Currently, Lebanon County is home to a number of small motels, but just six or seven hotels — many of which are located north of the City of Lebanon.
Crusty on the outside and soft on the inside, A&M incorporates its bread into just about everything it serves.
The temporary law is helping local watering holes like Mt. Gretna Hideaway and Boyer’s Tavern keep their businesses afloat during the pandemic.
The nursing homes have managed to keep COVID-19 infections among staff and residents to a minimum, with Londonderry Village reporting zero cases.
Residents are concerned about groundwater contamination, out-of-county trash haulers and unpleasant odor. Local authorities spoke to LebTown to clear the air.
The state’s top judicial body on June 1 denied the company’s petition to appeal a lower court’s decision, putting the future of the Sunoco Pipeline’s pump station in West Cornwall Township in jeopardy.
Taste of Sicily’s license to serve food has been suspended, with more than a half-dozen local Republican elected officials expected to speak at the restaurant Friday in its support.
The full Jigger Shop menu is available to go.
Through June, Met-Ed will be conducting helicopter inspections in Lebanon and other central Pennsylvania counties.
Gary Heisey’s response to the pandemic was to set up outdoor dining on the north parking lot of his establishment, where customers could enjoy their take-out meals outdoors.
A Palmyra restaurant has received two letters threatening fines and other penalties for remaining open for eat-in business despite orders from Harrisburg to keep customers out.
United Way of Lebanon County recently awarded $13,000 to nonprofits helping the community in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gombach was tapped in mid-May, and previously served as director of development and marketing of Habitat for Humanity Berks County.
The Perse projects that its revenue, which accounts for 90 percent of the volunteer fire company’s annual budget, has taken a hit of nearly $145,000 since the club was forced to close on March 17.
“Feeding the Frontliners” has received an additional $5K from the county to deliver meals from local restaurants to frontliner workers.