If you hear rumblings from northern Lebanon County in the next few weeks, worry not – it’s probably just the Gap.
The Lancaster County-based developer of affordable housing is breaking ground this week on a housing project just outside Fredericksburg that will add 51 residential units to the community.
The cost is $25 per vehicle and all tickets must be purchased beforehand at Gretna Theatre’s website.
PennDOT’s Engineering District 8 has announced two imminent road maintenance projects that will affect Lebanon County motorists.
For our veterans who have been honorably discharged, there are benefits that you are eligible for provided by the government that will help loved ones.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
The current count of 86 new cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents is 32% of the all-time high, 268, which occurred on April 21.
The million square foot Hershey Company warehouse is expected to bring more than 500 jobs to the area.
William Dougherty, a sales and marketing executive from South Annville Township, has announced his candidacy for the position. He will contend for the position with Lebanon resident Edward Lynch Jr., a marketing director for a property and casualty insurance firm.
Farhat Excavating is expected to begin work on the next phase of the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail by early August and finish by November.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
It’s been 100 years since Lebanon’s Nelson George Greene began his professional baseball career. Here, Greene’s grandson, Nelson “Chip” Greene, chronicles his feats.
New Penn owner YRC Worldwide Inc said on Wednesday it would give the U.S. government a 29.6% stake in the trucking company in exchange for a $700 million loan, tapping into a $17 billion bailout fund originally intended for defense contractors such as Boeing Co.
Being the last county to go green noticeably affected business over the past week alone, some said.