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.
LebTown has some feelers out to determine which aspiring entrepreneurs might be gunning for their own six-day-a-week mini chicken empire, but for now the company says there aren’t any official plans for a local location.
Tony’s Mining Company, the iconic restaurant in Cornwall, closed in April but will most likely re-open with new owners later this year.
The Power Packs Project has expanded its program to feed in-need students on weekends to all Lebanon School District schools.
Lebanon’s Countywide Clean Water Action Plan is seeking submissions to a slogan and logo contest. Submissions are due May 30.
Mount Gretna’s iconic eatery struggled to get by with all the pandemic-related restrictions of 2020, but 2021 is looking up for the Jigger Shop.
The Women’s Health Center’s eight physicians and two advanced practice providers, along with their staff, became part of the regional health care system April 26.
Over the weekend, Cámara 809 FM cut the ribbon on a new local Hispanic television channel, which joins their existing radio station to form Cámara 809 TV/FM.
In celebration of National Travel and Tourism Week and Postcard Week, Visit Lebanon Valley is giving away free postcards to people who fill out an online form.
The Rodeway Inn/Clarion Hotel at Quentin Road and Poplar Street (625 Quentin Road), Lebanon, has been rebranded as Hammock Hotel Lebanon Hershey.
Champ’s Barber School will open in May in downtown Lebanon. It will be located at 37 South 8th Street; the former location of Edible Arrangements and Cedar Book and Card Shop.
There’s a lot new right now at Mount Gretna Craft Brewery (MGCB) – a new executive chef, new brewers, new beers, and new partners – and it’s all part of a spring refresh that has folks at the “Corner” very excited right now.
There’s still no plan announced for the former Quentin Riding Club property, but while the memories will stick around with the community for a long time, the organization itself is not long for this world.
Bayer’s Myerstown plant is adding good paying, permanent jobs with benefits, and expects demand for its iconic healthcare products to keep growing.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce has brought on Lori Brandt as Vice President.