LCC president Pete Gebhard recalls the club’s history, and a century of changes he believes reflect larger, societal shifts.
For many parents in Lebanon County, taking their kids to Jack and Jill has become something of a tradition.
Draude’s Derailment on Eighth Street began as a passion project. Now, 45 years later, the store is brimming with cultural artifacts of a bygone era.
While former CEO Bryan Smith “started the ball rolling,” current leaders and new strategies have helped shape a turnaround at FASP.
Rebecca Jo Gacono-Harlan—”Becky,” for short—is a complex person with a number of natural talents. More than anything, Gacono tries to be a good citizen.
His name is ‘Uni,’ short for Union Canal. But it might as well stand for ‘Unique.’
Rohland Funeral Home, arguably the longest continually-running business in Lebanon County, celebrated recent renovations with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 25.
Camara 809 FM is Lebanon County’s newest media outlet and soon to be Lebanon’s only Hispanic radio station.
Royer’s Flowers started Nothing But Net during the internet’s nascent years as a way to connect to customers.
A Myerstown man explored the symbiotic relationship between body and mind while competing in the ultra-competition, “World’s Toughest Mudder.”
Through his passion, John Eisenhauer has become a foremost authority on milk bottles in Lebanon County and quite accidentally one of the most knowledgeable historians on the local agriculture business.
As the city of Lebanon’s top firefighter, Duane Trautman has embraced his role in our community, and taken his passion to the next level.
V. Carl Gacono left behind an enduring legacy, including an unwavering devotion to his family and Annville community.
Domino’s Pizza franchisees John and Jen Bowers continue to grow their businesses while helping to reinvigorate Downtown Lebanon.
In the wake of Three Mile Island’s closure, former employee Bill Bishop takes a look back at his time working at the iconic power plant.