Unlike Lancaster County and other areas of the state plagued with voting issues, the Primary Election in Lebanon County ran like a well-oiled machine.
An ongoing shortage of available detention beds to house local juvenile offenders across Pennsylvania has prompted the county to take corrective action.
The Lebanon County Commissioners struck a three-year deal Thursday with the union that represents correctional officers at the county prison.
In the midst of contract negotiations with Lebanon County, a union representative for the county prison correctional officers is expressing grave concerns for working conditions at the facility.
There is general conversation and lighthearted banter that precedes most meetings of the Lebanon County Commissioners. But not on Thursday.
Earthwork has begun at Lebanon County’s new $30 million 911 Center, slated to open in the summer of 2023.
Lebanon County commissioners took two major steps on Thursday to upgrade the county’s obsolete public safety radio system.
Grant approval, the coroner’s annual report, and board reorganization were all part of the Lebanon County commissioners’ first meeting following Mike Kuhn taking office to complete the remainder of the late Bill Ames’ term as commissioner.
Lebanon County Commissioners approved the release of $750,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funding to Tec Centro Lebanon for the organization to house its new workforce empowerment center.
One of Lebanon County’s service agencies is moving from paper to a digital platform for all of its client and vendor forms.
A Philadelphia law firm via a civil lawsuit filed against two Jonestown-based state police troopers has claimed that a video obtained by the law firm shows that a 2020 fatal shooting in Jackson Township involving those troopers was not justified.
Members of Lebanon County’s Metropolitan Planning Organization voted unanimously to participate in the regional study, which spans nearly 400 municipalities.
A Jonestown-based Pennsylvania State Police officer pulled the trigger in four police-related shootings — including two in Lebanon County over the past 19 months — according to an investigative report published Thursday by the New York Times.
The increase from 3.2925 mills to 3.8925 mills means a homeowner next year would pay about $3.89 in property tax for every $1,000 of assessed value on their home, an increase of about 60 cents per $1,000 dollars.
Sixty-five members of the county’s Republican committee presented Thursday a letter voicing their strong opposition to the proposed 18-percent property tax increase in the county’s $123.9 million 2022 budget.