Lebanon Country Club was bought by Stephan Van Der Ploog earlier this year and now operates as a for-profit private club.
A redevelopment project for the 13.9-acre campus of the former Lebanon Catholic School is moving ahead with a few tweaks to make it a better fit for current market conditions.
Palmyra Borough Council will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. Feb. 13 to again consider a request for transferring a liquor license owned by Ninkovich LLC to 1 East Main Street.
A bill has been introduced by Lebanon County state Rep. Russ Diamond (R-102) which would provide amnesty for disciplinary actions related to COVID-19 protocols.
Today we are officially announcing the Lebanon County Events Calendar, a free resource from LebTown.
LebTown and LebCo Bulletin are teaming up to offer the widest reaching and most affordable classified advertising in Lebanon County.
Further details have been shared regarding Colorado-based Air Methods’ plans for utilizing its recently-signed lease of helipad space and offices at the county’s new 911 Center.
Lancaster County-based contractor James Townsley, along with his father and brothers, bought the former Jonestown AOK earlier this year and have plans to improve the property heading into next season.
The Annville Free Library officially opened its doors on Nov. 11 after a seven-year, $4.5 million expansion and renovation project, with the community rallying to provide financial support and the Christ family pledging up to $150,000 in matching funds for the remaining costs.
Records obtained from Right to Know request to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board raise new questions about a proposed liquor license transfer into Palmyra Borough.
The Coleman Chapel in West Lebanon Township will be moved and restored at Stone Gables Estate, adding to the Abels’ collection of historical buildings and artifacts.
Located alongside the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail near Cornwall Manor’s Woods campus, the two-acre Trailside Organic Farm is now home to the newest bank barn in Lebanon County.
Christopher T. Behney Jr., former owner of Just Wing It, is seeking to transfer a liquor license from Lebanon to Palmyra, but his relationship to the license-holding Ninkovich LLC remains unclear.
Palmyra Borough Council is set to hold a public hearing on Oct. 24 regarding the transfer of a liquor license from Lebanon to Palmyra, owned by Ninkovich LLC, with Chris Behney, owner of the former Just Wing It restaurants, as the applicant.
Gannett-owned Lebanon Daily News will move to mail delivery starting later this month.