The wallaby sighted in Mount Zion was safely captured by the Game Commission Wednesday. As of now, its origin is still unclear.
Amaury Abreu of Project 13th Grade seeks to help local youth prepare for their futures through presentations, community events, and more.
Palmyra Area High School recent graduates Ashley Weber, Gunther Gillespie and Cameron Wehr dove into seniors’ memories of Campbelltown in their documentary The Voices of Campbelltown, released online June 14.
LebTown took a visit to the Cornwall Inn and had a taste of its new ice cream parlor, as well as checking out its monthly art market.
The Lebanon Valley 16U VFW Teener all-star team won the VFW State Teener Championship title July 31 in an overwhelming victory.
Here are the full results to the youth exhibits of the 2021 Lebanon Area Fair.
“The Hound of the Baskervilles” will run at Gretna Theatre Aug. 5-8. “The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” the final of Gretna Theatre’s 2021 Kids Series, shows Aug. 7.
After its cancellation last year due to the ongoing pandemic, the Sweep the Streets basketball tournament will be returning Aug. 7 and 8 at Coleman’s Park.
Monday night, the track at the Lebanon Area Fair was the site of a rodeo, featuring 22 bull entries and 50 barrel entries. Here are LebTown’s photo highlights of the event.
The Lebanon Foundation announced Lebanon business owner Pam Shirk as the Main Street manager for Downtown Lebanon.
Every year, dedicated youth exhibitors bring their animals to the Lebanon Area Farm Show to compete. LebTown talked to a few exhibitors about their experiences.
Saturday, the 2019 Lebanon Area Fair Queen Shay Miller passed on her title to the 2021 Fair Queen Katie Shaak.
Berks County prison records show that Michael Folmer, former state senator for Lebanon County, was released by court order July 20. Folmer was sentenced to between one and two years in prison last year for possession of child pornography.
The two-man play Greater Tuna, featuring long-time LCT performers Larry Sheaf and Kevin Biddle, will show July 22, 23, and 24 at 7:30 p.m. and July 25 at 2:30 p.m. at LCT. The one-weekend show serves both as a soft reopening for the theater and a fundraiser.
Moraima Cakes & Café, located at 443 Cumberland St.. opened July 2. The café offers breakfast- and brunch-fare, hot and cold beverages, and desserts.