National Wreaths Across America Day is Saturday, Dec. 14, and for the first time, Covenant Greenwood Cemetery in Ebenezer will be part of the observance.
Holiday shopping can come with a bit of stress with the larger crowds and easy distractions, but following our 13 safe-shopping tips could help ensure that you and your family have an enjoyable experience.
Lebanon County State Representatives Russ Diamond and Frank Ryan will likely end up voting against the bill, while potential State Senate candidates Dave Arnold and Michael Schroder both support it, although for different reasons.
See our pictures from the second edition of the Winter Wonderland Holiday Market at Boxie – open each Saturday through the end of the month.
The traveling public is encouraged to share feedback about their driving experiences — from safety, congestion, condition of and access needs — along Interstate-81 in southcentral Pennsylvania on a newly launched website.
At Fort Indiantown Gap this weekend, expert snipers from the PA National Guard competed for a chance to participate in the Winston P. Wilson Championship, a national competition held in April.
Harrisburg Area Community College President John Sygielski told PennLive on Thursday that the sale of the Lebanon campus “will soon be finalized.”
Ono Family Restaurant was destroyed in a four-alarm fire that began Friday night, Dec. 6, and continued into the early hours of Saturday morning.
Coleman Memorial Park market will run Dec. 7, with Shaefferstown opening the following weekend, Dec. 13-14.
Lebanon County Commissioners approved the preliminary 2020 county budget at their meeting this week, a proposed budget of $86,810,931 that does not include a millage increase.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
All 3,150 photos of Pennsylvania’s American heroes who died in the Vietnam War have been found and are now posted on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund’s virtual Wall of Faces for everyone to honor around the world.
Tickets for a carriage ride are available for purchase now. No Scrooges permitted.
In the 1930s, Mt. Gretna was nearly home to a maximum security prison. Here’s how the $3 million Depression-era project fell apart.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.