Myerstown’s Bayer Corporation plant, located just off Route 501, is looking to immediately hire over 40 full-time 2nd and 3rd shift employees.
Community Homes of Lebanon County’s six properties provide 287 apartments and units for local seniors and younger adults with disabilities in need. There are another estimated 555 local residents on Community Homes’ waiting list for housing whose rent is determined by income.
The Gretna Arts Safety Plan, or GASP, which will focus its energies on making Mount Gretna “a safer place for visitors and residents,” addressing COVID concerns as well as other safety issues.
The Community Health Council of Lebanon County is now accepting scholarship applications for training and certification in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy.
Sale of old Northwest Elementary school building could be approved on March 2; office and commercial development project could start this summer.
The Power Packs Project, a nonprofit serving both Lebanon and Lancaster counties, has thoughtfully provided food for families for the past 16 years.
Located at 435 Willow Street in Lebanon, at the site of the former Hidden Still Spirits building, the WareHouse 435 experience is rooted in the past, while featuring all the modern amenities.
Essential baby care items are available for safe, contactless pickup at any of Align’s four locations throughout Lancaster and Lebanon counties.
LE’s Cupcakes and Fat Puppy Coffee Roasters were part of a grand opening event Feb. 5 at Main Street Mercantile, Myerstown.
The location’s model seems perfect for the COVID era, offering only drive-through and walk-up service, but the lack of dine-in service was unrelated to the current pandemic.
The owners expect the brewpub to be ready to open to the public later this summer or early fall.
There is a buyer for the closed Lebanon Catholic School property, and the sale could be finalized this summer.
Girls on the Run of Lancaster and Lebanon is back, with modifications to provide pandemic safety.
A surplus of donations caused Goodwill Keystone Area to close its donation centers in its 22- county service area until the end of February.
“My goal is to help DVI expand its services in Lebanon County so that more victims can be reached and hopefully saved,” Burchik stated.