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8 hrs ago | The Lebanon Daily News
North Lebanon Township Supervisor Ken Artz marked the end of a 24-year stint as a supervisor at the board's meeting this week.
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12 hrs ago | The Lebanon Daily News
The Rev. Herb Snyder, at podium, holds up a letter of support for the Rev. Frank Schaefer, center right, a United Methodist clergyman from Lebanon County convicted of breaking church law for officiating at his son's same-sex wedding, during a news conference Monday in Philadelphia.
19 hrs ago | The Lebanon Daily News
Myerstown >> The Jackson supervisors on Monday night learned there are about 15 properties in the township that have a lien against them for unpaid sewer bills.
23 hrs ago | PennLive.com
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Palmyra >> The North Londonderry police have received $171,380 earmarked for drug enforcement, the department's share of forfeiture money after the seizure and sale of the Bad Boys Toys in the township.
Pennsylvania's Agricultural Land Preservation Board has announced it has safeguarded 4,181 additional acres on 41 farms in 21 counties -- including Lebanon -- through the state's nationally renowned farmland preservation program.
The Rev. Frank Schaefer announced Monday that he cannot promise to uphold all of the Methodist Book of Discipline but that he will not voluntarily turn over his credentials as a church jury instructed him to do last month.
A central Pennsylvania woman who was nine months pregnant has been killed in a car crash.
Lebanon County Coroner Dr. Jeffrey Yocum has confirmed that a Sunday afternoon crash at Steckbeck Street and Jonestown Road in Lebanon was a fatal.
A tractor-trailer accident closed part of I-81 for about an hour early Sunday morning in Union Township, state police at Lickdale said.
Michael J. Koval of Palmyra was promoted to sergeant. Koval, a state trooper since 1993, will remain with the Bureau of Training and Education.
By Les Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org lesstewart2@ on Twitter Even before the first snow flake fell Saturday, PennDOT road crews in Lebanon County were prepared for what they would face the rest of the day.
Lebanon County >> Boom mowing on I-81 between mile markers 814 and 964, Monday and Tuesday; and boom mowing on I-81 between mile markers 815 and 965, Wednesday and Thursday.
Among the Nobel laureates and dignitaries in attendance at this year's Nobel prize ceremonies in Sweden, was a Palmyra, Lebanon County teen who never expected to be there.
Kelsey Sherman of Bloomsburg, who is a physical threapy major at Lebanon Valley College, cleans off her car on Marshall Street in Annville Tuesday morning.