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About: Lebanon, Pennsylvania

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: N/A
Local Colleges: Harrisburg Area Community College

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

  • Defendant who may have received huge break from Lebanon judge didn't show up to court
    Thursday, October 30, 2014 5:38:08 PM

    Judge Bradford Charles said he agonized over one of the sentencings on his court schedule Wednesday and was prepared to give the defendant a huge break. Problem was, the defendant, Anthony Kushmanick IV, didn't appear for sentencing on two counts of sexual abuse of children.

  • UN says Syria's neighbors at 'breaking point'
    Thursday, October 30, 2014 6:15:35 AM

    The director of the United Nations' humanitarian operations is warning that some of Syria's neighbors are at their "breaking point," caught between a sense of duty to keep their borders open to refugees and a responsibility to their own citizens. John Ging said Wednesday that Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan likely will have the refugees "for many years to come."

  • South Lebanon author pens book about Frank Dixon
    Thursday, October 30, 2014 2:33:45 AM

    Author A.G. Brewer, left, talks with businessman Frank Dixon and Lebanon Mayor Sherry Capello during the launch of Brewer's book on Dixon's life Wednesday in the county courthouse. Author A.G. Brewer, left, poses with businessman Frank Dixon in front of the eagle statue in the lobby of the county courthouse during the launch of Brewer's book on Dixon's life Wednesday.

  • Police, emergency news: City man faces possession charges
    Thursday, October 30, 2014 2:33:44 AM

    POSSESSION OF HEROIN >> Edward M. Bonilla, 37, of Lebanon was charged after a traffic stop on West Penn Avenue at South Washington Street at 8:51 p.m. Tuesday. State police at Lickdale said officers stopped Bonilla after he went through a red light at the intersection.

  • Lebanon man sentenced for stabbing man with machete at bar
    Wednesday, October 29, 2014 6:36:27 PM

    Despite what video surveillance showed at his trial, a Lebanon man who was convicted of aggravated assault for slicing another man with a machete at a Lebanon bar last winter continued to say during his sentencing Wednesday that he acted in self-defense. "I didn't know what to do," said Michael Williams, 52, of 440 Lehman St. "I defended myself.

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