.
The conservancy worked with the Jegla family, which owns the property, to acquire a grant of conservation easement, which protects the land in perpetuity.
Last night Lebanon City Council passed two bills on their first reading that would increase salaries for Lebanon’s mayor and city council persons for the first time in five years.
Lebanon police have charged 23 year-old Anthony Canales in connection with an early morning July 23 shooting in the 700 block of Walnut Street that left a 20 year-old man in a local hospital’s intensive care unit.
Saturday kicked off the Lebanon Area Fair, and the day was full of activities for all ages. With a week to go of food, exhibiting, and events, here’s LebTown’s photos from the first day of fair festivities.
Saturday, the 2019 Lebanon Area Fair Queen Shay Miller passed on her title to the 2021 Fair Queen Katie Shaak.
Moonlight is LebTown’s Pet of the Week!
Berks County prison records show that Michael Folmer, former state senator for Lebanon County, was released by court order July 20. Folmer was sentenced to between one and two years in prison last year for possession of child pornography.
Discover what’s happening at Lebanon County churches next week!
These federal funds can be used to address COVID-19’s negative economic impacts, replace lost public sector revenue, support public health, help essential workers, and invest in infrastructure improvements, including water, sewer or broadband services.
The Friends of the Annville Free Library are ready to go with a smaller (but longer) version of the Big Book Sale that didn’t happen in 2020.
While not many have taken advantage of Lebanon County’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program thus far, Community Action Partnership administrator Samuel Ortiz expects the program to pick up steam.
Rumors that fireworks had sparked the blaze have been circulating in the area since the massive fire destroyed the city recycling center in the 300 block of North 14th Street.
The superintendent of Lebanon School District was not surprised last month to see Lebanon on the governor’s list of 25 “most underfunded” schools in Pennsylvania – but he takes some pleasure in seeing new steps to make education funding more equitable.
Here are the real estate transfers recorded in Lebanon County for the first half of July.