Fort Indiantown Gap is the base for a new kind of proving effort: The software variety.
Myerstown is set to welcome a new antiques destination this weekend with the first in a series of monthly pop-up antiques fairs at the newly-christened Building One12 Market.
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The Pennsylvania Game Commission says that the snow geese population at Middle Creek has dropped this week due to snowfall in the area.
A tractor-trailer closed I-81 North yesterday morning just past the I-78 interchange in Union Township.
All area school districts have issued a two hour delay for today, Wednesday February 13.
Pennsylvania State Police shared details about an incident involving multiple cars that closed 322 on Monday night into Tuesday morning.
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Forced entry reported in Myerstown over the weekend.
Pennsylvania State Police discovered a cache of drugs during a routine traffic stop on I-81 South yesterday.
The Lebanon County Commissioners met as the Election Board last week and voted to select a new election system in accordance with a state mandate.
At a conference earlier this month, Bell & Evans president Scott Sechler shared expansion plans for the Fredericksburg based chicken company.
Area school districts began with two hour delay for today, Tuesday, February 12, but the delays have begun giving way to closure.
A Powerball ticket worth $150,000 was sold at Musser’s Market in Lebanon, according to a release by the PA Lottery.
State Rep. Russ Diamond (R-102) announced today that his office will be moving locations within the Lebanon Valley Mall.