Friends and colleagues remembered Eckert, 82, as an amazingly gifted craftsman in many areas. “He was really something,” said Bill Ross, who knew Eckert since the 1970s.
The first of six seminars on the topic of advance care planning and related topics will be held in-person and virtually at the church on March 21.
After being promoted by the Lebanon County Commissioners, Litz takes over as warden for the retiring Robert Karnes. She first began working at the prison as a 19-year-old.
Grants to businesses will be awarded in $5,000 increments up to $50,000, depending on lost revenue and expenses, Susan Eberly, president and CEO of LVEDC, told LebTown.
Twenty or so soldiers from the Pennsylvania National Guard were honored Feb. 7 at a welcome home ceremony at the Lebanon Readiness Center.
Girls on the Run of Lancaster and Lebanon is back, with modifications to provide pandemic safety.
Sgt. Maj. Jon B. Worley, a Fredericksburg resident and former chief of the Fort Indiantown Gap Police Department, has been chosen as the ninth senior enlisted adviser for the Pennsylvania National Guard.
“The Hispanic Business Association will unify the City of Lebanon’s Hispanic businesses to create a platform to support, educate, promote and provide resource opportunities for the purpose of integrating the Hispanic business community into the Lebanon economy,” according to its mission statement.
Phase one of the three-phase vaccination plan, targeting critical care workers and others, is ongoing. When the vaccine will be available to the general population is unknown.
In the midst of COVID-19, an increasing number of children with mental health crises are coming through emergency rooms. At WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital, Kits of Comfort & Joy are being put together to help.
The 24th annual Lebanon Bologna Drop on New Year’s Eve is closed to the public in person but will be livestreamed.
Longtime teacher and coach Rick Dissinger is the new athletic director at Cedar Crest High School.
Reflecting the debate over police policies and actions throughout the country, participants in Lebanon Mayor Sherry Capello’s community conversation Monday night shared a wide range of perspectives.
The Age Wave Initiative Advance Care Planning Coalition seeks to spread the word, to educate people across Lebanon County about end-of-life issues.
The conversation will share what improvements have been made to police training and procedures since the June 4 protest after the death of George Floyd.