One student’s memories of a caring and patient teacher were responsible for that teacher recently being named “Teacher of the Year,” a recognition sponsored by the Lebanon Federal Credit Union.
Christman’s Funeral Home Director Greg Vaitl publishes book to help community navigate, overcome tough times
The book, titled after the eponymous blog post series, is now available for pickup at Christman’s Funeral Home in Lebanon.
Mt. Gretna Murder Mystery will come to your home in a box this Halloween
The mystery boxes will contain mug shots, police reports, background on the suspects, witness reports, and more.
Lebanon technology firm refurbishing computers for local nonprofits
Eagle Secure Solutions president Robert Yeagley learned about local nonprofits’ need for computers from the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce and began an initiative to get refurbished computers to the agencies that need them.
County applies for $12.8M CARES relief block grant, set to award Rail Trail bid
Farhat Excavating is expected to begin work on the next phase of the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail by early August and finish by November.
County commissioners recognize WWII veteran James Fabiochi
World War II veteran and Purple Heart recipient James Fabiochi, 96, was honored recently with a proclamation issued by the Lebanon County Commissioners.
Lebanon City Council adopts new comprehensive zoning ordinance
The City of Lebanon adopted a new comprehensive zoning ordinance last night, among other business.
Rent and mortgage relief coming to Lebanon County, applications open soon
Nearly half a million dollars in rent and mortgage relief is headed to Lebanon County.
Commissioners discuss ‘remote tourism,’ caseworker appreciation, Gap training
County Commissioners approved a proclamation for Caseworker Appreciation Week and issued a grant for a “remote tourism” initiative to boost local foods.
Healthcare workers receive 1,900 free meals from county initiative
“Feeding the Frontliners” has received an additional $5K from the county to deliver meals from local restaurants to frontliner workers.
Lebanon City Council unveils funding plan for small businesses
The city is eligible to receive an extra $391K from HUD for small businesses suffering from pandemic-related losses.
County commissioners encourage public to wear masks to polls
Voters won’t be mandated to wear masks to polling places on June 2, but they will be encouraged to do so.
Outdoor meetings, working from home, cancelled events – county municipalities keep adapting to “new normal”
Myerstown, Annville, North Londonderry, and Palmyra officials share how they’re adapting in order to remain operable.
County Commissioners discuss re-opening Lebanon
During their latest Zoom conference, commissioners agreed to host a workshop with healthcare workers to gather feedback on opening businesses.
Diamond, Klunk, Ecker sponsor bill to open lawn and garden equipment, supply stores
House Bill 2429, if passed, would grant a targeted waiver allowing stores that sell lawn and garden equipment, such as tractors and tilers, to open for in-person operation, as long as they abide by CDC recommendations.