Nov. 1, 2, 8, and 9, the Grace Clater Art Studio will hold an art exhibition and sale featuring over 200 original works by Clater.
At the second annual Tower to Town 10-mile race, Luis Miranda and Olivia Guilbert placed first in the male and female rankings respectively.
Oct. 23, the Pennsylvania Senate unanimously voted to turn over the lieutenant governor’s residence to the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs to be used for veteran support programs.
A local legend set at Colebrook Furnace tells of a cruel ironmaster and his pack of hounds. Here’s our retelling, just in time for Halloween.
Head out to the Pennsylvania Chautauqua on Saturday, Oct. 26, for a dramatic reading of “The Legend of the Hounds.”
Tuesday, October 29, the Lebanon County Counselors Association is hosting the fourth annual College and Career Fair, free for students and the public.
After his March injury, Lebanon firefighter Dave Smiley returned to work October 13.
The Sexual Assault Resource & Counseling Center is holding a drag show on the HACC campus starting at 8pm, October 18.
Nominations for the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Non-Profit of the Year Award are due Friday, October 18.
The first Downtown Lebanon Multicultural Festival will be held on 8th Street from 1pm to 6pm on October 12.
Downtown Lebanon’s Mental Health Week, from Oct. 6 to Oct. 12, is made up of events and open houses throughout the week.
Lebanon Valley College hosted a Draw the Lines PA redistricting event Sept. 26.
Tuesday, Oct. 1, the Lebanon VA Medical Center will be among the VA campuses nationwide implementing a smoking ban on the grounds.
Lebanon HS recognized seniors Jacob Green and Ghada Mostafa as the Rotary Students of the Month.
Before Lebanon-Opoly was released this June, the Chamber of Commerce worked with the same company to create Lebanopoly in 2016.