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The Lebanon school board on Monday night approved a $61.3 million budget for the 2013-14 school year that calls for a 4 percent property-tax increase.
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The Katie Eckert Memorial Committee has announced two opportunities are available to members of the Northern Lebanon FFA, any county 4-H dairy or goat club or dairy royalty.
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Emergency workers tend to Eric Rittle, 53, Lebanon, after a crash shortly before 11 a.m. Monday at Cornwall Road and Norman Drive in North Cornwall Township.
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Lebanon Link, a resource for the senior community and individuals 18 to 59 with disabilities, has slated an Intercultural Relationship Building Expo for Tuesday, June 18, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at The Salvation Army, 1031 Guilford St., Lebanon.
AUTOMATIC ALARM: City fire crews responded to Car Wash Casino, 46 S. Eighth St., at 1:56 a.m. Saturday.
On Friday morning around 245, suspects stole a van from Cumberland Truck Equipment in Middlesex Township.
On the eve of its Annual Meeting, the American Medical Association has announced that Penn State College of Medicine has been selected as one of 11 medical schools to receive funding as part of its $11 million Accelerating Change in Medical Education initiative aimed at transforming the way future physicians are trained.
We could be just a few days away from getting a glimpse of what the new farm bill looks like.
Scott Jocken, left, the youngest member of the Lebanon County public defender staff, and Chief Public Defender Brian Deiderick do research in the municipal building s law library.
A car lies on its side following a three-vehicle accident at 12:29 p.m. Friday on Route 322 at Louser Road in South Annville Township.
Vietnam War veteran Albert Earhart, 64, of Lebanon, pays tribute to the fallen veterans at the Vietnam memorial in Lebanon s Fisher Veterans Park Friday evening during a Flag Day ceremony sponsored by the Elks Lodge No.
Adam Szjda, left, and Anthony Davis of Lebanon play pingpong Friday at the grand opening of the Freer Family Youth Center of the Lebanon Valley Family YMCA at 201 N. Seventh St., Lebanon.
Three-year-olds Carson Brossman, front, and Owen Bossler, both of Lebanon, enjoy the bubble machine Friday at the South Sixth Street Playground, where Lebanon County Christian Ministries held a party to kick off its summer food program.
Joshua James Stump, 33, allegedly had sexual contact with a 15-year-old girl and a 10-year-old girl, according to a police news release.
Melody Lehman, right, owner and director of Griswold Home Care, holds an oversized scissors as she and office manager Angela Wolfe, left, prepare to cut the ribbon officially opening the business at 200 Schneider Drive in Lebanon on Friday.