The Lebanon VA Medical Center held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday morning for the hospital’s new Medical-Surgical Unit.
This Saturday night, Annville’s Allen Theatre will be offering an opportunity that local cinephiles won’t be able to pass up: a screening of the award-winning independent film, Meme.
The Lebanon County Builders Association will hold its 48th annual Home and Garden Show next week, February 20-23.
Gretna Theatre will be putting on a special performance of Tom Quinn’s No Easy Road To Freedom: A Lesson In American Diversity at the Lebanon County Historical Society on February 26.
During the month of April, Prismatic Ink Tattoos in Lebanon will be offering semicolon tattoos starting at $30, with $10 dollars from each tattoo donated to Compeer of Lebanon County to help raise suicide and PTSD awareness among the local active and veteran military community.
The Jett Foundation’s annual, cross-country cycling fundraiser will stop in Lebanon.
Lebanon County is home to some of its own groundhogs and unique Groundhog Day celebrations which will take place this Saturday.
Beginning this weekend, The Allen Theatre in Annville will be holding its annual Western Film Series.
With it being so cold lately, there are very few outdoor activities that sound like good ideas. However, it is the perfect type of weather for some ice sculpting.
Palmyra’s Boy Scouts of America Troop 456 will celebrate its 60th anniversary and welcome a new, all-girl troop.
Following periods of snow on Tuesday, the Polar Vortex will move into the area bringing with it very cold temperatures.
Subs and pretzel sandwiches are on the menu for the Quentin Volunteer Fire Company’s fundraiser through R&K Subs.
PennDOT will begin issuing REAL IDs in March
It’s almost that time of year, where droves of people will make their way to Saint Cecilia’s Catholic Church at 120 E Lehman Street in Lebanon to purchase delicious, deep fried fastnachts as a part of the church’s annual sale.
This Sunday, the Allen Theatre in Annville will be offering an afternoon of documentaries with local significance.