The Sexual Assault Resource and Counseling Center (SARCC) of Lebanon County will soon be wrapping up its successful first LGBTQ+ support group.
PRL, Inc. and subsidiaries, Bell & Evans, APR Supply Co., and Candoris Technologies were listed in Central Penn Business Journal’s ranking of the Top 50 Fastest-Growing Companies in Central PA.
Despite feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cornwall Inn’s new owners have found ways to keep it going.
Goodwill Keystone Area recently announced that it has opened up several new jobs to accommodate a large influx of donations.
Two anti-racism workshops, similar to the one in early June, are planned for September, and they hope to also hold workshops about civic education and discussions about the intersection between the black community and the Jewish and LGBT+ communities.
The hundreds of cottages throughout Mt. Gretna showcase the area’s unique history.
With summer now in full force, many people are looking to get outside and enjoy nature. Memorial Lake State Park is a great place to do that.
The track will be built in the enclosure between the tennis courts and the site of the Gingrich Memorial Pool.
Their hours of operation will be 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the weekends.
Everyone age 19 and younger is eligible to enter exhibits in the youth category, even if they are not in 4-H or FFA.
The fair, which will be from July 25 to August 1, will consist of youth animal shows and indoor exhibits and drive-through food pick-up from 4-H and FFA fundraising barbecues and certain fair vendors.
The grants distributed a total of $16,130 to the Lebanon YMCA, Lebanon Family Health Services (LFHS), Sexual Assault Resource and Counseling Center (SARCC), and Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine (VIM).
Two parts of the section of I-81 passing through Lebanon County, Exits 85 and 89, received a number of comments from survey participants.
With the banners, CLA will show essential workers the recognition they have earned through their service to the community.
Rather than postponing or canceling their fundraising event due to COVID-19, as many other organizations have done, Lebanon Family Health Services (LFHS) will host its Splash of Color event virtually this weekend.