The 15th annual Ride for Wise passed through Annville and Cleona this past Sunday in memory of Lebanon County native Michael H. Wise, II, who was killed in the line of duty serving as a Reading police officer in 2004.
Childhood memories of trips to Mt. Gretna’s Jigger Shop are likely shared by more Lebanon residents than just about any other experience. After all, the business has been in operation for nearly 125 years.
The Odyssey of the Mind World Finals took place last month at Michigan State University, and the competition featured two teams from the Lebanon Valley.
He’s the first ELCO student in seventeen years to be selected to perform at the Pennsylvania State Choral Festival, and that’s just his second biggest vocal achievement.
Palmyra Area High School’s Envirothon team brought home 9th place at the state competition.
If you caught glimpse of a fleet of “beautiful brass cars” driving through Lebanon County yesterday, no, you weren’t dreaming.
Last Friday, May 18, the annual Echo Taps ceremony took place at the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
At a banquet held May 7 at Hebron Banquet Hall, the 2019 Class of the Lebanon County Musicians’ Hall of Fame was recognized.
The United Way of Lebanon County engaged nearly 1,000 volunteers for its 23rd annual Day of Caring last month, according to a press release distributed by the organization this week.
ELCO High School released brook trout at an event Thursday at Mill Creek Rod & Gun Club—brook trout they raised themselves.
At the most recent meeting of the Lebanon Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, a local woman was honored for her lifelong commitment to historic preservation.
The Lebanon County Conservation District visited a few local elementary schools this past week and distributed tree seedlings to more than 300 Cornwall-Lebanon School District 4th graders.
Following the injury of Lebanon City Fire Department firefighter Dave Smiley Jr while combating a house fire in Mill Creek, DE, local firefighters are continuing to fundraise for his recovery.
The Lebanon Valley Rails to Trails (LVRT) has reached another milestone in the planning of a trail connection between Jonestown and the Swatara State Park near Lickdale.
The Woman’s Club of Lebanon held its April meeting earlier this month at the Mansion at Fifth and Cumberland Streets.