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Twenty six miles outside of Harrisburg Lebanon was first settles in 1720, it was once home to Bethlehem Steel a major steel mill. Every New Year's Eve a Lebanon bologna is suspended form a fire truck ladder and later donated to a rescue mission. A nineteenth century murder in Fort Indiantown Gap inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle when he was writing "The Red-Headed League". The local Wertz Candy Shop was recently featured on the Discovery Channels Dirty Jobs.

Population: 24461
Local Newspapers: The Lebanon Daily News
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Harrisburg Area Community College

Zip Codes associated with lebanon, pennsylvania: 17042 17046 17047
Towns/Cities near lebanon, pennsylvania : Sand Hill Avon Pleasant Hill Quentin Cornwall Scheafferstown

Lebanon News
Lebanon man sent to prison for drug sales in city

A 35-year-old Lebanon man was sentenced Wednesday to Lebanon County prison for 11 months to two years for selling drugs in the city last year. Lebanon man sent to prison for drug sales in city A 35-year-old Lebanon man was sentenced Wednesday to Lebanon County prison for 11 months to two years for selling drugs in the city last year.

Texas teens captured

Texas teens captured Two teenage fugitives wanted by law enforcement in Texas were apprehended by Lebanon police on Wednesday. Check out this story on ldnews.com: http://ldne.ws/2mZnkNS A list of the most wanted persons in Lebanon County.

Immigration: Telling right from wrong isn't easy,a

Pa. moral leaders: To form immigration opinion, talk to an immigrant The issue is complex, with competing issues of national security and duty to help those in need. Check out this story on ldnews.com: http://on-ydr.co/2mVOXXZ I write about issues that affect Pennsylvania, and in recent weeks, immigration has been at the top of my list.

Watch: Lebanon woman loses her life in two cara

Route 72 in Cornwall, south of the 72/322 split and north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike entrance was shut down for part of Thursday afternoon, March 23, following a two vehicle accident in front of the Speedway gas station on Route 72 in which a Leban Watch: Lebanon woman loses her life in two car accident Route 72 in Cornwall, south of the 72/322 split and north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike entrance was shut down for part of Thursday afternoon, March 23, following a two vehicle accident in front of the Speedway gas station on Route 72 in which a Leban Check out this story on ldnews.com: http://ldne.ws/2mVCovZ Route 72 in Cornwall, south of the 72/322 split and north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike entrance was shut down for part of Thursday afternoon, March 23, following a two vehicle accident in front of the Speedway gas station on Route 72 in which a Leban

Pa. growth hugs I-81, I-78 corridor

Pa. growth hugs I-81, I-78 corridor Most population grow has in southcentral and southeast Pennsylvania since 2010. Lebanon Co.

Cardinal William Keeler dies at 86; led oldest diocese in US

Cardinal William Keeler, who helped ease tensions between Catholics and Jews and headed the oldest Roman Catholic diocese in the U.S. for 18 years, died Thursday. He was 86. Archbishop William Lori announced in a statement that Keeler died at St. Martin's Home for the Aged in Catonsville.

Beautifying Lebanon's Beautex Playgound

Jose Kuilan remembers the glory days of Lebanon's Beautex Playground, where he spent a lot of playing with his friends as a kid. Beautifying Lebanon's Beautex Playgound Jose Kuilan remembers the glory days of Lebanon's Beautex Playground, where he spent a lot of playing with his friends as a kid.

2 men sentenced to life for Vinny's murder

Calling the case equally sad and troubling, a Lebanon County judge on Wednesday sentenced two men from York to spend the rest of their lives in state prison without the possibilityfor the shooting death of a bouncer at a Lebanon bar in September 2015 2 men sentenced to life for Vinny's murder Calling the case equally sad and troubling, a Lebanon County judge on Wednesday sentenced two men from York to spend the rest of their lives in state prison without the possibilityfor the shooting death of a bouncer at a Lebanon bar in September 2015 Check out this story on ldnews.com: http://ldne.ws/2mRDGrF A list of the most wanted persons in Lebanon County.

Mt. Lebanon AD recognized

Mt. Lebanon athletic director John Grogan revies paperwork regarding equipment and inventory with former assistant Russ Jones. Grogan recently was honored as 2017 Region IV Athletic Director of the Year by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Directors Association.

1 teen seriously injured in Jackson Twp. crash

Five teens were involved in a single vehicle crash that saw a 17-year-old girl taken to the hospital with a serious injury. 1 teen seriously injured in Jackson Twp.

Crowd in Mt. Lebanon hears about Pennsylvaniaa sa

Disney characters or not, critics of gerrymandering have an easy target when referencing Pennsylvania's 7th Congressional District, a Rorschach test of a configuration winding its way through suburban Philadelphia. An advocate for Fair Districts PA, a relatively new nonpartisan organization seeking to eliminate such mutations of partisan politics, drew an overcapacity crowd March 16 at Mt.

Man poses as Water Company employee, robs home in Lebanon County

LEBANON, LEBANON COUNTY, Pa - Lebanon City Police are searching for a man who they say stole cash from elderly residents after saying he was from the water company. According to Lebanon City Police, on Friday around 12:40 p.m., a man knocked on a door along the 100 block of South 4th Avenue in Lebanon claiming to be from the water company and that he needed to test the water.

Lebanon seeks disaster status a " in case

Lebanon seeks disaster status -- just in case It's not likely that disaster assistance will be needed, or that the area would qualify for such money. Check out this story on ldnews.com: http://ldne.ws/2mbx9Nm Lebanon County Emergency Management Agency Dir.

Changing preferences for MBA programs

Even as late as one generation ago, Filipino yuppies desiring a foreign MBA degree were fixated on such US business schools as Harvard, Chicago, Wharton , Stanford, or Columbia. Among the millennials today, I have observed a gradual shift to business schools in Europe or in our neighboring countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, or China.

Watch: Driver takes out fire hydrant

A vehicle struck a fire hydrant at East Walnut Street and South Second Avenue in Lebanon around 3:50 p.m.Wednesday. Water bubbled out from under the damaged hydrant for more than 30 minutes and flowed downhill toward Cumberland Street.

Man hits wife in head with rifle, brick

A 48-year-old South Lebanon Township man who pleaded guilty to threatening his wife with a rifle and a brick during a domestic dispute was sentenced Wednesday to state prison for five to 15 years. Man gets 5-15 years for hitting wife with rifle, brick A 48-year-old South Lebanon Township man who pleaded guilty to threatening his wife with a rifle and a brick during a domestic dispute was sentenced Wednesday to state prison for five to 15 years.

How does Lebanon clean up all that snow?

Lebanon City Mayor Sherry Capello called in a convoy of dump trucks and a large snow blower to remove snow from the city's streets. Watch: How does Lebanon clean up all that snow? Lebanon City Mayor Sherry Capello called in a convoy of dump trucks and a large snow blower to remove snow from the city's streets.

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