Pony window visits, call bell bingo, and staff-organized parades are just a few of the ways nursing homes are keeping residents entertained.
Best practices for keeping data secure while working from home, from local financial, insurance, and tech professionals.
Two rounds of SBA loans from the national CARES Act have helped secure the paychecks of thousands of workers across the county.
Arthur Funk & Sons and Woodland Contractors are among the Lebanon County firms set to resume projects this week.
How the state and local health systems are trying to better identify who may be at risk of contracting the coronavirus.
Representatives from WellSpan Health, Lebanon Veterans Affairs Medical Center, UPMC Pinnacle, and Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center spoke to LebTown regarding the fight against COVID-19.
A primer on the resources currently available to local small businesses struggling to stay afloat during these uncertain times.
Businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible for financial relief from the state or federal government, with a number of Lebanon County businesses vying for these programs.
With a surge in demand, Seltzer’s Smokehouse Meats is hiring temporary workers and implementing changes to keep its workforce safe from COVID-19.
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.