The nationwide shortage of personal protective equipment has area crafters firing up their sewing machines in an effort to sew fabric masks to donate to healthcare workers and emergency responders.
Fans of the PBS show “Antiques RoadShow” may have noticed a piece with local connections on a recent broadcast.
Penn State Extension will host “Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities” Oct. 20 and 21 in downtown Lebanon.
Both the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Lebanon, Lebanon’s Main Street organization, have been working to keep businesses up-to-date on the mandates to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Craft beer continues to be produced at Snitz Creek in Lebanon and served at the brewpub there, with kegs now also sent to the newly-rebranded Snitz Creek at 1805 Fisher Ave.
Former NFL player Jared Odrick plans to donate a 12-foot tall cast bronze sculpture entitled “Conversations with Myself” to his alma mater, Lebanon High School.
Dutch-Way Farm Markets has watched corporate supermarkets gobble up independent grocers around it. Owner Jason Bennett explains why Dutch-Way is different.
If you’ve been in Downtown Lebanon on a Friday night recently, you may have run into the Fun Friday crew. Here’s the story on how this community program took off.
The Arnold Health Professions Pavilion provides flexible classroom space, observation rooms, and flexible faculty office space.