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3 hrs ago | ABC 27
A massive flier campaign took place soon after the investigation began. Search parties took place and more than $40,000 was in reward money was raised to try to generate a lead in the case.
10 hrs ago | The Lebanon Daily News
Police said they received a report that an employee of the South China Buffet was dumping used frying oil and grease into a storm drain to the rear of the restaurant at 6:36 p.m. Saturday.
14 hrs ago | The Lebanon Daily News
It's a lot of money - $25.5 million - but the proceeds from Lebanon County's sale of the Cedar Haven nursing home aren't being seen as a windfall.
A car drives through the flooded intersection at 8th and Orange Streets in the City of Lebanon on Sunday, July 27, 2014 after powerful storms rolled through the area.
Steve Keefer of Cleona Fire Co. puts on his turnout coat during the Quick Dress event, part of the Firefighters' Competition Sunday at the Lebanon Area Fair.
Aleah Copenhaver, 8, cleans her calf before its showing at the Lebanon Area Fair on Sunday.
Two years ago tomorrow, Kortne Stouffer disappeared from her Palmyra apartment in the early morning hours.
A Bethel Township, Lebanon County home was ransacked and numerous items were taken in a burglary overnight July 22, state police at Jonestown said.
Alexander Shepler, concert organizer, looks over posters for the upcoming Revelation Music Festival at Kochenderfer's United Methodist Church.
The house of Nicholas Haussegger on the corner of Cumberland and Market streets, Lebanon, Pa.
A crash that was slowing traffic on northbound Interstate 81 in Lebanon County was cleared as of just after 6 p.m., according to the department of transportation.
A man who pleaded guilty to being part of a Lebanon County theft ring can't withdraw his plea now that he is facing deportation, a state court ruled Friday.
In response to escalating military activity in Ukraine, the Congressional Ukrainian Caucus led by Rep. Jim Gerlach has introduced legislation that would authorize the U.S. to provide military aid and security assistance to the embattled country as it continues its struggle with Russian-supported separatists.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture oversees restaurant inspections in the state.
John Wolfe III, 53, Lebanon, suffered critical injuries on July 10 while operating a machine containing highly pressurized air at Brentwood Industries, 2101 Lehman St., West Lebanon Township.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 03:46 pm
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