Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
Lebanon Broadcasting Company announced this afternoon that Forever Media has entered into an asset purchase agreement for WQIC-FM and WLBR-AM.
On September 6, October 4, and November you’ll have the opportunity to explore the eerier side of the Lebanon Farmers Market’s history firsthand on guided ghost tours.
The Lebanon County Library System celebrated its 150,000th e-book checkout by awarding a new tablet.
Union Hose Company of Annville is in search of additional volunteers.
Civil War reenactments, a paint night, and more are happening this weekend in Lebanon County!
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
From August 22 to 25, Gretna Theatre is showing the USO Show Troupe’s American Heartland Tribute.
If you hear sounds of war this weekend, don’t be alarmed — two reenacted Civil War battles will take place on Saturday and Sunday in the Union Canal Tunnel Park at 25th and Union Canal Drive.
Here are our photos of Wednesday morning’s four-alarm fire at the Corvette Grille.
A local judge has upheld the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s refusal to renew the liquor license of the William Penn Restaurant and Bar.
A large fire broke out at the Corvette Grille in Annville on Wednesday morning.
A pioneering Lebanon County musician who overcame great loss to become a bandleader of wide local renown will be honored at an upcoming concert by the Washington Band of Annville.
Free tickets are available for the 18th Annual Patriot Day Community Concert. This event honors the first responders in our community and the past and current members of the Armed Forces and features an array of patriotic songs performed by The Lebanon Community Concert Band and guest performers.
August 24, the Mt. Gretna Summer Concert series’ second-to-last show, “Broadway’s Greatest Hits,” will be performed at the Mt. Gretna Tabernacle.