Although daily new cases have gone up slightly, this in itself should not be a cause for alarm, as the uptick is driven primarily by increased testing.
As far as the Salvation Army is concerned, COVID-19 is both an unprecedented challenge and nothing new.
With summer heat coming quickly, we asked last week for submissions from local greenthumbs to show us the most-loved Lebanon County home gardens.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
Here are the latest real estate transfers recorded in Lebanon County.
Butchers across the state, including Bur-Pak Family Foods, a butcher shop in Myerstown, Pennsylvania, are busier than expected right now, with Bur-Pak owner Nelson Burkholder saying he has a full schedule into September when he’s used to scheduling orders a week in advance.
Lifeway Church, based out of the Lebanon Valley Mall, is resuming in-person services on Sunday, May 31. Pastor Jimmy Nimon said they are not requiring people to wear masks and will not be asking people to keep space between each other during the service.
In the early 2000s, Jim Keyton stumbled across something in a Hershey Chocolate Company dumpster that didn’t belong there.
It’s an annual recognition that almost didn’t happen in time for Memorial Day this year.
Gov. Tom Wolf announced in a press conference Friday afternoon, May 22, that Lebanon County will move to ‘yellow’ on May 29.
Police are investigating two instances of gun shots fired this week in the City of Lebanon.
Under Gov. Tom Wolf’s reopening plan, 49 of 67 counties are already in the “yellow” phase, or the first phase of reopening.
Lebanon County is now tracking at 892 cases of the novel coronavirus, according to current Pennsylvania Department of Health data, with 3,926 negative tests.
Pennsylvania is including in its official count not only viral tests that reveal who currently has COVID-19, but also antibody tests that show whether a person was previously infected.
Gov. Tom Wolf announced May 13 that Pennsylvania will receive a one-time grant of federal emergency funds totaling $523.8 million to help schools cope with costs associated with COVID-19.