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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
Road rage incident leads to crash, arrest

Road rage incident leads to crash, arrest Man threw metalic object at window of other vehicle Check out this story on ldnews.com: https://ldne.ws/2GxiVLK Tom Bay has received considerable support from the cycling community as he recovers from injuries that almost killed him after being struck by a vehicle in July, 2017. A road rage incident in Union Township led to a driver throw a metallic object at the side rear window of another car on Friday, state police at Jonestown report.

Accident hurts 2, forces closure of Route 72

Accident hurts 2, closes Route 72 for more than 12 hours Road reopened to traffic at 9:40 a.m. Friday Check out this story on ldnews.com: https://ldne.ws/2rTz4WB Tom Bay has received considerable support from the cycling community as he recovers from injuries that almost killed him after being struck by a vehicle in July, 2017. A pair of accidents Thursday night sent two people to the hospital and forced the closure of Route 72 near the border of Lebanon and Lancaster counties for more than 12 hours.

Man points gun at assault victim, police say

Lebanon man points loaded gun at assault victim, police say Rivera-Calderon surrendered to police without incident Check out this story on ldnews.com: https://ldne.ws/2rQzuOk Tom Bay has received considerable support from the cycling community as he recovers from injuries that almost killed him after being struck by a vehicle in July, 2017. A 21-year-old Lebanon resident faces several charges after a domestic violence incident in which he allegedly pointed a loaded handgun at the victim.

Lebanon County real estate transactions

Lebanon County real estate transactions The most recent deeds filings in Lebanon County Check out this story on ldnews.com: https://ldne.ws/2rPT2lR Secretary, U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, to Dean R. and Cindy L. Martin, Justin A. Martin, 10 S. 11th St., $18,359. Lebanon Valley Rental Properties to Cody R. Wisner and Lebanon Valley Rental Properties, property on Walnut Street, $67,579.84.

Three motorcyclists injured in crash on I-78

Three motorcyclists were injured after they became involved in a crash with a jackknifed tractor-trailer on Interstate 78 Wednesday morning. Three motorcyclists injured after crash involving jackknifed tractor-trailer on I-78 Three motorcyclists were injured after they became involved in a crash with a jackknifed tractor-trailer on Interstate 78 Wednesday morning.

Everything You Need to Glamp Like a Pro

The topic of the great outdoors elicits some pretty strong feelings. For the most part, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone opposed to a grand stretch of forest and fresh country air .

Lightning strike cause of fire in W. Cornwall

A lightning strike was the cause of a fire that did more than $100,000 in damage to a West Cornwall home Tuesday afternoon. Lightning strike starts fire in W. Cornwall home, does more than $100,000 in damage A lightning strike was the cause of a fire that did more than $100,000 in damage to a West Cornwall home Tuesday afternoon.

Meuser, Wolff claim primary victories in 9tha

Meuser, Wolff to face off in 9th Congressional District No incumbents in newly drawn congressional district Check out this story on ldnews.com: https://ldne.ws/2rLH5gg Signs line the walkway in front of the Lebanon Municipal Building at 400 S. 8th St., one of several polling places in Lebanon. Republican Dan Meuser and Democrat Denny Wolff will be candidates for the new 9th Congressional District seat, following Tuesday's primary elections.

City police issue warrant for N.J. man's arrest

A warrant was issued for the arrest of a New Jersey man accused of striking and injuring a woman in Lebanon. Warrant issued for N.J. man accused of striking, injuring a woman in Lebanon A warrant was issued for the arrest of a New Jersey man accused of striking and injuring a woman in Lebanon.

School requires smiling in between classes, teen says - or students get sent to office

A teen in Pennsylvania's Northern Lebanon School District claims students must smile between classes or else. Meanwhile, she says, bullying thrives.

SHIM celebrates 50 years of - neighbors helping neighbors'

From left, Tulasha Bhattarai,Lah Eh and Kanchan Tiwari enjoy dressing in outfits from their native countries for SHIM's Celebrate the South Hills event, held May 10 at the Hilton Garden Inn at Southpointe in Cecil Township. Madi Senneway, left, and Eva Schmidt get ready to tell the audience about their upcoming lemonade stands to raise money for SHIM.

Three charged after stolen vehicle crashes

Three Lebanon residents charged after crashing stolen vehicle State police have charged three Lebanon residents involved in the crash of a stolen vehicle in North Lebanon Township. Check out this story on ldnews.com: https://ldne.ws/2rCzd1A An unattended grilled cheese sandwich cooking on a stove top caught fire and caused a blaze that damaged three homes in the 200 block of Lehman Street on Thursday afternoon.

Man charged with vehicle theft in N. Cornwall

Man charged for stealing vehicle in North Cornwall PlayStation 4, games a sweatshirt also taken, police say Check out this story on ldnews.com: https://ldne.ws/2I85E2a The serious burns obtained by a 2-year-old child in Myerstown were caused by someone intentionally holding the child's arms under a hot liquid, a medical expert told state police. North Cornwall Township Police charged Cory James Stetter, 22, no known address, in the theft of a motor vehicle on Thursday on Heritage Lane in Lebanon.

Sunoco and Subway on Route 343 to open May 14

A Sunoco gas station, convenience store and Subway sandwich shop are set to open on Route 343 in Lebanon on Monday, May 14. New Sunoco and Subway on Route 343 to open May 14 A Sunoco gas station, convenience store and Subway sandwich shop are set to open on Route 343 in Lebanon on Monday, May 14. Check out this story on ldnews.com: https://ldne.ws/2I8arR4 The new Sunoco gas station and convenience store and Subway sandwich shop on Route 343 in Lebanon are set to open Monday, May 14. A Sunoco gas station, convenience store and Subway sandwich shop are set to open on Route 343 in Lebanon on Monday, May 14. "It was a total loss," said Paul Soin, owner of the Lebanon Sunoco at 1610 N. 7th St. "Burnt the whole building to the ground.

Two-alarm fire damages three Lehman St. homes

One burned, three homes severely damaged in Lehman Street fire Blaze did significant damage Check out this story on ldnews.com: https://ldne.ws/2rF2tnB A two-alarm fire was reported at 217 Lehman St. in Lebanon on Thursday at about 1:45 p.m. An unattended grilled cheese sandwich cooking on a stove top caught fire and caused a blaze that damaged three homes in the 200 block of Lehman Street on Thursday afternoon, said Lebanon Fire Commissioner Duane Trautman. The unidentified man cooking the grilled cheese sandwich at 217 Lehman St. was "burned pretty good" but refused medical treatment, Trautman said.

Woman dropped bag with dog feces on road, cops say

Woman dropped bag with dog feces on road from moving vehicle, police say Luanne R. Juchem was cited for scattering rubbish, police said. Check out this story on ldnews.com: https://ldne.ws/2rzIGpt The serious burns obtained by a 2-year-old child in Myerstown were caused by someone intentionally holding the child's arms under a hot liquid, a medical expert told state police.

Van explosion in Ono kills 1 person

Van explosion at trucking company kills 1, injures 1 Acetylene tank exploded, officials say Check out this story on ldnews.com: https://ldne.ws/2rwOlwp The serious burns obtained by a 2-year-old child in Myerstown were caused by someone intentionally holding the child's arms under a hot liquid, a medical expert told state police. A 65-year-old Lebanon man died Wednesday morning when a van exploded at a trucking company in Ono, state police at Jonestown report.

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