The Street Fair celebrated its 70th and final occurrence last year, but the community spirit that drove the fair from the start is alive and well in its successor event, the WGSH Auxiliary Festival of Theme Baskets.
The South Lodonderry Township Historical Society conducted a walking tour of the Colebrook area this weekend and LebTown was there to capture it.
More funding is still needed to fully realize the vision for what will be Union Canal Tunnel Park’s first building.
1930s starlet Diana Gibson went from acting in films like “Adventure’s End” to performing in Mt. Gretna, eventually becoming involved in the local community.
North of Cornwall Center, two neighborhoods—one old, one modern—sit side-by-side on the edge of rolling Lebanon farmlands.
For Lebanon citizens, the beautiful stone church at 124 South 10th Street likely needs no introduction. But the story behind one of its longest-standing June traditions is deeply connected to the founding of Lebanon itself.
Among the handful of Cornwall villages that developed while work in the Iron Banks flourished, Toytown, as it is commonly known, was built in quite a different way.
Fifty years before Jackie Robinson made his Major League Debut, a baseball league with a team based in Lebanon was making strides toward racial integration in baseball.
The city of Lebanon was a respected name in motorsports’ heyday.
These postcards from the World War II and postwar era are a beautiful reminder that there’s a lot to appreciate around us in Lebanon County.
National Medal of Honor Day was celebrated earlier this week, marking more than 55 years since Marquette Lake at Fort Indiantown Gap was renamed for Lebanon County’s first Medal of Honor recipient.
A look back at Lebanon Valley College’s trip to the 1953 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
The historic Alexander Schaeffer House in Lebanon County will be the focus of further restoration efforts, assuming a proposed grant from the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission goes through.
Although Lebanon County hasn’t produced one (yet), we have plenty of ties to the nation’s highest elected office: The Presidency.
We are re-publishing a column today that ran more than a century ago in the Lebanon Daily News.