Lebanon County’s oldest radio station is getting new owners for the second time in a little over three years, but personnel and format changes, if any, haven’t been revealed.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics’ take: Pho Bar and Grill is the new kid on the block.
Mount Gretna project is part of $30 million boost to behavioral health services.
The competition, which was held on Oct. 19 at The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce, located at 989 Quentin Rd., awarded a total of $8,000 to local business plans and pitches.
After more than three decades of owning and operating the popular Franz’s Tavern & Restaurant, which can trace its roots to the 19th century, Todd and Belinda Kenee have put the neighborhood eatery on the market.
The Lebanon Valley Food Critics’ take: When you eat Shuey’s Pretzels fresh you will be glad you made the trip or waited in line to get one.
Pho Bar and Grill held its grand opening on Saturday, Oct. 15, with a crowd assembled at the corner bar and Asian restaurant in the Batdorf Building for the 11 a.m. opening of its doors.
The renovation of Country Cupboard is expected to take three to five months to complete.
The critic team kicks off the new season down in the deep southeastern corner of Lebanon County at K-Ville Hotel & Tavern.
Cornwall Manor announced Monday, Oct. 10, that Harry A. McConnell has replaced Lee A. Stickler as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective Oct. 3, following the retirement of Stickler.
Dunkin’ has officially opened its new cafe at 81 N. Londonderry Square.
WellSpan has opened its first standalone palliative and supportive care clinic in Lebanon.
Bob Hoch’s Home Furnishings, located at 301 Willow St. in Lebanon, will close its doors after 64 years – after it sells the rest of the furniture on its floor and in its two 10,000-square-foot warehouses.
Cornwall Community Cats expands its TNR efforts, adds network of foster parents to socialize feral kitties for adoption.
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy has expanded its leadership team, with past executive director Courtney Reimann moving into a role as land protection director and Kara Lubold joining as executive director.