Twenty or so soldiers from the Pennsylvania National Guard were honored Feb. 7 at a welcome home ceremony at the Lebanon Readiness Center.
This week’s pet is Lucky, owned by Jacqueline and Juan Maldonado.
While this week is busy with another storm forecast for Thursday, it appears that the coming weeks and months will continue a weather pattern that’s been present since the fall for Lebanon County — drier-than-normal conditions.
For now, water levels for the City of Lebanon Authority, which provides water to 20,000 customers in central Lebanon County, are at normal levels, according to Jon Beers, Executive Director, City of Lebanon Authority.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s idea relies on a hefty tax increase on top third of earners, which will be a nearly impossible sell to the legislature and many in the public.
Did you know that Lebanon produced a silent film era star who appeared in over 100 films? Here’s the story of Betty Harte.
The location’s model seems perfect for the COVID era, offering only drive-through and walk-up service, but the lack of dine-in service was unrelated to the current pandemic.
Amaury Abreu explains his view on why Lebanon needs a Hispanic Business Association.
Would you risk your safety or your relationships to recover long-lost precious and sentimental family heirlooms? The characters in local author David Bohr’s new novel would say, “Yes.”
Lawmakers will likely get half as much time to draw the state’s new legislative and congressional maps, worrying advocates who have long fought for a more open process.
A review of thousands of emails obtained by Spotlight PA reveals the program was doomed to fail from the start, depriving desperate tenants of relief as they lived in fear of losing their homes.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
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This week’s pet is Laiken, owned by Mike and Heather Carnevale of Lebanon.