A new Dunkin’ Donuts franchise is expected to open in Campbelltown by the end of the year.
Foster closest Adoption Swaption has assisted more than 100 families so far this year – rapid and needed growth for a local effort just two years old.
Recently, the Community Health Council secured a $300,000 grant to understand, curtail and prevent violence and abuse locally. The initiative will be called ‘Connected Together Lebanon County.’
The Shueys have been making crafted pretzels in Lebanon for 93 years.
The Gumbas sauce and salsa brand, which was pulled from the shelves at the family-owned chain of Karns Food stores earlier this month, has likewise been removed by the Giant Foods and Stauffers of Kissel Hill chains.
Lebanon’s “mom and pop” businesses have until 5 p.m. Sept. 25 to apply for a forgivable loan in the second round of allocations from the city’s Small Business Recovery Assistance Fund.
Lebanon CareerLink site administrator shares his outlook on pre and post pandemic workforce development in Lebanon County.
El productor avícola Bell & Evans ha anunciado más detalles sobre la instalación de recolección de pollos orgánicos certificados de 411.500 pies cuadrados en construcción en el campus de Fredericksburg
Van Winkle’s Homemade Opera Fudge continues to produce fudge the same way it has since 1962.
LVCA received news mid-July that it will now receive program funding from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. It’s a big step for the 50-year-old arts organization.
Poultry producer Bell & Evans is constructing a new 411,500-square-foot organic certified chicken harvesting facility on its Fredericksburg campus.
The garden at Jay Street and Old Ebenezer Road will be highlighted by a central flagpole surrounded by bricks, benches, flowers and trees.
Bennett is currently executing a plan to move its dealership in Lebanon from Quentin Road to West Cumberland Street.
The Lebanon County branch of the NAACP is closer to a reality, thanks to a persistent organizing effort. The chapter will hold its first meeting Oct. 1.
In Lebanon, the Ruby Tuesday at 1351 Quentin Road is a ghost kitchen for The Captain’s Boil, a seafood franchise based in Canada.