DoorDash, a food delivery startup, has announced that it will enter the Hershey and Lebanon markets on January 16.
Expect sightings of Pulisic to be treated with increasing excitement by Lebanon Countians.
Snitz Creek Brewery announced this week that it will be closing its Palmyra tasting room, located at 318 Taxiway Road.
Rutter’s convenience store confirmed today that the company is actively exploring opportunities in the Jonestown area, but no location is currently on the schedule.
The Quentin Riding Club will meet December 28 to discuss and vote on its fate, as it currently sits in limbo status after ceasing operations earlier this year.
This holiday season, avoid the Hershey Kiss tip controversy entirely by choosing a better substitute: Wilbur Buds.
Lebanon County did not receive any new permits for medical marijuana dispensaries in phase II of the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s dispensary permitting process.
According to a sign posted to the door of the Lebanon Daily News, the Gannett-owned newspaper will no longer offer walk-in customer service at its 718 Poplar Street offices
Yesterday Governor Tom Wolf announced that Lebanon farmland owners will be eligible for United States Department of Agriculture disaster relief funding.
Giant Food Stores confirmed today that Lebanon County residents can expect to see wine and beer gardens at local locations sometime next summer.
The future of the Quentin Riding Club hangs in limbo as the organization awaits final offers from a handful of parties interested in purchasing and/or operating the club’s 46-acre historic equestrian site, which has effectively shut down.
Starting July 1 next year, brewpubs across Pennsylvania will be made to pay a 6% sales tax on all receipts of products they manufacture.
With early roots in the basement of Howard Kramer’s eastern Lebanon home, Listrak did more than $50 million in revenue last year. Now they are opening a new office outside Philly to try and recruit the talent necessary to take the company to $100 million.
David and Erin Horst have purchased Lebanon-based Kleinfelter’s Auction Inc, with settlement having took place last month.
Thursday is the first day for the newest vendor to hit Lebanon’s Farmers Market, Wilbur’s Lil Donuts. We caught up with co-owner Will Horn via email about the decision.