See photos and highlights from the two beautiful new Rails to Trails segments, inaugurated with ribbon cuttings on Thursday.
LebTown interviewed Lebanon Valley College graduate Lisa Schaefer about her new position leading the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania.
Take a trip back into the Golden Age of roller skating and see how Lebanon’s take on the pastime changed through the years.
The Lebanon County Historical Society (LCHS) will host two Sunday programs in the upcoming fall season. All programs are open to the public.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Lebanon County’s Cops For A Cure will welcome it in with a 5K and Pink Mile run at the end of September.
The 2nd Annual Recovery Day will take place this Saturday, September 7 in Lebanon.
Fredericksburg-based poultry producer Bell & Evans has a new incentivized pricing plan to help farmers transition to organic grain production.
The area is more accurately known as the Jonestown Volcanic Field, and is more akin to a battered relic of the distant past than an actual volcano.
If you hear sounds of war this weekend, don’t be alarmed — two reenacted Civil War battles will take place on Saturday and Sunday in the Union Canal Tunnel Park at 25th and Union Canal Drive.
An annual Cornwall Manor Retirement Community scholarship fund has recognized its two latest recipients.
The Steitz City Players (SCP) are holding their summer production of the classic musical and movie “Godspell” later this week at Coleman Memorial Park.
The donation of the Lebanon Daily News archives to the historical society is a reminder of the role that local newspapers have in the preservation of history.
The Cornwall Iron Furnace’s annual beer, wine, and spirits-tasting event, ‘Cornwall Blast,’ will return to the historic furnace for its 8th year.
Built in 1871, the fate of the Wenger Meetinghouse has not always been guaranteed. Here’s the inside story of the building’s restoration.
27-year-old Kyle Wenger shares his plans to redevelop the former Holtzman’s pretzel factory building in Myerstown.