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A car flipped onto its side on I-81 Southbound Saturday afternoon, in Grantville, Lebanon County near the Grantville exit.
Shilesky Montalvo, a student at Lebanon High School, is escorted by Ivan Pereira as she models a dress during a fashion show Saturday at the Lebanon Valley Mall.
Dress for Success of South Central Pennsylvania will hold its eighth annual Lebanon leadership breakfast on Wednesday, March 26, from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. at The Mansion at 5th in Lebanon.
Annville's historic Allen Theatre could end up on the auction block next month, but theater's owner said there will be no sale.
FONTANA >> The South Annville supervisors on Wednesday night agreed to follow up on a township resident's concerns regarding a business actively operating in a residential zone without an appropriate variance.
Drivers, including one in a filled pickup truck, wait in a line for their turn to unload unwanted tires at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center in this photo taken in April 2012.
The winnowing of the Democratic field in the race for Pennsylvania governor continues with today's announcement by John Hanger that he's dropping out of the race.
Randy Hoffman never remembers seeing his father, Lanny, happier then when he worked as a deputy sheriff for Lebanon County.
Two people who accused Springettsbury Township police officers of using excessive force during their arrests are set to receive $250,000 each in a settlement offer, according to their defense attorney.
An Annville-Cleona High School student was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon after making threats against the school, according to the school district's website.
The Lebanon County Domestic Relations office has released a list of people it is seeking for past-due child support.
A North Lebanon Township man was sentenced Wednesday to nine months to years in Lebanon County prison for stealing jewelry and other items from a North Lebanon home in July.
The National Weather Service in State College has issued a wind advisory for Lebanon and surrounding counties beginning 5 p.m. Wednesday night and continuing until noon Thursday.
South Annville Township police Chief Ben Sutcliffe said a 14-year-old eighth-grade boy was arrested and charged with making terroristic threats after he was overheard saying he was going to shoot people at the school.
That's because Tuesday marked the end of a three-week period when Republicans and Democrats running for office had to collect signatures on nominating petitions in order to appear on the primary ballot May 20. This year, 165 seats on both the Lebanon County Democratic and Republican committees are in play.