The Arnold Health Professions Pavilion provides flexible classroom space, observation rooms, and flexible faculty office space.
Tuesday, October 29, the Lebanon County Counselors Association is hosting the fourth annual College and Career Fair, free for students and the public.
Lebanon Valley College hosted a Draw the Lines PA redistricting event Sept. 26.
The building may be sold or leased, but the college intends to keep a presence there.
Lebanon HS recognized seniors Jacob Green and Ghada Mostafa as the Rotary Students of the Month.
The Commonwealth Financing Authority awarded a $980,666 grant to East Lebanon to construct a pipeline that will service ELCO high school and middle school, as well as some other nearby properties.
HACC’s Lebanon Campus is making strides in helping their students when it comes make sure they have access to basic necessities like food and hygiene products with the campus’s Giving Pantry.
The Auditor General released a special report recommending that the Keystone Exams be phased out in favor of nationally recognized exams like the PSAT, SAT, or ACT.
Lebanon Valley College began its fall semester last week with the highest number of first-year students ever.
For now, pedestrians are instructed to use the sidewalk of State Route 934 to cross the tracks.
The Annville-Cleona School District is soliciting proposals from local police departments for a School Resource Officer.
Here are the students recognized for the Cedar Crest Middle School Honor Roll and Superior Honor Roll, and the Cedar Crest High School Principal’s List and Distinguished Principal’s List.
At its June 26 board meeting, the Cornwall Lebanon School District adopted a four-year contract increasing salaries by 2.5% each year.
A Pennsylvania House resolution honored the Palmyra Boys Lacrosse team for its victory in the District III championships.
Cedar Crest Middle School English curriculum leader Christopher Groff has been promoted to the position of athletic director/assistant principal.