By following in his father’s footsteps, Stu Perlmutter very much left his own mark on the Lebanon community.
When you come right down to it, Amaury Abreu is pursuing the elusive concept of the ‘American Dream’. And one of the reasons that’s so refreshing is he reaffirms: The dream is still alive.
A 34-year tradition of providing free dental care to the community takes place again this Friday at Cornwall Family Dentistry.
Zweier’s has become a staple of the community—especially in south Lebanon—and not just because of its milk, bread and eggs.
Greg Lyons retired today after a 41 year career, a local institution in radio broadcasting.
More funding is still needed to fully realize the vision for what will be Union Canal Tunnel Park’s first building.
North Lebanon’s New Covenant Christian School is growing. That’s great news—partly because of the ripple effects.
A native of Lebanon and current resident of Myerstown has dedicated his life to the promotion and education and research of picture post cards.
The Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence will formally be launched on Tuesday, April 23rd.
Lebanon County Career and Technology Center’s new brick pizza oven isn’t some half-baked scheme.
A Cub Scout camp at the border of Lebanon and Lancaster Counties celebrates 50 years.
Bill Hartmann is on a mission to save his business, Royal Oaks Vineyard and Winery. His plan is to grow hemp, a marijuana derivative with industrial applications, on a five-acre plot of land that adjoins the winery, sell it, and use the profits to re-open the winery.
The Lebanon Community Theatre kicks off its 57th season of local entertainment with its interpretation of Into the Woods,