Lebanon’s “mom and pop” businesses have until 5 p.m. Sept. 25 to apply for a forgivable loan in the second round of allocations from the city’s Small Business Recovery Assistance Fund.
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.
$330M Bell & Evans plant to be operational by late 2021
Poultry producer Bell & Evans is constructing a new 411,500-square-foot organic certified chicken harvesting facility on its Fredericksburg campus.
Ebenezer Beautification adapts & keeps Memorial Garden plan moving ahead
The garden at Jay Street and Old Ebenezer Road will be highlighted by a central flagpole surrounded by bricks, benches, flowers and trees.
130 Lebanon residents form first local NAACP chapter, set six goals
The Lebanon County branch of the NAACP is closer to a reality, thanks to a persistent organizing effort. The chapter will hold its first meeting Oct. 1.
Ruby Tuesday now ‘ghost kitchen’ for delivery-focused seafood franchise
In Lebanon, the Ruby Tuesday at 1351 Quentin Road is a ghost kitchen for The Captain’s Boil, a seafood franchise based in Canada.
First phase of CARES Act grant applications open through Sept. 15
Lebanon County’s small businesses, nonprofits, and others can now apply for coronavirus relief grants.
Lebanon Valley College’s Arnold Gallery gifted 45 nineteenth-century paintings
The Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery at Lebanon Valley College has received a major donation of 45 landscape paintings, most of them 19th-century American works, from Hilary Peery Vesell of Hershey.
American Heart Association, WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital address steep drop in emergency visits during pandemic
If you’re experiencing the symptoms of a heart attack or stroke, the American Heart Association (AHA) and WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital have a loud and clear message: Call 911. Now.
Modified Hinkelfest scheduled for September
Organizers decided to cancel the majority of the 2020 Hinkelfest Chicken Festival, but a pared-down version is still set for Sept. 19-20.
Lebanon, Lancaster school districts launch virtual education awareness campaign
The message for parents who are considering cyber learning in the COVID era is to contact their school district first to see what’s available.
United Way, WellSpan lead initiative to prepare county school districts for mask shortage
As Lebanon County children get ready to start the school year, local health and community organizations are working together to make sure they have a steady supply of cloth masks.
Lowrider bike display, new Fish Out of Water pieces, and more planned for August’s First Friday
This month’s First Friday Lebanon Art Walk is tonight, and LebTown is here with all you need to know about the festivities.
South Annville Hershey warehouse to receive $105K in state funding
The center, on Killinger Road, will expand the company’s fulfilment and warehousing capabilities to serve the U.S. market. It also will support Hershey’s manufacturing facilities and its distribution center in Palmyra.
Ribbon cutting ceremony set for much-needed Maple St. rental homes
A Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting for the Maple Street project is scheduled for 11 a.m. on Tuesday, July 28.
‘Feeding the Frontliners’ initiative comes to an end, returns unused funds to county coffers
Over about seven weeks, starting in late May, the initiative provided 2,465 meals, gift cards and desserts for first responders and healthcare personnel serving Lebanon County during the COVID-19 pandemic.