Bon Appétit’s review of Bell & Evans new spatchcock chicken was an all-out love fest for the product, launched last year.
Giant Foods has begun collecting signatures at its Cleona store in support of a referendum that would drop the borough’s 70+ year status as a dry town.
The Payless Shoes location in the Lebanon Valley Mall remains open, but neither store management nor Payless corporate would provide any further detail on the store’s fate.
You can stop asking Dave Stein when you run into him in town now: Hidden Still isn’t going anywhere.
Although you’d think this is an easy question to answer, for the country’s largest local news company it is apparently not.
Cornwall Manor Retirement Community announced late last week that president and CEO Steven D. Hassinger will be retiring on March 1, 2019.
The Community of Lebanon Association is selling 500 lbs of cherry pie this weekend to celebrate Presidents’ Day.
Williams Companies has contacted its list of local business people to reassure subcontractors that it wants to see them paid.
Has a buyer been identified for Inn 422?
At a conference earlier this month, Bell & Evans president Scott Sechler shared expansion plans for the Fredericksburg based chicken company.
A Powerball ticket worth $150,000 was sold at Musser’s Market in Lebanon, according to a release by the PA Lottery.
A number of Lebanon County business have filed bankruptcy claims against the contractor previously responsible for Atlantic Sunrise and Mariner East construction in the region.
After a brief interlude, produce is back at the Lebanon Farmers Market.
During the month of April, Prismatic Ink Tattoos in Lebanon will be offering semicolon tattoos starting at $30, with $10 dollars from each tattoo donated to Compeer of Lebanon County to help raise suicide and PTSD awareness among the local active and veteran military community.
Giant Foods will likely face a referendum to open its beer cafe in Cleona, a dry town since 1945.