Police Blotter: One woman transported in rollover accident Tuesday
EAST HANOVER >> Crews from Palmyra and Ono fire companies, and a Life Lion EMS ambulance were dispatched to a one-vehicle rollover crash in the 1000 block of Gravel Hill Road at 3:13 p.m. Tuesday. EMA dispatch said a 68-year-old woman was entrapped. Reporters at scene said no serious injuries.
Police blotter ? Lackwanna County man charged after fleeing police in Palmyra
A Lackawanna County man has been arrested on multiple charges after he fled from police following a traffic stop in Palmyra in September.
Man arrested in 1995 murder
A Palmyra man remained in Cumberland County Jail this week after his arrest for the 1995 murder of a Portland man with Windham ties.
Man Faces Charges after Police Chase
PALMYRA ? Police in Lebanon County arrested a man from Lackawanna County on Monday who they say led them on a chase before crashing into two homes back in September. Officers in Palmyra say Scott Stettler, 33, of Spring Brook Township sped away from police after a traffic stop early in the morning of September [?]
More charges from other police departments for plowing contractor
The Palmyra man accused in a snow plow scheme in several towns is facing new charges in Gates and Ogden...
Reindeer, Santa make early stop in Palmyra
Chloe Miller pets a reindeer Saturday in the square in Palmyra. The deer ? and Santa Claus ? were courtesy of the Palmyra Lions Club. (Michael K. Dakota ? Lebanon Daily News)
Palmyra OKs .14 mill tax hike for 2015
Three council members voted against the budget. PALMYRA >> Palmyra Borough residents will see an increase in their real estate taxes next year. On a 4 to 3 vote, Borough Council approved a $2.78 million budget for 2015 that includes a .14 mill hike in property taxes.
Palmyra students raise cash, food for Caring Cupboard
Connor LaTour, 12, a sixth-grader at Palmyra Area Middle School, and Kerri Litz, a sixth-grade special education teacher, help load almost 5,000 cans of food for the Caring Cupboard in Palmyra on Monday.
Palmyra makes retiree benefits more uniform
PALMYRA ? Employees willing to put in decades of service to the borough can expect to receive health benefits when eligible for retirement, no matter what department they worked in.
Volunteers Seeking to Restore Historic Palmyra Church
PALMYRA, Iowa- A volunteer group is seeking to repair the historic Palmyra Church in Warren County. The last congregation to meet here, left in 1979. The church has a roof in need of repair. The structure is on the National Register of Historic places, so restoration must be done according to standards. $20,000 is needed for a new roof, another $10,000 for other repairs. ?This structure is ...