No need to hypothesize which Giant Food Stores location will be selling beer and possibly wine. The answer is both, pending further approvals.
The culmination of a process that began in January 2017, the Cedar Crest High School Student Council will host the Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils this week for the group’s annual convention, beginning Thursday and ending Saturday with most activities at the Evergreen Road high school campus.
With recent news of increased military presence at the Mexcian border, it’s an opportune time to recall when Pennsylvania played a key role in earlier defense of that boundary line.
Just about every place I’ve lived, underground passages have captured the public imagination. Lebanon is no exception.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
Bouchette Vineyards has moved upstairs at the Lebanon Farmers Market to the mezzanine level, or second floor, allowing the stand to sell wine and ciders by the glass.
Lebanon has another public mural, thanks to the organizers of the Mural-90 project.
Based at two “encampments” in downtown Lebanon, campaign organizers and volunteers will be effectively homeless from Friday at 6am to Saturday at noon.
Penn-Live’s Jan Murphy explores campaign contributions from regional convenience stores.
You probably won’t see election results in next Wednesday’s paper.
The Lebanon County Commissioners recognized local man Ken Long yesterday for his replacement of more than 120 headstones of American military vets in Lebanon County.
We have more details on tonight’s interfaith memorial Shabbat service, which will begin at 7:30pm at Congregation Beth Israel (411 South 8th St).
If you hear some loud booms this weekend, worry not: It’s just the Gap.
On Sunday November 25 from 1pm to 4pm, visitors will be welcomed at Lebanon’s Chestnut Street Log House (1110 Chestnut Street), where they will have an opportunity to sit by the fire, enjoy some refreshments, and enjoy the story of this special building.
Charges were announced this week against a now divorced Pennsylvania couple who allegedly defrauded a disabled vet of hundreds of thousands of dollars while he was permanently hospitalized at the Lebanon Veterans Affairs Medical Center (known commonly as the VA).