This weekend Friday October 26 to Sunday October 28, the Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds will be once again hosting the Annual Pennsylvania Powersports Show.
FEMA last remapped the county in 2012, but it was only so it could convert its paper maps to a digital format. There will be big differences between the existing map and what is currently being proposed because of new mapping technology.
With November 11th marking 100 years since Armistice was signed, this year’s Veterans Day Ceremony at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery is sure to be a moving one.
Nonprofit investigative news outlet ProPublica has compiled a database that explores racial disparities in public and charter school systems across the country.
All municipalities in Lebanon County, including the City of Lebanon, will hold trick or treat on October 31, with a rain date of November 1.
Mayor Sherry Capello said she will propose not opening the pool in 2019, and no council member expressed opposition, acknowledging that the cost of repairing the pool may not be realistic.
Yesterday in North Cornwall Township, a Hummelstown man, Tyler Brandt Dormer, was charged with homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence as a result of the March death of Karen Elizabeth Graham of Lebanon.
Thursday is the first day for the newest vendor to hit Lebanon’s Farmers Market, Wilbur’s Lil Donuts. We caught up with co-owner Will Horn via email about the decision.
The Lebanon County Commission for Women is seeking nominations in its annual Women’s Hall of Fame, which honors women who have made significant contributions to Lebanon County through their profession and/or volunteerism while serving as role models.
New Holland-based auction house Martin Auctioneers will hold its annual fall carriage auction at the Lebanon Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday this week (October 19 and 20).
A Hummelstown man was charged with homicide by vehicle while DUI for his involvement in a March 30 crash that took the life of a Lebanon woman.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower has always been an honorary Pennsylvanian, and those roots go much deeper than Gettysburg and Penn State.
Penn State announced yesterday that the College of Medicine has been awarded a $4m grant by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as part of its REACH program, an acronym for “Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health.”
Oct. 13 will forever become a special day for 32 men and women who are taking part in One Big Wedding at Calvary Chapel Lebanon at 1 p.m. on Saturday. The church will marry the 16 couples simultaneously in a ceremony called One Big Wedding, to be followed by a proper reception in the old schoolhouse’s cafeteria and gym.
With unseasonably warm weather and an especially wet summer, the West Nile threat in Lebanon County this summer has been both longer and more pronounced than in previous seasons.