A 41 year-old Palmyra man is the second Lebanon County resident facing federal criminal charges in connection with the violent invasion of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 while Congress was meeting to certify the results of the November, 2020 presidential election.
There is a buyer for the closed Lebanon Catholic School property, and the sale could be finalized this summer.
The Lebanon community is stepping up to ensure the children are provided for, now and in the years to come.
The Lebanon County Detective Bureau has charged a North Annville Township couple with “prolonged assault and abuse” of their five adopted children, who range in age from 6 to 15. Criminal Complaints filed on Feb. 2 against 44 year-old Robert J. Duncan and his 42 year-old wife, Stephanie A. Duncan, allege that the abuse took […]
32 Lebanon County students have received Fall, 2020, academic honors at the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences in Lancaster.
Lebanon City council tackled HACC purchase financing, a new bridge, getting rid of old records, and a fire code change at its Jan. 25 meeting. Mayor says an end to the Walnut Street repaving project is in sight.
Schott Pharmaceutical Systems is manufacturing these life-saving containers at its South Lebanon Township plant, sustaining a rate of 250 million per year.
The death of Republican State Senator David J. Arnold, Jr. on Jan. 17, 2021 has left the 48th District senatorial seat vacant for the second time in less than 16 months, and it appears that the same procedure that sent Arnold to Harrisburg will be used to choose his successor.
Alternative Baseball Organization looking to expand into the area, give traditional baseball experience, teach skills to differently abled athletes.
Lebanon County election director says concerns about election totals raised by Ryan and Diamond result from a misunderstanding of processes. Diamond seemed satisfied. Election audit underway.
The victims of the Nov. 16 arson, in which a raccoon was set afire on their front lawn, have come forward, and they say the evidence points to a political and racial motive for the violent crime.
Lebanon City Police Department Sergeant Jeffrie C. Marley, Jr., is seeking the Republican nomination for Lebanon County Sheriff in 2021. The post has been held since 2013 by Republican Bruce E. Klingler.
When else, and where else, would the unloading of a plain cardboard box from an ordinary white commercial van elicit a round of applause and cheers from a line of weary health care frontliners standing out in the cold?
A driver escaped injury Saturday afternoon when her car was struck by an eastbound Norfolk Southern freight train at the Lincoln Avenue railroad crossing in Lebanon.
Lebanon County’s top election official says the Nov. 3 general election went smoothly for the most part, but he thinks a little fine-tuning is in order before next spring’s primary.