A 2001 graduate of Lebanon Valley College, Rep. Bryan Cutler has been selected house majority leader by his peers.
Santa will be available for visits at the Lebanon Valley Mall next (Black) Friday from 12pm to 8pm.
David and Erin Horst have purchased Lebanon-based Kleinfelter’s Auction Inc, with settlement having took place last month.
The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission reminded folks this week that December 1 is the deadline for nominations of properties or locations with historical significance for consideration in the State Historical Marker Program for 2019.
The 8th annual Governor Dick Bouldering Competition will be held this weekend as a fundraiser for the park.
The 12th annual Give Thanks for Lebanon 5K/10K will be held this Saturday just before the Community of Lebanon Association’s Holiday Parade.
The Quittapahilla Audubon Society invites all to come out on Sunday at 9am for a guided walk of the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail, with a focus on local birdwatching.
New details have come to light about apparent engineering shortcuts Sunoco is taking in its rush to get the new pipeline capacity up and running.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
Harrisburg-based journalist Nick Malawskey posted a picture today of the recently-renovated Mammal Hall at the State Museum of Pennsylvania, drawing to our attention the fact that the exhibit’s groundhog scene takes place in Lebanon County.
With this year marking a century since the Armistice agreement ended hostilities in World War One, we take a look at how Lebanon, PA experienced the Great War.
Officials at Swatara State Park shared a photo of an illegal dumping of over 100 tires at the Lickdale Trailhead Boat Launch of the Swatara Creek.
The Community of Lebanon Association’s 2nd Annual Holiday Lights in the Park begins in just a couple weeks, with the light show remaining open through December.
A 55 percent turnout is expected for Lebanon County, according to Michael Anderson, director at Lebanon County Bureau of Elections and Voter Registration.
No need to hypothesize which Giant Food Stores location will be selling beer and possibly wine. The answer is both, pending further approvals.