In business since the 1960s, BHM Farm Equipment is sticking to its roots with old-fashioned customer service.
After closing in May, the North Cornwall Township eatery Cafe Panache opened its doors again after a groundswell of support from patrons.
The full-service commercial builder from South Lebanon Township works in multiple counties on small to large projects, from 1,000 to 150,000 square feet.
Modeled after the highly successful Tec Centro Lancaster, Ted Centro Lebanon will offer bilingual education and job skills training to those who are underemployed and others in need of a sustainable income.
After more than three decades of owning and operating the popular Franz’s Tavern & Restaurant, which can trace its roots to the 19th century, Todd and Belinda Kenee have put the neighborhood eatery on the market.
Community leaders and others remember the businessman and philanthropist, who died Dec. 16.
The 340-plus-acre Lancaster County farm, which dates from the Revolutionary War, is situated along Hopeland Road in the Brickerville area of Elizabeth Township.
The franchisees of the Lebanon County store, Matt and Kristie Patterson, own numerous other Jersey Mike’s in central Pennsylvania.
Turnout is expected to be heavier than normal for an off-year election because of elevated interest in school board races.
WellSpan’s 20,000 or so employees must receive their first vaccine dose by Dec. 1 and their second by Jan. 5, 2022, or lose their jobs. Exceptions will be granted for religious and medical reasons.
Zanetta Kok, who owns Sydney Roasting Co. with her husband, Kenny, said the Quentin Road site is about the same size as the previous location – 2,000 square feet or so – but is better laid out for a café.
A memorial honoring the chaplains of the nation’s armed forces and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will be dedicated Oct. 12 at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
Partnering with other Lebanon County organizations, the nonprofit is part of the United Way project Pipelines and Pathways to Success; its self-described purpose is to address poverty “one family at a time.”
The organization provides support at a schoolwide, group and individual level. It’s a holistic approach, targeting both the academic and nonacademic needs of students.
They were among 72 Pennsylvania municipalities receiving nearly $5 million total in the final batch of first-round payments under the American Rescue Plan Act’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery program.