From Sept. 6 to 17, the Pennsylvania National Guard hosted about 33 military personnel from Lithuania at its training headquarters at Fort Indiantown Gap
The 154-page softcover book features 75 of Church’s black-and-white photographs accentuating what the subjects hate about their physical appearance. Adjacent to each image is a short monologue written by the subject explaining what they hate about themselves and why.
Madison Rose is one of four recipients of Eli Setlock’s organs. She received his liver; his heart, kidneys and pancreas went to other people in need.
The abandoned bridge in question is located on Zinn’s Mill Road, about a half mile on either side of Cornwall Road and Lincoln Avenue.
Seven Cuz Beer Store is moving down the street from 1740 Quentin Road in the Cedar Crest Square shopping mall to the new Quentin Crossings Mall at 1980 Quentin Road.
Rob McNamee helped shape what local journalism became and, through his work at the Lebanon Daily News, influenced the careers of scores of local journalists.
Hernandez and members of the congregation were able to identify a part of the building that was least affected by wear and tear, refurbish it and create a space suitable for weekly services.
The district’s new seventh- and eighth-grade building will be built on a handful of acres, which are currently being used for athletics.
This year’s Lebanon Area Fair drew more than 60,000 visitors during the week. Most of those in attendance were local residents.
The Angela C. Funk Legacy Exhibit will be presented to the community from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Aug. 6 at the LVCOA headquarters.
More than 300 images were entered in the photography contest, which was about half as many as were entered in 2019, prior to the pandemic.
“The Chocolate Town Special” re-debuted to rave reviews from a new audience July 9 at the Derry Township Historical Society’s Museum at 40 Northeast Drive in Hershey. The intricate N-scale – or 1 to 160 proportion to actual size – model train display will be exhibited through December.
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.