The Fair will run daily, beginning at 8 a.m., with gates closing at 10 p.m. Admission to the fair is $5 after 3 p.m., while some of the special events on the fairgrounds’ track require a separate charge.
LebValCTA aims to enclose the tennis courts at the Louser Memorial Optimist Park to allow players access to the game year-round.
The Beard brothers will need to raise $5,000 to $7,000 to install an obelisk stone memorial with a plaque honoring Earl Wenger’s service.
Nine years have passed since Corkish became what is believed to be the first and only Lebanon County native to ever win an Olympic gold medal.
Established in August 2020, the Biever Family Police Scholarship Fund celebrates the life of former Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Jim Biever by helping to defray costs of local men and women pursuing a career in law enforcement.
One of Lebanon County’s most successful interscholastic sports programs – ELCO boys’ soccer – is on the hunt for a new coach to lead the squad in its next chapter.
When H.A. Boyd’s Volkswagen dealership was acquired and rebranded by Autohaus Lebanon Volkswagen on June 1, 2020, it ended a decades-long tradition in Lebanon city.
Lebanon County’s top prosecutor is getting outside assistance in her bid to win a conviction in the brutal abuse and murder of a 12-year-old Lebanon boy.
The Lebanon School District will conduct its second town hall meeting about the two new building projects inside Lebanon High School’s Starr Auditorium, at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 1. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend.
In June, Kleinfelter’s Auction moved from its long-time location to the refurbished site of the former Farmer Boy Ag building.
Forty years later, the Union Canal Groundhog Lodge #17 is still preserving and promoting the Pennsylvania Dutch—or Pennsylvania German—culture and dialect.
Salamander Books and Music opened its downtown Palmyra location Saturday.
The first positive cases of West Nile Virus in Pennsylvania were reported in 2000. Last year in Lebanon County, there were a total of 19 positive cases detected, but none in humans.
In April, the first full month that vaccines were offered to the general public locally, 476 patients exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms were admitted to Wellspan’s seven hospitals, and of that number, only seven had received both doses of the Coronavirus vaccine.
For an annual fee of $40, South Lebanon township residents can take unwanted green waste such as tree branches, leaves, garden plants and bushes – but no grass clippings, tree stumps or sod – to the yard waste and recycling center.