The apartments are part of 81-acre North Cornwall Commons, a mixed-use development in North Cornwall Township that also includes townhomes, retail, office and hospitality space.
Paula Wolf worked for 31 years as a general assignment reporter, sports columnist, and editorial writer for LNP Media. A graduate of Franklin & Marshall College, she is a lifetime resident of Lancaster County.
Lebanon County recognizes Veterans Day: Drive-thru ceremony at Fairgrounds, local discounts, virtual events
In Lebanon County as in much of the United States, most Veterans Days ceremonies have been canceled because of restrictions brought on by COVID-19. So, elected officials are improvising.
Cedar Crest AD Chris Groff to become CCHS principal this month
Cornwall-Lebanon School District didn’t have to go far to find a new principal for Cedar Crest High School.
Vanessa Williams to perform in livestream concert hosted by Gretna Theatre
Gretna Theatre is presenting critically acclaimed singer and actress Vanessa Williams in a special livestreamed virtual concert Saturday, Dec. 5.
CLA celebrates 2020 Business Person of the Year and Volunteer Service Award winners with virtual ceremony
Businesswoman Melody Vincent and volunteer Jeff Shirk were honored for their outstanding civic contributions by the Community of Lebanon Association at a small awards ceremony Oct. 21 shown on Facebook.
Virtual conservation learning circle to be held for women farmers in county
With nearly 301 million acres of U.S. land farmed or co-farmed by women, the American Farmland Trust wants to them to know about the wide-ranging resources available.
Six Lebanon County houses to be included in Virtual Parade of Homes
Six houses in Lebanon County of varying sizes, styles and price points will be included in the Building Industry Association of Lancaster County’s first Virtual Parade of Homes event, kicking off Oct. 24.
Horst Signs receives state development loan to expand Myerstown facility
A Lebanon County sign manufacturer has been approved for a low-interest loan of $1.21 million through the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority.
Lebanon Family Health Services to conduct STI testing clinic
Lebanon Family Health Services is conducting a clinic Monday, Oct. 26, for free testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections.
A bracelet that single-handedly merges two causes
Do you support Black Lives Matter? How about your local police? Two young men from Lebanon believe it doesn’t have to be a choice.
Sean Spicer to speak at Lebanon GOP Fall Dinner on Oct. 14 in Richland
Former Trump White House press secretary Sean Spicer will be the guest speaker at the Lebanon GOP Fall Dinner on Oct. 14 at Willow Springs Park in Richland.
Gretna Music to host classical pianist/vocalist Simone Dinnerstein for Saturday performa Gretna Playhouse
On the heels of its wildly successful concert by jazz great Wynton Marsalis and his septet, Gretna Music is presenting classical pianist/vocalist Simone Dinnerstein this Saturday, Oct. 10, at Mount Gretna Playhouse.
Preserving what might be Lebanon’s last remaining American elm tree, with roots in history dating to Washington
Lebanon’s stately, centuries-old American elm tree, believed to be the only one left in the city, is getting rejuvenated.
Wynton Marsalis septet to perform in Gretna; limited tickets available
Wynton Marsalis is coming to Gretna Playhouse this weekend for two limited-seating concerts.
19th century Cornwall Iron Furnace steam engine gets needed overhaul
While Cornwall Iron Furnace is closed to the public because of COVID-19, its mid-19th century steam engine is getting some much-needed work done on it.