The Lebanon County District Attorney’s office will apply for its share of a $50 million state grant designed to stem the tide of gun violence across the commonwealth.
Lebanon County officials have agreed to accept over $466,000 in funding as part of a $45 million election grant program that was approved with the state budget in July.
Lebanon County Commissioners approved Thursday a 10-year LERTA tax abatement for a planned 92-unit luxury apartment building in Palmyra.
Lebanon County District Attorney Pier Hess Graf ruled Monday that an officer-involved shooting that killed a 40-year-old Jonestown man last November was justified.
A lack of available facilities for community-based placement of juvenile offenders who require post release supervision is a problem plaguing Pennsylvania.
A $700,000 HOME grant received by the Lebanon County Redevelopment Authority will allow the agency to renovate the first floor of its Cleona property into six affordable housing units for senior citizens.
Two days before the county fair was about to launch its 2022 edition, the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center and Fairgrounds and Lebanon Area Fair both received American Rescue Plan Act funding totaling $1.6 million.
Once down by nearly 150 positions from its approximate workforce of 700, county employment rolls have turned the tide with over 600 individuals now employed by the county.
Registrations for concealed carry permits in Lebanon County are about to enter the digital age.
A three-year battle over a proposed windmill project near Fort Indiantown Gap rages on.
There’s only about $2.5 million of the $27 million received by the county through the federally funded American Rescue Plan Act that’s not yet been earmarked.
Lebanon County plans to purchase 30 body-worn cameras for its adult and juvenile probation officers, pending approval of a federal grant application to be filed in the coming weeks.
The husband of Lebanon County District Attorney Pier Hess Graf is a former supervisor of a state trooper her office is currently investigating for potential criminal charges surrounding a fatal shooting last fall, according to a recent news report from The New York Times.
Lebanon County is getting a transitional residence to provide housing for up to three former offenders who have been released from prison but have no place to live.
Unlike Lancaster County and other areas of the state plagued with voting issues, the Primary Election in Lebanon County ran like a well-oiled machine.