Performing on stage at Carnegie Hall has always been considered a great honor. This weekend, 12 members of the St. Andrews choir will get that chance.
Lebanon’s senior housing nonprofit, Community Homes of Lebanon County, has a new Director of Resident Services.
Any parent who has ever had a problem trying to get their kids to read more will be interested in a new program for kindergarten students at Jackson Elementary School in Myerstown.
For most Americans, it is important that our hospitalized veterans receive nothing less than the finest available care. At the Lebanon VA Medical Center (VAMC), that care just got a little better for some veterans thanks to an agreement with the Lebanon County Courts.
A Palmyra-based high school robotics team had squads place first and second at a recent regional competition held in Horsham, PA.
Insider/Outsider will run Nov. 1 through Dec. 15 at the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery on the campus of Lebanon Valley College in Annville.
State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale has been auditing Pennsylvania Volunteer Firefighters’ Relief Associations (VFRAs), with Lebanon County VFRAs found so far to be almost entirely in compliance.
Irv’s Pub on East Chocolate Ave. is “Hershey’s First and Only Gastropub.” This Saturday, October 19, it will still be able to make that claim when it becomes Rotunda Brew Pub.
The Lebanon County Commission For Women (LCCW) is now accepting nominees to the 2020 Women’s Hall of Fame and they need your help to find them.
From now until October 31, specially decorated pumpkins are available at the Lebanon Farmers Market during regular Market hours.
This Friday, October 11, former Lebanon School District Superintendent Dr. Marianne Bartley will host a live broadcast of the 6th annual Live2Lead event at the Lebanon Campus of HACC.
The Lebanon Quilters Guild has launched a quilt documentation project they hope will preserve Lebanon County quilt history for future generations and quilt historians forever, and they’re hoping you will help them do it.
The new name will be revealed at LVYFC’s annual fundraising banquet on October 15.
If you’re looking forward to packing the family into the minivan and heading out for a Sunday drive to view the fall foliage, you will have to wait a little longer.
Demolition work has begun on three burned out homes in the 400 block of Cumberland Street.