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Grant provides free trauma screening in Lebanon County

Several social services groups will train counselors on diagnosing and treating trauma-related mental health issues.
By Alanna Elder

Parents in Lebanon County charged with homicide and child endangerment

An Annville couple is facing charges for allegedly neglecting, abusing, and killing a 12-year-old child in their care. The Lebanon County District Attorney announced Scott Schollenberger, 42, and Kimberly Maurer, 37, are in custody and being held without bail.

By Alanna Elder

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Gov. Tom Wolf cited his emergency powers to withhold millions from a Pa. county. Now it’s suing

The lawsuit represents yet another test of Wolf’s emergency powers, which have been unsuccessfully challenged several times.
By Cynthia Fernandez/Spotlight PA

Updated: July 22, 2020 | 4:43 pm

Lebanon County files suit against Governor Wolf over $13M in coronavirus relief funding

The lawsuit accuses the governor of a “gross abuse of power” and acting like a “de facto King.”

By Michael Rubinkam/Associated Press

Updated: July 17, 2020 | 5:00 am

Governor Tom Wolf yanks virus funding from rebellious Lebanon County

Wolf’s decision left Lebanon as the only one of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties to have not gotten any of the federal money.

By Michael Rubinkam/Associated Press and Marc Levy/The Associated Press

Man serving time in robbery convicted of slaying 2 afterward in Lebanon County

A man serving time in an eastern Pennsylvania credit union robbery two years ago has been convicted in the shooting deaths of two men officials alleged he hired to transport him after the robbery.

By The Associated Press

Lawmakers condemn Governor Wolf for singling out Lebanon County

The only one of the state’s 67 counties not in green or moving to green in a week will be Lebanon County.

By Craig Rhodes