Barbara Sando Hynum’s family has a story that caused her deep emotional pain. She sees her new book “My Brother’s Daughter” as therapy — not only for herself, but for others with similar experiences.
Thirty runners from as far as San Francisco and Canada signed up for the virtual 5K, organized by LHS junior Owen Sheetz.
Three Lebanon County Career & Technology Center seniors have digital billboards displayed on West Cumberland Street.
Matt Reigle, our first news reporter, has won a PublicHouse Magazine contest with a script for a quarantine episode of the popular HBO series.
The annual Tom Gerhart Sports Memorabilia Auction is being postponed from April 18 to October 17, still to be held at the Hebron Catering Hall in Lebanon.
If you know Grace Ziegler, you can understand why she deserved the Service to Mankind Award. If you don’t know Grace, read on to learn more about this amazing lady.
The Northern Lebanon School Board has hired an architectural services company to do a feasibility study of the district’s six school buildings.
History buffs should take note of two upcoming events at the historic Cornwall Iron Furnace.
A Jonestown student took fourth place at a national wool competition held in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The Lights are no longer with us, but their memory lives on with a scholarship in their name from the Lebanon Valley Conservancy.
The 49th Lebanon County Builders Association Home and Garden Show will be open Wednesday through Saturday Feb. 19 to 22.
500 lbs of cherry pie will be divvied up Friday and Saturday at the Lebanon Farmers Market as part of an annual Community of Lebanon Association fundraiser.
The Lebanon Community Library has announced its 21st Annual Poetry Contest is underway with entries being accepted now through Feb. 28.
Gretna Theatre has again produced a one-hour play that celebrates the importance of diversity in America’s history.
St. Andrews Church will host a free concert on Friday night, Jan. 31, featuring the “Russian Duet.”