As part of a statewide effort requiring counties to select new voting systems by the end of next year, a voting system demonstration will be held Monday December 17 from 3:00pm to 8:00pm at the Expo Center & Fairgrounds (80 Rocherty Road).
Historic Schaefferstown is set for a busy weekend with two events designed to evoke the spirit of the Pennsylvania German culture indigenous to the region.
President George H. W. Bush is not known to have campaigned in Lebanon County, but with friends in Pennsylvania like Joe Paterno and Arnold Palmer, a whistle stop wasn’t even necessary. In the 1988 presidential election, Bush won Lebanon County by about 12,500 votes or a 34% margin. He would take the county again in…
The United Way of Lebanon County held its Mid-Campaign Community Meeting last night at the Lebanon Country Club, marking about 50% progress towards its 2018-2019 campaign.
Many Lebanon County residents would lose their jobs if Three Mile Island is shut down, and the state’s power supply would go down by 3-4%.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
Giant Food Stores confirmed today that Lebanon County residents can expect to see wine and beer gardens at local locations sometime next summer.
Lebanon’s first medical marijuana dispensary is expected to open in the coming weeks (or months) in the old Mann Building at 815 Cumberland Street. Here’s a list of qualifying conditions as well as doctors in Lebanon County who are approved to prescribe medical marijuana.
The future of the Quentin Riding Club hangs in limbo as the organization awaits final offers from a handful of parties interested in purchasing and/or operating the club’s 46-acre historic equestrian site, which has effectively shut down.
Starting July 1 next year, brewpubs across Pennsylvania will be made to pay a 6% sales tax on all receipts of products they manufacture.
City homes are a tough sell for many reasons, experts said – from the city’s reputation to property taxes and parking.
Pennsylvania’s state legislators will see 1.6% more in their January paychecks, the impact of this year’s cost-of-living increase dictated for the state government by 1995 legislation. The increase goes into effect December 1, and Lebanon County lawmakers are divided on their response.
Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Secretary John Wetzel explains why he thinks now is the time for prison reform. Wetzel is a graduate of ELCO and a former corrections officer at the Lebanon County Correctional Facility.
Veterinarians believe Allie spent at least several nights in the freezing woods by herself with a severe skin disease and an almost foot-long colon prolapse. These conditions led to the dog being put to death and police trying to find who abandoned her.
A communications scholar examines how a British evangelical church became an American icon.