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Ebenezer Elementary School Principal Dean Bozman and students, from left, Julia Stager, Aiden Meade, Lauren Witmeyer, and Austin Beard get ready to board a limousine that will take them to Infinito's on Friday for lunch as a reward for the school reaching its Race for Education fundraising goal of $25,000.
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20 hrs ago | The Lebanon Daily News
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A 64-year-old Lebanon man has been charged with a real estate investment scheme that cheated investors out of more than $1 million, the U.S. Attorney's office in Harrisburg announced Friday.
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"I want to be a teacher," she explained, "but sometimes I feel like I'm never going to get there."
PlanetFitness plans to open in October in the former Ames department store at the Lebanon Valley Mall.
South Lebanon crash: Lydia Solomon, 70, of Wedgewood Drive, Lebanon, attempted to pull into a handicapped parking space in the parking lot at Lebanon Cardiology Associates, 775 Norman Drive, South Lebanon Township, when the vehicle struck the building at 8:02 a.m. Thursday, police said.
Coleman Memorial Park will be transformed into a German-style Christkindl market, or Christmas market, on Saturday with more than two dozen organizations selling crafts and tasty treats from festively decorated booths.
The Free Noon Meals program, which strives to make a nourishing meal available daily to anyone in Lebanon who needs one, is coordinated by Lebanon County Christian Ministries.
Zach Casey plays guitar Wednesday during the Akoustikos Guitar Orchestra's performance at the Lebanon VA Medical Center in South Lebanon Township.
A former Lebanon man who is serving 20 to 40 years in state prison for attempted homicide pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges related to the firing of a gun at a Union Township hotel last year.
West Lebanon >> The township commissioners voted this week to adopt an $823,050 spending plan for 2014 funded in part by a 12.2 percent increase in the property-tax rate.
Lebanese mourners carry the coffin Hassan al-Laqis, a senior commander for the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah who was gunned down outside his home, during his funeral procession, at his hometown in Baalbek city, east Lebanon, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013.
The Ebenezer Falcons midget football team and cheerleaders continue their goal of raising and donating funds to local families affected by cancer, as well as to the cancer care department at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lebanon.