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Elizabeth Judd and David Arnold take questions at a recent League of Women Voters candidate forum.
Firefighters investigate a crash between a car and a sport utility vehicle, in the background, at Ninth and Willow streets in Lebanon at 8:36 a.m. Thursday.
University of Rhode Island Student Matthew Royer , who vanished on his way home from college en route to his Skippack home Thursday, has not been located, according to the Pennsylvania State Police.
Of the six public school districts in Lebanon County, only two - Annville-Cleona and Northern Lebanon - featured actual contests during Tuesday's primary.
You don't have to dig deep to find fun at the library this summer. "Dig Into Reading" is this summer's reading theme for the Library System of Lebanon County.
Bruce Klingler, left, winner of the Republican primary for county sheriff, shakes hands with Lebanon County District Attorney David Arnold at GOP headquarters on Tuesday night.
Members of Lebanon County Career and Technology Center's Joint Operating Committee on Tuesday night learned about an opportunity to save up to $550,000. Since January, PFM Group has been watching the bond market for the optimum time to refinance the school's 2008 bonds, valued at $8,450,000, according to PFM representative Scott Shearer.
The Pennsylvania State Police are still searching for a 21-year-old University of Rhode Island student who went missing last week.
Pennsylvania state police suggested Monday that 21-year-old Matthew R. Royer, missing since leaving Rhode Island on Thursday, might have decided on his own to detour from returning to his Montgomery County home.
The Partridge Street Redevelopment Project area, in the shadows of the Norfolk Southern Railroad overpasses on Ninth and 10th streets, is one of six new Keystone Opportunity Zones in Lebanon.
Although the counting of ballots is done after the polls close at 8 p.m., the write-in ballots are not tabulated until the official counting is done on Friday.
The six public and four private high schools in Lebanon County have scheduled their graduation ceremonies, beginning with Lebanon Catholic School on Friday and concluding with Lebanon Christian Academy and New Covenant Christian School on June 8. Lebanon Catholic School's commencement will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday at the school's auditorium.