We’re taking Monday off, but wanted to wish everyone a happy Fourth of July.
Myerstown Borough is the most recent municipality to join the “Young Lungs at Play” program – now making 65% of the county on the YLAP honor role.
There’s a lot new right now at Mount Gretna Craft Brewery (MGCB) – a new executive chef, new brewers, new beers, and new partners – and it’s all part of a spring refresh that has folks at the “Corner” very excited right now.
There’s still no plan announced for the former Quentin Riding Club property, but while the memories will stick around with the community for a long time, the organization itself is not long for this world.
Two local independent media outlets are teaming up to better serve Lebanon Countians.
New owner of historic Annville mill hasn’t respond to inquires about their plans for the site. LebTown shares what we know about the purchase of the property with 18th century roots.
A carefully constructed county plan to corral the influx of residents seeking a coronavirus vaccination was upended Tuesday when the Pennsylvania Department of Health again revised its vaccine distribution plan.
State Senator Dave Arnold died Sunday, Jan. 17, from brain cancer.
Given the historic and divisional nature of Wednesday’s proceedings, we wanted to give Lebanon County’s elected officials a chance to address what happened and offer thoughts on moving forward.
LebTown is on hiatus for the holidays. Excluding any breaking news, we will return to our regular posting schedule on Dec. 28.
Leadership Lebanon Valley is accepting applications for the Leadership Lebanon Valley Class of 2021 and challenges you to ask yourself, do you have what it takes to make a difference?
As Lebanon County endures the highest rates of COVID-19 seen since the beginning of the pandemic, local education institutions are having to revise plans in reaction to confirmed cases.
A cache of emails obtained by a Right-To-Know request and released to the public has provided new insight into the circumstances leading to Lebanon County’s “go-yellow” vote this past spring.
The $12.8 million Lebanon County CARES Act settlement is beginning to reach Lebanon County organizations as the Lebanon County Commissioners have approved the first round of grants to support local firms financially impacted by COVID-19.
Lebanon County has begun its “Mask Up Lebanon” campaign, a $2.8 million stipulation of the county’s settlement with Gov. Tom Wolf over CARES Act funding.