The Lebanon Valley Conservancy, in cooperation with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, is seeking volunteers to help plant 1,000 trees in Lebanon County this fall.
The building and interior were recently freshened up to give shoppers at Lebanon’s Jubilee a better experience.
Starting next Monday, eligible Pennsylvanians will be able to apply online for absentee ballots.
A Delaware bankruptcy court appointed a Patient Care Ombudsman and entered several orders designed to allow the former county home’s operator to conduct business as usual until the bankruptcy case is resolved.
Lebanon veterinarian Tammy Stone, VMD and her staff at the Veterinary Medical Center of Lebanon have recently moved to a new 7,000 square feet clinic at 709 Orange Street in Lebanon.
Under the Bridge Brewing has begun cider production in Downtown Lebanon.
A Northern Lebanon High School senior recently participated in a program that prepared her to help other Hispanic students looking to go to college.
A local judge has upheld the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s refusal to renew the liquor license of the William Penn Restaurant and Bar.
Flea market and more planned for the old Lebanon Paper Box Building.
The bankrupt owner of Cedar Haven, the nursing home formerly owned by Lebanon County, is asking a Delaware Bankruptcy Court for permission to hire a firm to seek a buyer for the facility.
This coming weekend will mark the 45th Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show, an event that first-year director Kerry Royer says is “part of the fabric of the community.”
No layoffs or reductions in care are anticipated in the short-term.
Almost five years have passed since Lebanon County sold its nursing home, Cedar Haven.
Lebanon County District Attorney David J. Arnold, Jr. is changing the way his office handles some charges for possessing small amounts of marijuana for personal use.
Goat Yoga is one of the activities debuting this year at the Lebanon Area Fair.