Tony’s Mining Company, the iconic restaurant in Cornwall, closed in April but will most likely re-open with new owners later this year.
Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts newest exhibit, Art for Healing, will debut during the First Friday Art Walk, May 7, from 5 to 8 p.m. The exhibit is on display at LVCOA’s Gallery 770, 770 Cumberland Street, Lebanon.
The Rodeway Inn/Clarion Hotel at Quentin Road and Poplar Street (625 Quentin Road), Lebanon, has been rebranded as Hammock Hotel Lebanon Hershey.
Champ’s Barber School will open in May in downtown Lebanon. It will be located at 37 South 8th Street; the former location of Edible Arrangements and Cedar Book and Card Shop.
LVCOA will unveil its April exhibit, Heart and Soul: Art that Comes from the Heart – Art that Speaks to the Soul, during the First Friday Art Walk.
Lebanon topped Ownerly’s recently-released ranking of the Top 10 Cities for Remote Workers.
The first of two 110-unit apartment buildings, a Fairfield Inn by Marriott and a restaurant, Mick’s All American Pub, are all now under construction at North Cornwall Commons.
Nearly 50 area business leaders attended a federal legislative update hosted by the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce Friday, March 12.
Essential baby care items are available for safe, contactless pickup at any of Align’s four locations throughout Lancaster and Lebanon counties.
LE’s Cupcakes and Fat Puppy Coffee Roasters were part of a grand opening event Feb. 5 at Main Street Mercantile, Myerstown.
Londonderry Village and its onsite pharmacy, Hershey Long-term Care Pharmacy, hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for independent living residents. During the two-day clinic, 377 residents received the first of two doses of the vaccine.
Under the Bridge Hard Cider opened its tasting room and cidery in downtown Lebanon in December 2019. Over the last 10 months the small-batch craft cidery has pivoted to create a platform for online sales and offering pick-up and carry-out sales of sample packs and bottles at the tasting room.
Myerstown Vitality Partnership has entered into an agreement with Customers Bank to create a streamlined application process for local businesses to apply for the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program loans.
Recipients include the Lebanon Rescue Mission, Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine, the Caring Cupboard in Palmyra, and the Jonestown Outreach PantrY.
A fun night out at Stumpy’s Hatchet House in Lancaster last year turned out to be a business opportunity for two Annville couples.