On Saturday, the Cornwall Iron Furnace will hold its annual Cast Iron Cooking Demonstration on site.
The second annual Tower to Town race will be held October 6 starting at 9:30am, going 10 miles through Mt. Gretna and the city of Lebanon.
The Auditor General released a special report recommending that the Keystone Exams be phased out in favor of nationally recognized exams like the PSAT, SAT, or ACT.
The Lebanon County Library System celebrated its 150,000th e-book checkout by awarding a new tablet.
From August 22 to 25, Gretna Theatre is showing the USO Show Troupe’s American Heartland Tribute.
August 24, the Mt. Gretna Summer Concert series’ second-to-last show, “Broadway’s Greatest Hits,” will be performed at the Mt. Gretna Tabernacle.
This Thursday, August 22, parents and community members are invited to attend a 6:30pm presentation by co-founder and president of Rachel’s Challenge Darrell Scott in the Cedar Crest High School auditorium.
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.