Christopher Gebhard hopes to win special election to represent the 48th District and lead fight to curtail governor’s power.
Not everyone is happy with the way trustees of the Clarence Schock Memorial Park at Governor Dick are managing the forest there, and some folks would like to see the 1,105-acre park under new management.
The source of the mysterious “vroom” sounds in the area of Fort Indiantown Gap are still a puzzle for some people, while others are convinced they know the origins of the noise.
“If people are observant, they’ll see eagles pretty routinely in Lebanon County,” a state game warden told LebTown.
The unidentified sound seems to be coming from the vicinity of the Pennsylvania National Guard base at Fort Indiantown Gap, but details about its point of origin are elusive.
Local GOP chief says Mayor Capello’s ‘strong leadership and vision’ for the city benefits all of Lebanon County.
The wealthiest of Lebanon Valley College’s former students owes his fortune to the global popularity of a sweet chocolate and hazelnut spread.
The Gretna Arts Safety Plan, or GASP, which will focus its energies on making Mount Gretna “a safer place for visitors and residents,” addressing COVID concerns as well as other safety issues.
The 14-year-old Lebanon girl was brutally assaulted before her death in 1968, but her killer has never been prosecuted.
Wherever possible, Jim McAteer has collected the name, rank, unit, birth and death dates, parents, spouses, children, place of death and gravesite of every veteran from turn-of-the-century conflicts with ties to Lebanon County.
Two local businesses have joined forces to create a pair of ales flavored with pastry desserts.
Brett Holland, whose first term as board chairman was marred by pandemic restrictions, hopes to see local commerce on the upswing in 2021.
The statue, which has stood in Lebanon since its dedication in 1940, is one of two called “The Hiker” to honor Spanish-American War veterans.
The radio station went silent on or before Dec. 5, 2019, and appears to have resumed broadcasts on Nov. 19, 2020.
Pandemic changes but doesn’t stop annual holiday food baskets for needy families in Lebanon Middle School community.