Last week’s Wednesday work-day meeting of the Friends of the Union Canal Tunnel Park saw an old-fashioned ice saw put to use in a practice that has largely been forgotten since the advent of mechanical refrigerators.
It was the era of sandlot matches and teams composed of neighbors and folks down the street. Here’s the story of the Lebanon Boro Rams, manager Gus Deraco, and everything else about Lebanon’s independent football scene in the 1940s and 50s.
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy has announced that it is now accepting applications for its 2021 Richard H. and Karen R. Light Memorial Scholarship. The deadline to apply is April 1, 2021.
“My goal is to help DVI expand its services in Lebanon County so that more victims can be reached and hopefully saved,” Burchik stated.
From humble beginnings, Cumberland Street clothing store businessman John Bashore became perhaps one of the most civically engaged individuals in Lebanon history.
It’s been over 90 years since Burger King cofounder David Edgerton was born at the Lebanon Sanatorium, but the recent rebranding of the fast food chain prompted LebTown to take a quick look back at the few roots he had in the city.
The NAACP Pennsylvania State Conference has called for community leaders of Lebanon County to condemn a November arson incident involving a raccoon.
Register of Wills and Clerk of Orphans’ Court, Brian Craig, hopes to continue modernization efforts in the office that he was elected to in 2017.
The Boyer Mansion, later the Weaver Mansion, was one of the great old residences of northern Lebanon City. Here’s the story behind the memorable home of a Lebanon lawyer.
Capello announced his candidacy for the position that oversees five wards in the City of Lebanon ahead of the primary election on May 18.
Here’s why two schools of Lebanon County’s past were named after the “father of English grammar.”
Between a training camp at Mt. Gretna, a school in Myerstown, and barracks in Annville, the force has its share of little-known connections to the area.
The snow may have melted, but the memory lingers on: here are just a few of the many, many blizzards that have struck Lebanon over the decades.
Gerald Collins and Donald Brown are among only 23 recipients in the country to be recognized this year by the nonprofit Daughters of the American Revolution.
The small Bethel Township community on Lake Strause was once a Boy Scout camp — built thanks to the generosity of a lumber businessman.