July 22, WellSpan Philhaven will open its newly expanded inpatient unit at its Mt. Gretna campus to patients.
Zweier’s has become a staple of the community—especially in south Lebanon—and not just because of its milk, bread and eggs.
American red oak supplied by Lebanon’s own Weaber Lumber was used by industrial design students to create these sleek furniture designs.
A substantial crowd congregated around the storefront of Herbology, 815 Cumberland Street, Lebanon, this morning as the medical marijuana dispensary—the first in Lebanon County—opened its doors.
Zala’s Rolled Ice Cream opened June 18 in Lebanon.
The former Sonic in North Londonderry Township has been vacant for several years, with rumors circulating about what will replace it.
A newly renovated Fine Wine & Good Spirits at the east end of town has been open for a few weeks now following its brief closure and relocation this winter.
Work is beginning on a new gas station at Weis Markets on S. 12th Street in Lebanon.
This morning, the Lebanon Valley Economic Development Corporation held an Economic Outlook Breakfast in which several speakers discussed the current state of the economy.
The red, brick-enclosure barn at the intersection of Rocherty and Cornwall Roads is a useful landmark for navigation, but what’s the story behind the property?
At the former address of a beloved Lebanon restaurant, a new business is under construction: a T-Mobile store.
Construction activity has begun on the future site of Rutter’s at 1655 W. Cumberland Street in West Lebanon Township.
Medical marijuana will be making inroads in Lebanon County with the opening of Herbology, currently scheduled for July.
Rey Azteca will be coming to Londonderry Square in Palmyra.
Local caterer Savory Occasions is soon ready to open its first brick-and-mortar cafe at 123 East Main Street in Palmyra.