Tuesday’s New Year’s Eve celebration marked not only the end of 2019, but also the end of a decade.
The Palmyra native whose name adorns a Lebanon elementary school was a beloved statesman and educator who began teaching at the age of 16–walking to school both ways.
Elaborate Christmas light displays are out again for Lebanon’s holiday season.
Coleman Memorial Park market will run Dec. 7, with Shaefferstown opening the following weekend, Dec. 13-14.
In the 1930s, Mt. Gretna was nearly home to a maximum security prison. Here’s how the $3 million Depression-era project fell apart.
Visitors have reportedly spotted Kris Kringle and the curmudgeonly Belsnickel on-site.
A solitary monument along Route 117 is all that’s left to remind us of the Colebrook church founded by the first male American to be canonized, St. John Neumann.
Joshua Pusey is typically credited as the inventor the matchbook back in 1892, but Lebanon businessman and inventor Charles Bowman also holds a claim to the title.
Hunter Adams, an engineer contracted by NASA and Blue Origin, is working on a technology that could change the way environmental data is collected.
Veterans Day, as we know it, dates back to 1954 and has roots in the celebration of World War I’s Armistice Day in November of 1919, but some of Lebanon’s prominent veterans were being recognized long before that.
The Samler Building has been making necks crane for over 125 years. Have you ever wondered about its story? Here’s our history of this iconic Lebanon building.
The Lebanon County Metropolitan Planning Organization is seeking feedback about “specific location concerns” in the county’s transportation system.
In case you haven’t already stopped at the new addition on South 12th Street, here’s all you need to know about the Weis Gas N’ Go.
This weekend the Pennsylvania Game Commision will be opening up the Stony Valley Rail Trail to motor vehicles for the annual “Stony Valley Drive Thru”.
The Krall Barn, an 18th-century log barn now being reconstructed at the Union Canal Tunnel Park, is getting ever closer to completion.