Witches in Myerstown will be held October 13 at the Tulpehocken Manor (648 W Lincoln Ave).
Fort Indiantown Gap is once again a frontier of sorts with the forested area serving as a major barrier preventing the further spread of the invasive insect, the spotted lanternfly.
When brewery historian Rich Wagner began writing about beer in Pennsylvania in 1980, there were only 9 breweries in the state. Sue Bowman for Lancaster Farming on his talk at the historical society earlier this month.
For the Daily News, Daniel Walmer looks at how local districts are adding creativity to science-focused education.
If you missed the harvest fest in Schaefferstown earlier this month, worry not: You’ve got another chance to celebrate the autumn spirit. On October 13 from 10am to 3pm, the Friends of Coleman Park will be hosting the park’s 16th annual Harvest Fest.
A crowded room at Lancaster City Council erupting in applause as the board voted 6-1 in favor of decriminalization of marijuana.
Daniel Walmer reporting from the courtroom says that co-defendant Charles Holloway claimed yesterday in testimony that last fall’s crime was entirely organized and acted out by Scott Kirchner.
The WellSpan Health board of directors has named Roxanna L. Gapstur as the new president and CEO. WellSpan is one of the largest private employers in Lebanon County.
With the the goal of reducing $1.6 million in academic and organizational costs, a preliminary report recommends the discontinuation of French, German, philosophy and religion majors.
The trial for one of the men charged with the murder of Lebanon man last year began yesterday at the Municipal Building with jury selection under the judgeship of Samuel Kline.
Andrew Kulp visits a new Palmyra foodstand offering gyros, shawarma, falafel and shish kabob – not exactly staples of the average Lebanon County diet.
Registration closes soon for the third annual Better Together event, created by local philanthropist and career nurse Jeanne Arnold.
In a video shared by Lebanon Valley College last week, viewers are taken behind the scenes of the 5-year-old partnership between the college and Snitz Creek Brewery around Flying Dutchmen Ale.
With his mom’s help and his school’s backing, Alisher Aminov is bringing LEGO education to the greater Lebanon Valley.
A vehicle collision on Route 422 this morning briefly shut down the road while rescue crews moved the vehicles and removed an individual who had been pinned into one of the cars by the force of the impact.