An open house has not yet been set, but Karen Groh, the Chamber’s president and CEO, said it will most likely be sometime in November.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce and three Lancaster County chambers — Manheim, Elizabethtown and Northern Lancaster County — will host a members-only event, Chamberpalooza, from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23.
Construction of the facility, off Route 72 near Heilmandale, started in February and will take about a year.
Lebanon Valley Food Critics review 501 Grill & Tavern in Mt. Aetna.
Visit Lebanon Valley is a nonprofit organization that encourages travel to the area by promoting the region’s attractions and local businesses.
Lebanon Valley Food Critics review Royal D’Chocolate Family Restaurant in Palmyra.
Hernandez and members of the congregation were able to identify a part of the building that was least affected by wear and tear, refurbish it and create a space suitable for weekly services.
Zinn Insurance is relocating its Lebanon office to a larger facility. In conjunction with the relocation, the insurance agency also unveiled a new logo.
Lebanon Valley Food Critics visited Olde Willow Tree Café in Myerstown. Here’s what they thought.
Annville technology solutions provider Candoris has been acquired by New York City-based firm CDI (Computer Design & Integration LLC).
The move is scheduled for mid-October.
Michael Philip O’Brien was selected for the leadership position after a national search, according to a statement from the theater.
Lebanon Valley Food Critics review Pizza Town 1 in Jonestown.
Kathryn “Katie” Sandoe will transition from board chair to executive director of Girls on the Run of Lancaster and Lebanon Sept. 1.
Aug. 24, M & C Restaurant Supply opened for business at 201 E. Lehman St., Lebanon.