On the morning of June 18, the Annville Free Library broke ground on an addition to its existing library building.
On June 11, 15 members of the Doc Fritchey Chapter of Trout Unlimited gathered on the east bank of Snitz Creek to plant more than 30 tree saplings.
Over the years, Larissa Ealy has served the Lebanon community as a firefighter and a chef.
Alisher Aminov, 18, and Zaelys DeArce, 19, of Lebanon, are running as independent candidates in the upcoming election. The teenagers are attempting to become the youngest council members in the history of Lebanon City.
Lebanon Valley College students held a “climate strike” in the Annville Square last month, part of Fridays For Future’s international day of action.
The Lebanon County Conservation District will host a spotted lanternfly field day Oct. 16 at the Quittapahilla Educational Wetland Preserve.
The team will host a fundraiser, “Gray Out for Brain Tumor Research,” at the game in honor of Senator Dave Arnold, CCHS ’89.
Two actors from the local area were recently cast for a Lebanon-based filmmaker’s upcoming superhero-style series.
Annubis Productions will have a casting call on Aug. 27 for the streaming series, Diakonia, which is to be shot in Lebanon by Erik Soulliard.
Future residents will enjoy local area and educational amenities, such as the Lebanon Expo Center and the Cornwall-Lebanon School District.
The Chestnut Street Log House will be open Wednesdays in August from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. They are always open by appointment.
Because the pieces take quite a bit of time to create, now is the time for those interested to start planning a potentially winning garment.
The American Dream Event has been canceled.