Several public transit agencies announced this week that mask requirements will remain in effect for riders through Sept. 13. The decision, according to a joint statement from the agencies, adheres to a recent federal mandate.
The Lebanon County Coalition to End Homelessness is currently exploring options to expand affordable housing locally. They are studying an option known as Home Sharing Program.
Katie Trainer – muralist, author, and local art legend – talks about her work, her life after a car accident and COVID-19, and much more.
Capacity at Lebanon County’s mass vaccination site is expanding as WellSpan capacity comes online.
Lebanon Transit is making sure that transportation isn’t an obstacle by offering free bus rides to anyone with a COVID-19 vaccination appointment at any vaccination site.
Essential baby care items are available for safe, contactless pickup at any of Align’s four locations throughout Lancaster and Lebanon counties.
Recently-released LCCF inmate Matt Keller claims the protocol to protect the prisoners from COVID-19 is not what it should be.
With dine-in options unavailable, people across Lebanon County are supporting local restaurants by hosting organized virtual takeout parties.
While no cases have been reported in Lebanon County, the Lebanon County Department of Emergency Services has started a webpage designed to inform the public of any local impact of the coronavirus pandemic.