Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts’ public art installation “Fish Out of Water” is wrapping up with an auction of the artfully decorated fish that were part of the exhibit.
A new effort has been launched by Downtown Lebanon to help improve the looks of the downtown area.
Lebanon Family Health Services is hosting its 30th annual Travel & Leisure Auction Nov. 13.
The Myerstown Vitality Partnership and the Borough are seeking a developer to provide a plan for the possible re-use of the borough building as a community center.
Foster closest Adoption Swaption has assisted more than 100 families so far this year – rapid and needed growth for a local effort just two years old.
LVCA received news mid-July that it will now receive program funding from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. It’s a big step for the 50-year-old arts organization.
Progressive Playground is the latest area in the city of Lebanon to get a new look via public art. Installation of a mosaic mural at the playground was completed at the end of July.
Commissioned by A&M owner David Warner Jr. and painted by Lebanon mural artist Katie Trainer from a design created by Warner’s spouse, Kristine, the mural serves as a welcome to those arriving in Campbelltown.
Alayna Harrell, a 2020 Annville-Cleona High School graduate, is continuing her service to the agriculture community as an officer for the Pennsylvania State FFA organization.
Lebanon Valley Council of the Arts will host its First Friday Art Walk from 5 to 8 p.m., July 3 in downtown Lebanon, unveiling its “Fish Out of Water” public art installation.
Three decades ago, there were just three bald eagle nests in the state. Now, there are over 300.
Albert Nazeeri, a physics student at Caltech, has found a new procedure to disinfect N95 masks.
The nursing homes have managed to keep COVID-19 infections among staff and residents to a minimum, with Londonderry Village reporting zero cases.
Gombach was tapped in mid-May, and previously served as director of development and marketing of Habitat for Humanity Berks County.
Some community pools have already decided to close for the season while others will make a decision sometime in June.