For many parents in Lebanon County, taking their kids to Jack and Jill has become something of a tradition.
The store, originally set to open Jan. 15, will ultimately feature a beer cave, a video gaming room, and 14 gas and diesel pumps.
MVP treasurer Michael McKenna said the new nonprofit designation will ensure the organization works to benefit the community.
WellSpan has opened a Travel Clinic, offering immunizations and other personalized health care for global travelers, on Russell Drive in Lebanon.
We are re-publishing a column today that ran more than a century ago in the Lebanon Daily News.
Draude’s Derailment on Eighth Street began as a passion project. Now, 45 years later, the store is brimming with cultural artifacts of a bygone era.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
500 lbs of cherry pie will be divvied up Friday and Saturday at the Lebanon Farmers Market as part of an annual Community of Lebanon Association fundraiser.
To this point, Randy Pierre has officiated 32 junior varsity games, mostly in the Lancaster-Lebanon League, and has done about 35 elementary, travel games.
Imagine having a local hang-out where your personal mug is waiting for you when you’re in need of a frothy pint?
Lebanon County DA Pier Hess Graf didn’t expect to be thrust into the news quite so quickly.
Our second Library Letter comes from Amy Davis, director of the Myerstown Community Library.
The 46th Mount Gretna Art Show has released poster art commissioned by Art Show co-founder Bruce Johnson.
Cornwall Borough Council agreed to leave the intersection of Cornwall Road, Burd Coleman Road, and Freeman Drive in Cornwall center as it is and not seek a state grant to improve it.
The fire was reported shortly before 9 a.m. on the 200 block of S. Christian Street in Cleona.