The famed Tonight Show host and friend Betty White were two celebrities of classic television to have some ties to the Lebanon and Lancaster area.
Thanks to the strong support of our members, the LebTown newsroom is excited to begin publishing longer historical features again beginning in March.
The Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area just south of Kleinfeltersville is bustling with tens of thousands of snow geese and other migratory birds — a seasonal spectacle that human visitors flock to as well.
Fasnachts, the sugary, fried donuts customarily prepared and eaten on Shrove Tuesday, are a Pennsylvania Dutch staple in Lebanon County.
Between rolling fields, forest paths, and wide-open riverside trails, the Susquehanna region is hardly lacking in sights to see from the perch of a bicycle seat.
Thanks to the work of the nonprofit Campbelltown Community Alliance, new signs welcoming traffic into the community have been installed by the side of Route 322 at either end of the village.
Though the summer season is long over, YMCA Camp Rocky Creek of Cornwall recently saw a bustling day of activity as employees of Charter Homes & Neighborhoods volunteered their time and effort in a number of maintenance and improvement projects.
On Thursday, November 4, officials, artists, and community members gathered at the Remembrance Garden at Stoever’s Dam Park to dedicate a mosaic in remembrance of those lost to suicide and in the hopes of future prevention.
The series of games between the youth football programs of Palmyra Area School District and Northern Lebanon School District will kick off on Saturday at 3 p.m.
After Camp Shand was purchased by Lebanon County for $725,000 last year, the transfer of the Cornwall summer camp was celebrated on Wednesday with the new name of “Camp Rocky Creek.”
How many of Lebanon County’s 32 roadside historical markers are you familiar with? From a Revolutionary War outpost to a unique renting arrangement involving roses, here are six that we’re betting you haven’t heard about before.
In one of the most striking property transformations in the history of the Lebanon Valley, the lavish Gilded Age estate of John Percy Coleman Alden was transformed in the 1950s into a holiday complex for some 20,000 members of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union of America.
Many American men and women have given their lives up for their country, displaying incredible fortitude and bravery in the face of war. Lebanon can claim one particularly extraordinary man among the country’s heroes: Navy Chaplain George S. Rentz.
The iconic barrel-shaped stand will open at 10 a.m. for the “grand re-opening celebration” and stay open until 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 5.
During the heyday of amateur sports in the Lebanon Valley, one Fredericksburg baseball team rose from amateur games to a national semi-pro tournament, state championships, and more. This is the story of the College Hill Chix.