Lebanon’s APR supply adds four Western Pennsylvania locations, expanding its plumbing supply business to 39 locations in three states.
Lebanon Valley Craft Brewery, 840 North 7th Street in Lebanon, is set to reopen this year, marking over 60 years since the last beer was brewed at the address. The address’s history as a brewery, however, begins over 160 years ago, at a time when breweries in Lebanon were a significant local industry.
Lebanon topped Ownerly’s recently-released ranking of the Top 10 Cities for Remote Workers.
The goal of NetKey Communications is to reach urban and rural areas that either lack access to broadband internet altogether or affordable high-speed options.
Pho Yummy, a new Vietnamese restaurant, has opened up in North Cornwall Township at 1731 Quentin Road.
The formation of several subcommittees was announced this month, focusing on what the administration calls “key audiences and issues”. The Racial subcommittee responds to the CDC findings of “long-standing systemic health and social inequities [that] have put many people from racial and ethnic minority groups at increased risk of getting sick and dying from COVID-19.”
The first of two 110-unit apartment buildings, a Fairfield Inn by Marriott and a restaurant, Mick’s All American Pub, are all now under construction at North Cornwall Commons.
The Lebanon Valley Mall has experienced the same financial challenges facing many malls across the country.
New board members include Ryan McCreary of Benchmark Construction, Fred Cluck of Horst Construction, and Carolyn Haskell of WellSpan Philhaven.
DHL, an international shipping company, submitted land development plans for two warehouses to South Lebanon Township on Dec. 28.
Seltzer’s Smokehouse Meats, located at 230 North College Street in Palmyra, may be the only company currently making Lebanon bologna in Lebanon County. According to its website, Godshall’s Quality Meats, at 1415 Weavertown Road in Lebanon, still sells Weaver’s Lebanon bologna, but it is not known whether or not that product is manufactured in the county.
Nearly 50 area business leaders attended a federal legislative update hosted by the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce Friday, March 12.
Union Community Care is the new name of the combined health centers, which announced their merger back in November.
Jeff Dunn is predicting that the doors to Corvette will be open once more by this summer. “It’s about 75% complete,” he estimated, in regards to the construction.
As of Monday, Lebanon County businesses whose NAICS code is 72, which includes accommodations and food services, are eligible to apply for funding relief under the COVID-19 Hospitality Relief Program.