The Cedar Crest alumna shares her story in the 152-page hardcover book and E-book released earlier this month.
Hammock Worldwide, the owner of the Hammock Hotel Lebanon Hershey, is reviewing options to redevelop a portion of the hotel property.
Be prepared to experience a chilling adventure when you visit Schaefferstown’s carnival grounds this Halloween season. The area at the corner of Locust and West Oak streets in Schaefferstown has morphed into The Haunt, an immersive haunted attraction.
What was a hobby for Forrest Hoffert is now a business. Lebanon Indoor Archery and Supplies at 2 E. Lehman St. Suite 1, Lebanon was inspired by Hoffert’s long-time love of the sport. It opened June 2 and offers archery supplies and several types of indoor ranges.
Aguero Family Outlet, a retailer offering overstock items at discounted prices, opened at 840 Chestnut Street, Lebanon about a year-and-a-half ago.
Car enthusiasts may want to head out to Keller Bros. Ford Saturday for a car show. The free event, which will feature a variety of vehicles, will be held from 1 to 7 p.m. at the dealership, 1030 Shaeffer Rd., Lebanon.
An open house has not yet been set, but Karen Groh, the Chamber’s president and CEO, said it will most likely be sometime in November.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce and three Lancaster County chambers — Manheim, Elizabethtown and Northern Lancaster County — will host a members-only event, Chamberpalooza, from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23.
Zinn Insurance is relocating its Lebanon office to a larger facility. In conjunction with the relocation, the insurance agency also unveiled a new logo.
Kathryn “Katie” Sandoe will transition from board chair to executive director of Girls on the Run of Lancaster and Lebanon Sept. 1.
Artist Aurelis Figueroa, who serves on the LVCOA’s board, worked with participants during a two-week summer mosaic camp to create the mural.
Little Bee’s Preschool has opened its doors at 101 South Railroad Street, Myerstown. It is located in a 715-square-foot space on the top floor of Myerstown’s Community Center.
The Lebanon area has a connection to the original Star Trek series—the late Walter Matthews “Matt” Jeffries” designed the studio model of the Starship Enterprise, a.k.a. U.S.S. Enterprise.
The GEF collection station differs from other stations in several ways, but perhaps the most noticeable difference is the solar panels.
HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, finalized the sale of its Lebanon campus building to the City of Lebanon June 29. The sale price of the 65,000-square-foot three-story building at 735 Cumberland Street, Lebanon is $2.2 million.