Hal Conte, Lebanon Daily News

Hal Conte

Lebanon Daily News

Newark, OH, United States

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Past articles by Hal:

Lebanon County residents tackle storm aftermath, flood damage

Over four to eight inches of rain led to two water rescues and power outages → Read More

Debates over masks, diversity topics roil Cornwall-Lebanon and Palmyra school districts

The two districts outlined plans that make masks optional. → Read More

What should people be doing about stray and feral cats in Lebanon County?

Stray and feral cats attract sympathy but are seen as a nuisance by some residents → Read More

Lebanon organizers to host city's first-ever LGBTQ Pride event

The event, which will take place on June 26, will feature a drag show, a potluck, and a dance party → Read More

From Mustangs to Monster Trucks: Central PA car shows are set for summer 2021

Whether you're an enthusiast of 1950s bathtub Porsches, mid-engine Corvettes, or autos in general, there's an event this summer for you in the region → Read More

Candidates for open Lebanon district judge position stress impartiality

There are five candidates for magisterial district judge: Anthony Magaro, Aurelis Figueroa, Erik Itzen, James Capello and Sean Maguire → Read More

You can get a same-day COVID vaccine appointment in Central PA starting Friday

The extension of availability comes as government leaders pivot toward reducing barriers to vaccination. → Read More

Mick's All-American Pub will offer lots of menu options this fall in Lebanon

The Lebanon branch of Mick's All American Pub is to be the fourth branch of the popular central PA pub. → Read More

Annville native helps supply Texas town hit by weather, outages

She helped deliver about $2,500 worth of food and supplies to Mount Vernon, Texas after snow and power outages → Read More

New internet service provider seeks to add alternative in Lebanon, York

NetKey Communications is set to begin operations in April in York and in September in Lebanon. → Read More

New internet service provider seeks to add alternative in Lebanon, York

NetKey Communications is set to begin operations in April in York and in September in Lebanon. → Read More

Pennsylvania SPCA rescues 47 rabbits, including babies, held in 'filthy' conditions

The rabbits were rescued in Lancaster County on March 1, and had been held in cages "overflowing with excrement." → Read More

Gorgeous Palmyra greenhouse built during pandemic is used in photo fundraiser for kids

A backyard greenhouse was used as part of an area fundraiser in Palmyra after social media buzz → Read More

Cornwall borough mayor's Facebook post on Capitol mob, coronavirus spurs outrage

Mayor Mark Thomas labeled the pandemic as "phony" and denied facts about the U.S. Capitol breach. → Read More

Are kids missing key development milestones during the coronavirus pandemic?

Many kids are seeing normal educational and event practices hit by the coronavirus. → Read More

Drive-thru and walk-up-only Dunkin' opens in Palmyra

A new Dunkin' opened in Palmyra recently minus indoor seating and indoor pick-up → Read More

Annville college poet brings writing skills to kids with 'Writer Pal' online classes

Annville college student Kate Foley is bringing her writing skills to local kids via a new virtual education service → Read More

Lebanon workers produce critical coronavirus vaccine vials

SCHOTT's factory in Lebanon, PA is the company's only US plant producing COVID vaccine vials. → Read More

Lebanon officials launch site to register essential workers for coronavirus vaccine

Lebanon County officials launched a new portal to register workers and those at risk getting a coronavirus vaccine → Read More

Planned Walmart warehouse west of Route 72 divides residents, businesses

A new warehouse west of Route 72 is predicted to bring jobs but residents are concerned about traffic and eyesores. → Read More