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2 report robbery in Lebanon

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Two men told police they were knocked to the ground and robbed of their wallets while walking in Lebanon Wednesday night.
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Police: Newville man suspected of DUI in severe crash

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A Newville man is suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol and a controlled substance when he crashed his car early Friday morning in Lebanon County, police said. More>>

Roadwork on Route 422 in Palmyra delayed

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The start date for roadwork that will close a part of Route 422 in Palmyra has been delayed one week. 
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Fort Indiantown Gap needs more land for training and safety

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Fort Indiantown Gap has more than 20 small arms firing ranges. There is a plan in place to start using a new kind of bullet that is environmentally friendly but it ricochets further than the rounds currently in use. Members of all branches of the military train at Fort Indiantown Gap, firing more than 3 million rounds on the ranges yearly. Because of this, the Gap needs more land to provide a larger safety net.Officials are looking to acquire land on the other side of the mountain where there... More>>

Fort Indiantown Gap holding training exercises, expect loud noises

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Fort Indiantown Gap will host mortar live-fire exercises and demolition training in Lebanon County. Residents in the area should expect to hear increased noise because of the training. The mortar live-fire exercises will take place from July 19-21 and the demolition training will take place from July 23-25 between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m. More>>

Lucky's looking for a loving family!

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Lucky is a young adult Belgian Malinois looking to be loved! She's waiting for her forever home at the Humane Society of Lebanon County.
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Police search for Palmyra robbery suspect

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Police in Palmyra are searching for the man who robbed a convenience store Saturday afternoon.The robbery happened at the JM Mart along East Main Street.Investigators say store employees told them a young man entered the store and demanded the clerk open the register. The clerk did and handed over an undisclosed amount of money.The suspect left the store on foot and was last seen running south on South Chestnut Street. More>>

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