In front of about 50 people gathered at the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Sherry Capello officially opened The Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence.
Ancestor Coffeehouse And Creperie will be opening next month at North Cornwall Commons.
Parents in the northern part of Lebanon County have a new option for day care in the recently renovated Herr Mill building.
The Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence will formally be launched on Tuesday, April 23rd.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of its annual small business awards yesterday in advance of next week’s luncheon.
In a report by the Lebanon Daily News, approval of the Palmyra Borough Council was noted for the Sheetz at 811 E. Main Street to begin selling beer out of its current “soda cave”, which would be renamed a “beer cave” once the liquor license transfer is complete.
Bill Hartmann is on a mission to save his business, Royal Oaks Vineyard and Winery. His plan is to grow hemp, a marijuana derivative with industrial applications, on a five-acre plot of land that adjoins the winery, sell it, and use the profits to re-open the winery.
Swatara Coffee Company is looking for the public’s support to secure a cash grant as part of the Burt Williams Memorial Veteran Small Business Award.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce is soliciting nominations for two prizes that will be bestowed at the Small Business Awards Luncheon next month.
HR Weaver Building Systems of Annville has acquired Ensminger Builder of Hershey.
The City of Lebanon is looking for more products that are Lebanon, PA Made.
Waste Industries is facing criticism from local customers who say service has degraded significantly following the company’s 2018 acquisition of their accounts through Lebanon Farms Disposal.
A national New York based operator of baseball & softball training centers is expanding into Central Pennsylvania area with a location in Palmyra.
One of Lebanon’s most beloved restaurants will serve its last meals this Sunday.
A new Lebanon Transit route will connect downtown Lebanon to a cluster of warehouses in Jonestown.