Lebanon County will no longer provide targeted case management (TCM) services for local residents through their Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities/Early Intervention(MH/ID/EI) department beginning July 1.
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.
Some candidates for the judge’s seat are attempting to smear their opponents.
After nearly 47 years with the Cornwall Borough Police Department, Chief Bruce Harris will hand in his badge and service revolver when he retires from the force on Friday, May 7.
Champ’s Barber School will open in May in downtown Lebanon. It will be located at 37 South 8th Street; the former location of Edible Arrangements and Cedar Book and Card Shop.
Tim McMaster hopes to win special election to represent the 48th District and “make Harrisburg less powerful.”
After lengthy discussion, the commissioners voted along party lines, 2-1, to limit access to the box to regular business hours.
According to PennDOT, the section of Route 241 in North Cornwall and West Cornwall townships will be closed so a contractor can realign an S-curve.
Capacity at Lebanon County’s mass vaccination site is expanding as WellSpan capacity comes online.
Jeff Dunn is predicting that the doors to Corvette will be open once more by this summer. “It’s about 75% complete,” he estimated, in regards to the construction.
Neely was one of the greatest mystery authors of our time. But because few details exist, her time in Lebanon is shrouded in mystery.
Would you risk your safety or your relationships to recover long-lost precious and sentimental family heirlooms? The characters in local author David Bohr’s new novel would say, “Yes.”