Former Lebanon City Council member Cornell Wilson was sworn in as a member of the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Latino Affairs (GACLA) Jan. 10.
The Lebanon County Historical Society has released its schedule for 2020 events.
“The Adventures of Lebanon Lilly” has been released, available at the Visit Lebanon Valley Visitors Center and Lebanon public libraries.
Dana and Daulton Lape explain how they prepared for the Pennsylvania Farm Show poultry competition.
Lebanon County participants in Pennsylvania Farm Show competitions won Champion and Reserve Champion awards for various categories and subcategories of the competition.
List of results of Lebanon County participants in the Pennsylvania Farm Show.
The Penn State Extension Master Watershed Steward program is being launched in Lebanon, Lancaster and Dauphin counties this year, providing education on conservation with special focus on water resources.
Over the next three months, the Lebanon Valley Conservancy and the Clarence Schock Memorial Park are offering three free informational sessions related to environmental topics.
Historic Schaefferstown, Inc. has announced the winter classes that will be offered this year, to be taught in the Brendle Museum.
In addition to running a food stand at the Pennsylvania Farm Show, Bell & Evans is also hosting the annual chick hatch.
This year’s new 7:00 p.m. mini bologna drop in Lebanon drew families with children.
At the Pennsylvania Farm Show Jan. 4-11, Bell & Evans will offer their new Parmesan Breaded Chicken Meatballs at the PennAg Industries food booth.
A 20-pound bologna, attached to a disco ball structure, will drop on S. Eighth St. to usher in 2020.
Visit Lebanon Valley is releasing children’s book “The Adventures of Lebanon Lilly,” a picture book about a cow visiting Lebanon sights.
A free Christmas meal open to all will be held at LCCM from 12:00 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. Dec. 25.