You’ll still find longtime owner Ken Keener behind the counter on market days.
Lebanon Fire Chief Duane Trautman has retired from his position as the city’s top firefighter, effective March 30, after being placed on paid leave earlier that month.
The legal victory handed to former North Cornwall police officer Joseph Fischer, charged with multiple crimes relating to the violent Jan. 6, 2021, invasion of the U.S. Capitol, has been overturned by a federal appeals court.
Lebanon Mayor Sherry Capello concentrated on issues of everyday concern to city residents when she gave her annual State of the City Address to about 150 guests at the Hebron Banquet Hall on Wednesday, March 29.
Lebanon city resident and community activist Sharon Zook will be a candidate on the Republican ballot for Lebanon County commissioner at the May 16 municipal primary election.
The Lebanon city fire chief has been placed on on paid administrative leave, but city officials aren’t saying why.
Jackson Township resident and frequent critic of its board of supervisors Ann Gruber wants to run for a spot on the board, but her felony record bars her from holding the office, a Lebanon County judge ruled at a hearing on March 17.
A retired U.S. postal inspector and Air Force officer is one of four candidates for the magisterial district judge position covering Palmyra Borough and North Londonderry, South Londonderry, East Hanover, and Cold Spring townships.
A Berks County microbrewery is in line to become the latest operator of the bar and restaurant on the third floor of the Lebanon Farmers Market building in downtown, replacing the Red-Headed League Public House.
South Lebanon Township resident and Cornwall-Lebanon school director Diana Carpenter is running for Lebanon County Commissioner and will appear on the May 23 primary election ballot.
Honors for a former city council member and an updated master plan for Coleman Memorial Park highlighted Monday night’s Lebanon City Council meeting at City Hall.
The future looked bleak in 2020 when years of declining enrollment forced the closing of Lebanon Catholic School, but a dedicated group of parents, donors, and educators refused to let the 160-year tradition of Catholic education in Lebanon County die.
Derry Township police officer and North Londonderry Township resident Dennis Eckenrode is the third announced candidate for the vacant magisterial district judge position covering Palmyra Borough and North Londonderry, South Londonderry, East Hanover, and Cold Spring townships.
Whether a proposed 858-acre solar panel farm in rural North Annville Township will be built is in the hands of a local judge, and there is no word on when a decision will be handed down.
Lebanon attorney Megan Ryland Tanner is the latest candidate for the Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas vacancy created by the retirement last year of Judge Samuel A. Kline.