July 22, WellSpan Philhaven will open its newly expanded inpatient unit at its Mt. Gretna campus to patients.
The Lebanon Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) will hold a genealogy workshop on Saturday, July 27.
The Lebanon Valley Community Tennis Association is planning to build an indoor tennis facility around the tennis courts at Optimist Park.
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy is preserving 172 acres of farmland near Fort Indiantown Gap through an agricultural conservation easement.
The Palmyra Public Library will hold its annual used book sale from July 13 to July 18 at Palmyra First United Methodist Church.
Zala’s Rolled Ice Cream opened June 18 in Lebanon.
At its June 26 board meeting, the Cornwall Lebanon School District adopted a four-year contract increasing salaries by 2.5% each year.
A Pennsylvania House resolution honored the Palmyra Boys Lacrosse team for its victory in the District III championships.
The City of Lebanon Nature Camp will be held July 1 through July 3 at Stoever’s Dam Park.
With nearly 400 cyclists in attendance, the June 8 Tour de Lebanon Valley raised over $10,000.
Six Lebanon residents received an honorable mention for their entry in the Draw the Lines PA Congressional Mapping Competition.
Tuesday, June 18, a rally gathered at the State Capitol to support several federal measures that would support the dairy industry.
Cedar Crest Middle School English curriculum leader Christopher Groff has been promoted to the position of athletic director/assistant principal.
1930s starlet Diana Gibson went from acting in films like “Adventure’s End” to performing in Mt. Gretna, eventually becoming involved in the local community.
The Friends of the Union Canal Tunnel Park are in the process of clearing fallen trees and restoring the park after recent storms.