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It seemed to hit the Capitol like a brick: a sudden groundswell of criticism over a move by Gov.
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The event, called a sprint triathlon, started with a 500-yard swim in the lake, followed by a 16-mile bike ride in Lebanon and Lancaster counties and a 5K run on the nearby Lebanon Valley Rail Trail.
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Barbara Neil works at the computer in her office at the Lebanon Community Library.
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Pennsylvania State Police confirmed a new sighting of the car belonging to Matthew Royer, 21, a Skippack Township man who went missing on his way home from a Rhode Island Thursday night, according to abclocal.com . Police say Royer's car was seen at 1 p.m. on Friday at Route 501 and Route 22 in Lebanon County.
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Dawn Resanovich is seeking her fourth four-year term as Lebanon County's register of wills and clerk of orphans court.
Fort Indiantown Gap National Ceremony hosted 28 buglers playing Taps at a special performance in honor of service men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Midstaters gave blood and saved lives in honor of the victims killed or injured in last month's Boston Marathon bombings.
The first carnival of the season at the Schaefferstown Fire Company Carnival Grounds.
Superior Court candidate Vic Stabile, right, speaks with Lebanon County Commissioner Bill Ames Thursday at the Lebanon County Republican Committee's Pre-Election Day Rally at the Lincoln Republican Club in Lebanon.
Ms. Pennsylvania Senior America 2012 Linda Bullock of Fleetwood, left, poses with state pageant director Doris Ulrich of Lebanon County.
South Londonderry Township police investigate a crash in the 1400 block of Mount Wilson Road that claimed the life of Brandon Cline Jr., 31, of 1274 Mount Wilson Road.
Lingle Avenue Elementary School students, from left, Tea Ceresini, Allie Knudsen, Scout Bucks and Kaia Garcia inspect a black bear skin during the Lebanon County Elementary Envirothon on Friday at Coleman Memorial Park in Lebanon.
Pennsylvania Secretary of Education Ronald J. Tomalis will be the featured speaker at a public affairs luncheon on May 30 hosted by the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce at Hometown Restaurant, 1 North Londonderry Square, North Londonderry Township.
The parents of an autistic 11-year-old Lebanon County boy have filed suit in U.S. Middle District Court in Harrisburg, claiming they have not been allowed to build a fence around part of their yard to protect the child.
Two men waived their preliminary hearings on aggravated assault charges Thursday.
A 28-year-old Annville Township man has been charged with setting fire to a van in earlier this month.