Lebanon County’s ONE TRULY LOCAL Newspaper

A newspaper about Lebanon County.

Lebanon County Bulletin is a weekly tabloid-size newspaper containing columns, submissions, photos, announcements, & journalism. It’s produced from our offices right here in Fredericksburg

(If you prefer to read news from York, or you’re looking for a paper that has days-old Associated Press stories published in 100 other newspapers – we’re probably not for you.)

From local government and school board meetings to community events and business updates, we cover it all. Our mission is to keep our readers informed and connected to their community. We strive to provide fair and accurate reporting, and to give a voice to the diverse perspectives of our readers.

Our newspaper will be delivered to your home by USPS. We print our papers on Wednesday and mail them on Thursday. By Friday each week, you should be able to hold it in your hands, cut out a clipping to share with your loved ones, and read it anywhere you’d like, whenever you’d like – wifi never required.

What you can’t do is find our paper on the Internet. Although we publish our journalism online at our online sister outlet LebTown.com, the full Lebanon County Bulletin experience is only available by purchasing a subscription or by visiting the establishments of our many local retail partners, where the Bulletin is sold at $1 per issue. You can see our latest front page here.

Looking for online news?

Check out our sister outlet LebTown.com.

Meet the Bulletin

Our team of dedicated journalists are committed to bringing you the latest and most relevant news and information that affects your community.

Jake Keiter

Founder, Editor & Publisher

Julie Keiter

Business Manager

Updates from the Bulletin