Pucillo’s Pizza & Pasta, at 1032 South 5th Ave., served its customers from Lebanon County and beyond for the last time on Nov. 1.
Bonnie L. Loy and others are preparing to place wreaths on veterans’ graves at the Covenant Greenwood Ebenezer Cemetery on Dec. 17.
Looking for something to do this month? The Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds is offering more than a dozen events.
Amber Higgins and Darian Blauch, owners of The Caffeination Station, expect the venue, located at 707 East Broad St. in Palmyra, to open in early December.
The competition, which was held on Oct. 19 at The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce, located at 989 Quentin Rd., awarded a total of $8,000 to local business plans and pitches.
Lebanon Community Theatre will present Frankenstein on Oct. 20-23 and Oct. 28-30, just in time for Halloween.
Residents urge public involvement in planning process; officials say new zoning code up to modern standards.
Bob Hoch’s Home Furnishings, located at 301 Willow St. in Lebanon, will close its doors after 64 years – after it sells the rest of the furniture on its floor and in its two 10,000-square-foot warehouses.
Trick-or-Treat Night is Oct. 27 in Lebanon County. Looking for other things to do this fall? We’ve got you covered.
Members of LVCOA recently grouted, polished, and applied the finishing touches of paint to their 2022 mosaic mural.
The Doc Fritchey chapter of Trout Unlimited was awarded a $10,000 Healing the Planet Grant sponsored by Giant Corporation (Giant Foods).
The 48th annual Mount Gretna Art Show welcomed almost 9,000 people through its gates on Aug. 20 and Aug. 21.
Since their reign began in June, Evelyn Troutman and Mackenzie Thomas have promoted dairy products and the industry throughout Lebanon County.
The Mum Farm, located at 823 Ono Rd. in Jonestown, opened for its fall season at 9 a.m. Aug. 11.
Supervisors Gibble, Lloyd, and Tulli now have 90 days to vote on the revocation of the current zoning ordinance and map and the adoption of the new ones.