The Campbelltown Community Alliance completed a beautification project of the roundabout at Northside Drive and S. Forge Rd.
La exposición de arte al aire libre de Mount Gretna canceló su evento del 15 al 16 de agosto 2020 debido a preocupaciones por el coronavirus el 9 de abril.
Mientras muchos están haciendo su parte para prevenir la propagación del coronavirus estando en casa, los trabajadores de la salud continúan sirviendo a la comunidad a través de la atención médica.
The 2020 Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Google released a set of COVID-19 Mobility Reports based on Google Maps data showing how traffic has changed in areas since social distancing began.
We Are Lebanon, Pa. is asking for Lebanon residents to submit videos thanking healthcare providers.
WellSpan Health, the Lebanon VA, and UPMC are encouraging appointments via telephone or video call due to coronavirus concerns.
LebTown met with former veterinarian Doc Clements, who is running as a Democrat against Frank Ryan (R) for PA 101.
Pennsylvania school closures were extended until April 6 at the earliest, affecting local districts.
March 4, Lebanon High School held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new esports arena.
March 10, SARCC will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new LGBTQIA+ Drop-In Center at 5:30 p.m.
The City of Lebanon is the 164th safest municipality in Pennsylvania, according to a Jan. 19 report released by the trade association National Council for Home Safety and Security.
Congratulations to Lebanon students who made the honor roll for the third marking period!
The 46th Mount Gretna Art Show has released poster art commissioned by Art Show co-founder Bruce Johnson.
Eight local businesses are participating in Visit Lebanon Valley’s Java Journey, which lasts until February 29.