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.
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.