The Lebanon Valley Food Critics’ take: the freshness and flavors of Ponchos punches your taste buds right away.
The boardwalk at Governor Dick is set to be extended another 100′, linking the original span with the interpretive trail at Clarence Schock Memorial Park and forming a complete, ADA-compliant loop.
KFC will open its second Lebanon County franchise location in the former Hometown Family Restaurant in Palmyra, according to a recent real estate listing.
A new truck to the local scene, established in 2021, Flavor Latino offers up several dish options including tacos, pulled pork, and the special of the day, empanadas.
Patches Family Creamery is not just a creamery. It’s a destination. And the Lebanon Valley Food Critics’ “little critic” loved every part of the it.
Previously located in Palmyra, Salamander Books & Music will move into downtown Lebanon at 701 Cumberland Street.
Although renovations at the Colebrook Tavern are underway, the new owner is staying mum for now on what might come next for the historic establishment.
Isaac’s Craft Kitchen & Brewery opened up earlier this month in North Cornwall Commons, the company’s first location in Lebanon County and its second outfitted for on-site brewing.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics’ take: Frostbitez has plenty of options for you to find something you will like.
The Jigger Shop is getting ready for a busy season, and its owner hopes the burdens of COVID-19 are behind him.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics’ third of four stops at the Keystone Fire Co.’s food truck fundraiser was at a truck local to the valley, with a home base in Annville – Haj Paj Catering.
The Coleman Chapel, located at 1901 W. Cumberland Street in West Lebanon Township, is set to become the newest addition to the Stone Gables Estate, a wedding and events complex in Elizabethtown.
A stormwater management system was recently installed on historic Soldiers Field in Mount Gretna.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics’ take on China Moon: The flavors are good, and the ordering process is simple.
Cold Summit Development has dropped its plans for a massive cold storage warehouse near the junction of the Norfolk Southern line and Route 419 in Millcreek Township, the developers informed Womelsdorf Borough late last week.