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.
This Saturday, get a chance to familiarize yourself with the bucolic byways and pastoral porches of Mt. Gretna.
Lebanon’s population of animals and farm creatures has always had a large presence at the Area Fair, and this year was no exception.
The Inwood Iron Bridge, a formerly well-used bridge crossing the Swatara Creek, was lifted away by a crane on July 9. What happens to it now?
As temperatures in Lebanon County continue to soar, it’s a good idea to keep in mind a few habits and places to help beat the heat.
The young athletes of Lebanon Valley 10U All Stars have handily won two recent championships in quick succession—undefeated, no less.
Here are the students recognized for the Cedar Crest Middle School Honor Roll and Superior Honor Roll, and the Cedar Crest High School Principal’s List and Distinguished Principal’s List.
The Street Fair celebrated its 70th and final occurrence last year, but the community spirit that drove the fair from the start is alive and well in its successor event, the WGSH Auxiliary Festival of Theme Baskets.
American red oak supplied by Lebanon’s own Weaber Lumber was used by industrial design students to create these sleek furniture designs.
A July 12 meeting of the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service will take public attendees’ concerns into consideration.