Those who frequent the Giant in Lebanon will now be able to pick up groceries without setting foot inside the store, or even leaving their vehicle.
State Representative Frank Ryan (R-101) has backed a bipartisan bill that would see Pennsylvania joining twenty other states in doing away with the death penalty.
The 7th annual Spinstock Flow Arts Festival will take place next month at Coleman’s Park.
Lebanon Valley College plans to remove the Arnold Sports Center’s Wellness Pool to make way for a new speech language pathology clinic.
On Saturday, Lebanon Valley College Women’s Lacrosse defeated the Stevenson Mustangs to claim the program’s first-ever MAC Commonwealth title.
No matter how you plan on celebrating Star Wars Day, it’s worth noting that the Lebanon Valley has some connections to a galaxy far, far away.
Republican legislators are calling for the resignation of Lebanon County Republican Committee Chairman Casey Long.
The work of late, local artist Gary Zitkus will be on display as part of Lebanon’s First Friday Art Walk.
According to U.S. News & World Report, Palmyra Area Senior High School is among the top 100 high schools in Pennsylvania.
Compass Mark, an organization that works to prevent addiction and has offices in Lebanon and Lancaster, recently started offering a new program.
Lebanon County has the distinction of being the fastest growing county from 2017-2018 according to research conducted by the Pennsylvania State Data Center.
On June 8, the roads throughout Lebanon County will become the course for the Tour de Lebanon Valley.
The 23rd Annual United Way of Lebanon County Day of Caring will be taking place around the county on April 27.
In front of about 50 people gathered at the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Sherry Capello officially opened The Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence.
Walk With A Cop is a free event held several times a year that is designed to teach children ages 6-12 about health and safety.