Swiss Premium Dairy-owner Dean Foods announced this week that it has entered bankruptcy proceedings, or Chapter 11 reorganization.
We finally got around to trying the new Amazon Returns service at Kohl’s in Lebanon, and wanted to share our impressions.
Lebanon’s senior housing nonprofit, Community Homes of Lebanon County, has a new Director of Resident Services.
The Kmart at 1745 Quentin Road will close, and the building is now up for sale.
The Starbucks store on Quentin Road is planned to open this winter, and employees are being hired now.
Effective immediately, Fredericksburg Community Health Center will affiliate with UPMC Pinnacle.
The Marty’s Music building is set to become a tech company headquarters.
Giant Food Stores will reopen the former Musser’s Market store in Lebanon as a Giant next Friday, Nov. 1.
A 220,000-square-foot warehouse currently under construction in North Lebanon Township is expected to bring approximately 100 new jobs to the area.
According to an article from industry publication Freight Waves, YRC the parent company of Lebanon based New Penn, will undergo a reorganization.
In case you haven’t already stopped at the new addition on South 12th Street, here’s all you need to know about the Weis Gas N’ Go.
Irv’s Pub on East Chocolate Ave. is “Hershey’s First and Only Gastropub.” This Saturday, October 19, it will still be able to make that claim when it becomes Rotunda Brew Pub.
Nominations for the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Non-Profit of the Year Award are due Friday, October 18.
The news was met with heartbreak on social media, as many recounted the memories they had formed at the store.
If all goes according to plan, come November, Downtown Lebanon’s roster of bars and eateries will be seeing a new addition: The Red-Headed League Public House.