Moraima Cakes & Café, located at 443 Cumberland St.. opened July 2. The café offers breakfast- and brunch-fare, hot and cold beverages, and desserts.
The GEF collection station differs from other stations in several ways, but perhaps the most noticeable difference is the solar panels.
On the south side of Walnut St. from 22nd St. to Mill St., the subdivision will include 270 single-family homes in five phases.
HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, finalized the sale of its Lebanon campus building to the City of Lebanon June 29. The sale price of the 65,000-square-foot three-story building at 735 Cumberland Street, Lebanon is $2.2 million.
LebValCTA aims to enclose the tennis courts at the Louser Memorial Optimist Park to allow players access to the game year-round.
Brooke Smith, United Way of Lebanon County’s chief executive officer for almost two years, has announced her resignation from the nonprofit community agency, effective July 16.
Target is finally headed to Lebanon County, along with three other pending locations for PA.
When H.A. Boyd’s Volkswagen dealership was acquired and rebranded by Autohaus Lebanon Volkswagen on June 1, 2020, it ended a decades-long tradition in Lebanon city.
Mike Weaver, Isaac’s president & CEO, said the 4,300-square-foot restaurant will be the first Isaac’s in Lebanon County.
In June, Kleinfelter’s Auction moved from its long-time location to the refurbished site of the former Farmer Boy Ag building.
Jean Kotkas literally grew up at Tony’s Mining Company. The 66-year-old is the daughter of the founder of the iconic restaurant, Anthony Cek. In late May Kotkas sold the Cornwall restaurant to Jennifer and Steve Bushey, who plan to re-open it on or before Aug. 1.
This year’s Caring Cupboard Golf Outing, held at Fairview Golf Course, will be held July 9 from 12:15 to 7:30 p.m. Registration costs $100, and participants must register by June 25.
Coming later this year, Trailside Organic Farm will start as a two-acre certified organic farm on Cornwall Manor’s Woods Campus, next to the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail.
Salamander Books and Music opened its downtown Palmyra location Saturday.
For an annual fee of $40, South Lebanon township residents can take unwanted green waste such as tree branches, leaves, garden plants and bushes – but no grass clippings, tree stumps or sod – to the yard waste and recycling center.