Childhood memories of trips to Mt. Gretna’s Jigger Shop are likely shared by more Lebanon residents than just about any other experience. After all, the business has been in operation for nearly 125 years.
The red, brick-enclosure barn at the intersection of Rocherty and Cornwall Roads is a useful landmark for navigation, but what’s the story behind the property?
Coleman Memorial Park’s event calendar ensures no shortage of things to do in 2019.
At the former address of a beloved Lebanon restaurant, a new business is under construction: a T-Mobile store.
For Lebanon citizens, the beautiful stone church at 124 South 10th Street likely needs no introduction. But the story behind one of its longest-standing June traditions is deeply connected to the founding of Lebanon itself.
On Saturday, June 8th, the Annville Free Library will oversee a fundraising event in the form of a five-kilometer (5K) race.
Among the handful of Cornwall villages that developed while work in the Iron Banks flourished, Toytown, as it is commonly known, was built in quite a different way.
Last Friday, May 18, the annual Echo Taps ceremony took place at the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
A new bicycle pump and repair station opened to the public outside the Lebanon Farmers Market this past Friday, May 17th.
The annual WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital (GSH) Auxiliary Street Fair, which ran for 70 years until 2018, will be replaced this year with a new type of fundraiser.
The hills of Mt. Gretna will soon be alive with lots and lots of music, according to Gretna Music’s new 2019 summer performance schedule.
Lebanon’s performing arts group the Steitz City Players (SCP) has announced its upcoming production of the musical “Godspell” to be held in August.
If you’re looking for something to do before Mother’s Day, check out the 1st Annual Rusty Gold Antique and Artisan Show, which will be held Saturday, May 11th at the Lebanon Expo Center.
Local caterer Savory Occasions is soon ready to open its first brick-and-mortar cafe at 123 East Main Street in Palmyra.
Local author David Bohr’s first novel “The Pride of Central,” a baseball tale set here in Lebanon County, is an impressive entry into the genre.