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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.

  • Free flu shot clinic offered on Dec. 22 by Lebanon Family Health Services
    Wednesday, December 17, 2014 6:31:36 PM

    In the United States, flu activity most commonly peaks in January or February, according to a news release from Lebanon Valley Health Services. While risk of hospitalization from the flu is highest among individuals over the age of 65, last year's data suggests that the flu is a danger to all age groups.

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    Wednesday, December 17, 2014 11:05:04 AM

    Sanaa, Yemen- Two car bombs killed at least 31 people, including 20 children, in central YemenA s Radaa city when suspected al Qaeda fighters targeted Houthi militants Tuesday, senior security officials and locals told CNN. One car bomb struck a Houthi gathering point, but the other did not make it to the target and instead blew up next to a bus that was carrying children home from school, officials said.

  • Police blotter a " Lackwanna County man charged after fleeing police in Palmyra
    Wednesday, December 17, 2014 6:50:23 AM

    A Lackawanna County man has been arrested on multiple charges after he fled from police following a traffic stop in Palmyra in September. Police said officers stopped Scott Stettler, 33, of 41 Mountain Laurel Village, Moscow, in the 700 block of East Main Street for a traffic violation at 4:08 a.m. Sept.

  • Santa delivers tricycles to 2 Lebanon residents with Down syndrome
    Wednesday, December 17, 2014 2:48:08 AM

    Trista Bordner is all smiles when Santa Claus talks to her about her new tricycleTuesday at Deluxx Bicycles in Lebanon. Their Christmas generosity, along with others, was aimed at buying a tricycle for 11-year-old Trista Bordner of Lebanon, said Victoria Kriner-Eisenhour of Myerstown, who headed the effort.

  • Lebanon Salvation Army Red Kettles only half full
    Tuesday, December 16, 2014 11:43:48 PM

    Lebanon Salvation Army Captain Ernesto Portillo and 36-year-veteran bell ringer Barbara Gensler watch as three-year-old DaSean Devitz and his 11-year-old brother Demitriuz Perez of Lebanon drop donations into the red kettle Gensler mans in front of the KMart in North Cornwall Township. With little more than a week left before Christmas, officials at the Lebanon Salvation Army are worried that their Red Kettle Campaign will fall short.

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