Now, Aguirre has his sights set north of the border toward this weekend’s Toronto Open Taekwondo Championships
November’s edition of the monthly Downtown Lebanon First Friday Art Walk will have a strong Halloween influence.
Olivia Thorpe will now represent Pennsylvania at the national competition in Scottsdale, Arizona.
It’s Wednesday afternoon, and approximately two dozen students are huddled in a lab at Lebanon High School, each student stationed behind a computer playing the wildly popular video game, Overwatch.
In just under a month, Cumberland Street will be filled with the balloons, the sounds of marching bands, and of course, Santa Claus himself.
A 220,000-square-foot warehouse currently under construction in North Lebanon Township is expected to bring approximately 100 new jobs to the area.
According to an article from industry publication Freight Waves, YRC the parent company of Lebanon based New Penn, will undergo a reorganization.
Michael Schroeder, will face off against the Republican nominee, District Attorney Dave Arnold, in the special election scheduled for January 14.
LebTown will be hosting a happy hour at the Downtown Lounge in Lebanon this Thursday night, October 17, at 5:30pm.
Here’s what’s happening around the Lebanon Valley this weekend!
Those enrolled in the Pennsylvania’s Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) will have a new, more convenient means to purchase nutritious food.
We’re fortunate to live in a part of the country where fall is in full force, and there are plenty of ways to experience it: two of the best being festivals and local attractions.
Two Northern Lebanon High School students are currently missing and the Pennsylvania State Police are looking to the public for any possible tips.
If all goes according to plan, come November, Downtown Lebanon’s roster of bars and eateries will be seeing a new addition: The Red-Headed League Public House.
Here’s what happening around the Lebanon Valley this weekend!