Jonathan Peifer, a brick mason from Myerstown, was 19 years old when he enlisted for service in the 93rd. He was wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville.
They became known as the 93rd Pennsylvania Volunteers, or the Lebanon Infantry, and their history has been kept alive today through organizations such as the Perseverance Fire Company and the Perseverance Band of Lebanon.
A public auction of milk bottles and dairy-related items is set for Saturday, June 12, at Lebanon Area Fairgrounds.
Mount Gretna’s iconic eatery struggled to get by with all the pandemic-related restrictions of 2020, but 2021 is looking up for the Jigger Shop.
Some candidates for the judge’s seat are attempting to smear their opponents.
Ed Krebs hopes to win special election to represent the 48th District and build consensus between parties.
Tim McMaster hopes to win special election to represent the 48th District and “make Harrisburg less powerful.”
“Personally, I don’t go downstairs to the restroom after dark,” a woman who works at Lebanon Farmers Market said. “I can’t put my finger on it, but it just doesn’t feel right.”
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.