The discounts will continue to increase each week until closing. The week of August 13-15, everything in the store will be 60 percent off. The week after, all items will be 75 percent off.
Lebanon County Commissioners approved a resolution Thursday to provide tax abatement for the rehabilitation of commercial properties in Myerstown Borough via the state’s Local Economic Revitalization Tax Assistance Act program.
More than a half-dozen Lebanon County gas stations are set to become 7-Eleven’s as part of an acquisition announced late Sunday.
Of all the things that the Lebanon Community library is to so many people, it is now taking on the role of a cooling center. The idea is to provide a place for people to go to beat the summer heat.
The charging station opened June 1 in the public parking lot at 6 E. Main Ave. EV drivers can charge at the station for a fee of $1 per hour.
Restauranteur Alan Funck told LebTown he plans on taking over the business in four to six weeks.
Mount Gretna Craft Brewery has partnered with Ancestor Coffeehouse & Creperie to provide new food and drink options at 2701 Horseshoe Pike.
The center, on Killinger Road, will expand the company’s fulfilment and warehousing capabilities to serve the U.S. market. It also will support Hershey’s manufacturing facilities and its distribution center in Palmyra.
Commercial developer Arthur Campbell believes the future growth of retail space in Lebanon County looks bright.
A Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting for the Maple Street project is scheduled for 11 a.m. on Tuesday, July 28.
Founded in the 70s, Pucillo’s maintains a steady rotation of new pizzas like the Shrimp Scampi, Pickle, and Italian White pies.
Over about seven weeks, starting in late May, the initiative provided 2,465 meals, gift cards and desserts for first responders and healthcare personnel serving Lebanon County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Their hours of operation will be 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the weekends.
Business derived through his CSA, as well as other direct-to-consumer marketing initiatives, is booming this growing season because of COVID-19.
Testing will begin this Tuesday and will continue on various dates through the end of August. Foodstuffs donated by the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank will also be available.