Lebanon Broadcasting Company announced this afternoon that Forever Media has entered into an asset purchase agreement for WQIC-FM and WLBR-AM.
North Cornwall Commons, the mixed use development across from the fair grounds, is set to welcome its next major tenant: Marriott Fairfield Inn & Suites.
Musser’s Market confirmed last night that the company’s grocery store division has been sold to GIANT Food Stores.
Bennett Toyota of Lebanon has started construction on a 30,000 SF facility that will add another major auto brand to 422 just outside Lebanon.
Flea market and more planned for the old Lebanon Paper Box Building.
Part-time employees of a Lebanon-based trucking company allege their employer is shortchanging several dedicated workers.
A series of leadership shake-ups has seen the departure of First Aid and Safety Patrol’s Executive Director take a new job with Lebanon County Christian Ministries.
On Monday, a number of local leaders attended a briefing and tour of the Lebanon Community Health Center, and LebTown was there to capture it.
Brandt’s Mill has been put up for sale as a turn-key operation at the price of $1.4 million.
Hidden Still, the restaurant and distillery at Fifth and Willow Streets in Lebanon, announced today it is closing the food service part of its business “effective immediately.”
Starbucks and MOD Pizza are coming to North Cornwall Township
Gannett and GateHouse Media will merge in a cash-and-stock deal valued just shy of $1.4 billion.
Pending deal approval, Herbology is set to be part of the world’s largest cannabis company, Curaleaf.
27-year-old Kyle Wenger shares his plans to redevelop the former Holtzman’s pretzel factory building in Myerstown.
The Board of Directors of the United Way of Lebanon County has named Brooke Smith as the organization’s new CEO.