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Despite fierce opposition from a neighboring landowner, Rodney and Karen Raugh were granted a special exception from the township zoning hearing board after a two-hour hearing Thursday evening that will enable the couple to board up to eight horses on their 10-acre property located in the 700 block of Gravel Hill Road in North Londonderry Township.
A natural gas pipeline being installed underground in northern parts of Lebanon County has some residents concerned that work has begun on a controversial new pipeline project.
Two Lebanon County residents were injured on Interstate 78 in Northampton County Friday morning when another driver hit their car, causing it to spin out of control.
The Visiting Nurse Association Foundation of Lebanon County awarded Developmental & Disability Services of Lebanon Valley a grant of $1,395 for the purchase of recreational equipment.
A third man has been arrested in connection to an Aug. 3 shooting that claimed the life of 33-year-old Juan Rodriguez, police said.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture oversees restaurant inspections in the state.
Lebanon and North Cornwall Township police are investigating bomb threats made to four stores during a brief time frame Wednesday night.
Charges are pending against a Lebanon man who drove through a work zone Thursday morning along Butler Road, north of Philhaven in West Cornwall Township, where utility crews were working to replace four poles downed in Tuesday evening's wind storm.
Gerald A. Collins of Lebanon points out the plot of J.S. Bashore , proprietor of J.S. Bashore men's clothing store, civic leader and bank director, at the Mt.
Arthur Funk and Sons Inc. Construction Services was awarded the contract for the construction of a new 96-bed skilled nursing center on the Buckingham Campus of Cornwall Manor Retirement Community.
This photo was taken after midnight Thursday when emergency crews were finishing up at the scene of a house fire caused by a car crash on Rte.
Police on are investigating a series of reported bomb threats at different pharmacies in Lebanon County, which may be tied to other threats nationwide.
FONTANA >> It may have been, as one supervisor put it, "reluctant," but the South Annville Township Board of Supervisors unanimously decided Wednesday night to sign a settlement agreement with Roy and Janet Smith and Servant's Oasis, a nonprofit group operated by the Smiths.
Recently, there has been a lot of buzz concerning the issue of whether to legalize medical marijuana.
Service was expected to be restored to many of them by midnight Wednesday, said Karen Baxter, Med-Ed spokeswoman.
Governor Tom Corbett was in Bethel Township today where he joined state and local officials for a groundbreaking ceremony for Bell & Evans' new processing and packing plant in Fredericksburg.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 04:03 pm
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