After 48 years of putting employers and employees together, Downtown Lebanon’s TempForce is now Spherion Staffing Services.
Franz’s Travern isn’t a fancy place, but it is a lively place. That fact reflects the goal of the owners to keep it true to the nature of the traditional tavern.
The apartments are part of 81-acre North Cornwall Commons, a mixed-use development in North Cornwall Township that also includes townhomes, retail, office and hospitality space.
One of the county’s two Sheetz stores has been temporarily closed for renovations.
The $9.2-million and 30,000-square foot facility at 2635 West Cumberland Street was opened with a well-attended public ribbon cutting.
There are no strangers at Schwalm’s Cleona Restaurant, just extended family members who haven’t been introduced yet.
The 4th annual Saturday MarketPlace vendor and craft show is the proverbial win-win – for all of Lebanon County.
The merger still requires government approval, but even when it goes through patients should not expect to see changes to their services.
A new effort has been launched by Downtown Lebanon to help improve the looks of the downtown area.
Lebanon Transit has initiated a new campaign with the purpose of advocating for and supporting the numerous small businesses throughout Lebanon County.
Beginning Sunday, Cornwall Borough and residents who live in Lebanon County’s “Southern Tier” will begin to experience shorter response times thanks to an agreement between FASP, Cornwall Borough, and the Community Fire Company of Cornwall Borough.
Patrick Freer has experienced the life of being an entrepreneur and running a family business. The Strickler Insurance president & Snitz Creek Brewery cofounder shares his career path with LebTown.
Salamander Books & Music and owner Michael Cantor might be new to the area, but their time-tested approach to doing business has always managed to draw in a community.
Comcast has shut down its Suzy Street location, but plans to open an Xfinity store in Cedar Crest Square in the first half of 2021.
Lebanon County firm PRL has been acquired by Stamford-based Compass Partners, the company announced in a press release Friday.