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The Harrisburg legislature is broken! We, the taxpayers, pay our legislators $21 Million in salary alone, not including vacation pay, health insurance, committee pay, per diems, office expenses and retirement and get almost nothing in the way of legislative return. In total, we are spending approximately $50 Million dollars annually for a handful of bills that are passed into law.
While Lebanon City is host to many non-profit organizations working to make the community a better place, the Community of Lebanon Association (CLA) has been spearheading beloved initiatives such as the downtown flowerpots, car show, music fest, food truck palooza, carriage rides, tree lighting ceremony and holiday parade for decades.
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On Sunday, May 22 at 3:00 pm, the Lebanon County Choral Society will present their spring concert, "Awakenings: Songs of Rebirth and Renewal"at Friedens Lutheran Church, 301 W. Washington Avenue, Myerstown. Tickets can be ordered online at www.lccsmusic.org or purchased at the door. Please note that masks are required for all audience members and singers.
A Lancaster man will serve 52 months to 9 years in prison after being sentenced by Lancaster County Judge Margaret Miller last week. Christopher Vazquez, 33 of Campbell Avenue, pleaded guilty in March to two counts of riot, two counts of reckless burning, two counts of disorderly conduct, four counts of institutional vandalism and one count of failure to disperse for his role in the riots following fatal police shooting in September 2020, which District Attorney Heather Adams ruled as justified.
It is no secret that our community needs more nurses! According to The Lebanon County Career and Technology Center’s Adult Education Program Coordinator, Julia Ansel, the CTC has updated offerings for nursing students in the community looking to increase their skills and earning potential.