Rooted and Free Nature School, first created with a vision of providing high-quality, nature-based, early childhood education, is preparing to open a preschool.
The Lebanon County Choral Society has launched a virtual choir project.
The owners expect the brewpub to be ready to open to the public later this summer or early fall.
Lightburn previously worked as the assistant medical center director at the Veterans Health System of the Ozarks in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Sydney Roasting Co. will have a soft opening on Friday, Jan. 8 from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Prior to arriving on campus, all students and employees who will be on campus for the semester must complete a self-administered COVID-19 test.
All of the items will be distributed to families in need in the Palmyra Area School District and throughout the Lebanon County community.
Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit (IU13) and Lebanon County Libraries have come together to create a partnership that brings more accessibility to digital books for students within Lebanon County.
On weekdays there are typically over 200 guests and on the weekends around 170 per day.
The event will be at Campbelltown Community Park on 129 Lawn Road, Palmyra and is set to be completely outdoors to ensure all who attend stay healthy and safe.
Mayor Sherry Capello will lead community members around Lebanon’s central business district featuring many small businesses.
All participants can choose to run, walk, bike, or stroll and must complete their race between Nov. 20-22.
The Delaware Valley Orienteering Association (DVOA) will be hosting the class on Sunday, Nov. 15 at 11:00 a.m.
Lebanon County resident and filmmaker David Vincent Bobb recently released his film, “Right Before Your Eyes,” on numerous streaming platforms.
Lebanon Transit has initiated a new campaign with the purpose of advocating for and supporting the numerous small businesses throughout Lebanon County.