The ceremony will be held at 2:30 p.m. at the meetinghouse, 16 Supervisors Drive, Jonestown.
Meadow Lane Farms is situated on 185 acres, to the south of Walnut Street between Mill and 22nd streets.
Hinkelfest will return Sept. 17-19 at Fireman’s Park, 2625 S. Pine Grove St. (Route 343), Fredericksburg, with all of the annual event’s favorites – food, games, carnival rides, a craft and vendor show, petting zoo, pony rides and outdoor entertainment.
Lebanon County public school districts recently released their 2021-2022 health and safety plans, which detail coronavirus mitigation procedures for the upcoming school year.
The Penn State Extension Master Watershed Steward Program will be accepting pre-orders for native shrubs and trees until Aug. 31 as a fundraiser.
Sticky tree wraps, while not responsible for the fowl disease, do pose a significant threat to little birds.
In addition to dealing with the temporary closure of the church, the congregation faced with a new hurdle – finding and hiring a full-time pastor in the midst of the pandemic.
LebTown’s church calendar is a weekly publication, featuring local church gatherings and community events.
LebTown is on the hunt for a part-time producer to join our team.
On March 18, five local students were recognized by the Lebanon Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
On Saturday, May 1, a free Veteran’s Appreciation Breakfast will be held at Sydney Roasting Company, located at 12 N. 9th St., Lebanon.
According to PennDOT, the section of Route 241 in North Cornwall and West Cornwall townships will be closed so a contractor can realign an S-curve.
There are lots of spring celebrations being held over the next week right here in the community.
Jeff Dunn is predicting that the doors to Corvette will be open once more by this summer. “It’s about 75% complete,” he estimated, in regards to the construction.
Whose Line is it Anyway? stars Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood will be featured in Stream of Consciousness: an interactive improv comedy experience, presented by Gretna Theatre and executive producer Brian Kurtas, on March 20 and 27 at 8 p.m.