Shuey spoke with LebTown about the inspiration behind the book, the process of writing it, and how readers can get their hands on it.
George “Gzo” Rodriguez, co-founder of Sweep the Streets, shared with LebTown what competitors and spectators alike can look forward to this August.
The commission unanimously voted to recommend the board of supervisors move forward with the plan without reconstructing the right-turn taper along the south lane of Quentin Road into a right-turn lane.
As the entry deadline approaches, Lori Voight shared how youth ag competitions can positively impact youth, their families, and their communities.
7th Street Bar & Grill is set to open to the public on Monday, June 26. The bar and restaurant soft-launched on Wednesday, June 21.
At their June 15 meeting, the commissioners thanked Carol Davies, administrator of AAA, for more than three decades of service.
West Main Street in Annville will bustle with an anticipated 6,000 to 8,000 people, 150 vendors, and two stages with live music.
“He’s here. We [are] still here, fighting,” Sarai Millan, Jariel Hiraldo’s mother, said. “It’s just the beginning.”
Jesús A. Rivera, owner of Rivera’s Auto Spa LLC, sat down with LebTown and shared how he got to where he is today.
The Lebanon County Dairy Promotion Program held its 51st annual Lebanon County Dairy Princess coronation on the evening of May 6.
Gretna Music’s executive director spoke with LebTown about the season, featuring 14 mainstage concerts, world premieres, and free events.
The lineup includes a partnership with the Hershey Symphony, an autobiographical show with Marc Summers, and more.
From 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on April 28, LCCWA will hold its first annual Arbor Day event at the south pavilion of South Hills Park.
The team raised about $860 for Jariel Hiraldo through a special donation at recent varsity and junior varsity basketball games.
The old Avon firehouse is getting a new chance to serve the Lebanon community as First Aid & Safety Patrol’s new EMS station.