Harrisburg Area Community College President John Sygielski addressed HACC students with an email Saturday in reference to a “no confidence” vote by the college’s faculty organization
All area school districts have issued a two hour delay for today, Wednesday, Jan. 8.
Here’s the story of how the Cedar Caffeine Café helps Lebanon High School start its day with a smile and a hot drink.
The Lebanon Catholic High School Senior Chorus will perform as the opening act for the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes on Sunday, Dec. 1.
Penn State Health personnel visited the Lebanon Free Clinic earlier this month to provide free eye exams to Lebanon School District students as part of a Highmark Blue Shield grant.
Veterans Day recognition continued on Wednesday at Cornwall-Lebanon School District’s annual breakfast held in honor of those who have served.
Cornwall-Lebanon School District’s acquisition of 89.5 acres of South Lebanon Township farmland is not expected to drive a property tax increase, according to district officials.
Over the past few weeks, Annville-Cleona School District has quickly—and quietly—selected a successor to current superintendent Dr. Cheryl A. Potteiger.
Pennsylvania Secretary of Education Pedro S. Rivera was in town Friday to celebrate Lebanon’s new “community schools.” Here’s everything you need to know about this new program.
The completion of the pedestrian bridge connecting the north and south sides of the Lebanon Valley College campus has been delayed again.
If you’ve been in Downtown Lebanon on a Friday night recently, you may have run into the Fun Friday crew. Here’s the story on how this community program took off.
Any parent who has ever had a problem trying to get their kids to read more will be interested in a new program for kindergarten students at Jackson Elementary School in Myerstown.
A Palmyra-based high school robotics team had squads place first and second at a recent regional competition held in Horsham, PA.
Insider/Outsider will run Nov. 1 through Dec. 15 at the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery on the campus of Lebanon Valley College in Annville.
It’s Wednesday afternoon, and approximately two dozen students are huddled in a lab at Lebanon High School, each student stationed behind a computer playing the wildly popular video game, Overwatch.