Lebanon Valley Youth for Christ is a couple weeks away from its 33rd annual Bids4Kids Benefit Auction.
Gov. Wolf visits Fort Indiantown Gap to announce new PA GI Bill
Governor Tom Wolf visited Fort Indiantown Gap yesterday to announce a proposed bill that would introduce paid education for military families.
Propane tanks stolen from historic Schaeffer Farm
According to Pennsylvania State Police, sometime in the past few months two 100 pound propane tanks were stolen from the historic Schaeffer Farm.
Lebanon VA has been piloting a new VA enrollment portal
Over the last nine months, the Lebanon VA Medical Center has been one of four sites nationally testing a new enrollment portal.
Wengert Memorial Park packs big vision in small site, new anchor for rail trail
A new park championed by the Lebanon Valley Conservancy is set to transform an unused area of land at the western edge of Lebanon city – it’s a project that could become a hallmark feature of Lebanon’s urban landscape.
Lebanon Valley College trims budget by dropping some majors and minors
Lebanon Valley College is dropping some academic programs in an effort to control its instructional costs.
Lebanon VA cuts ribbon on new Medical-Surgical Unit
The Lebanon VA Medical Center held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday morning for the hospital’s new Medical-Surgical Unit.
Tax assistance available in Lebanon for families earning less than $54k
Through the national Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA), Lebanon County households earning $54,000 or less are eligible for free tax preparation services.
Middle Creek adds live stream as snow goose population hits new peak
As of today, the snow geese population at Middle Creek is back up to 85,000.
Met-Ed has a few hundred in Lebanon County without power
According to Met-Ed, about 400 residents are without power this morning as the area endures extremely high winds.
Bronze Star recipient Richard Kerkeslager recognized in ceremony at Cedar Haven
Local World War Two veteran Richerd Kerkeslager was recognized for his service Friday afternoon in a ceremony at Cedar Haven.
Man charged for Jonestown scare waives preliminary hearing, awaits trial
Tyler Austin Weaber-Haag of Palmyra waived his right to a preliminary hearing this week, moving the case one step closer to trial.
Three face charges for Union Hose Social Club robbery
Annville Township Police have charged three people for the November robbery of the Union Hose Social Club.
Possible fighter jet training over Lebanon in March, but don’t expect to see much
A potential training exercise scheduled for March 4-8 could bring a squadron of F-16’s out to Lebanon County.
Snow geese population at Middle Creek peaks over President’s Day Weekend
The snow geese population at Middle Creek topped out this past weekend around 50,000 birds, with the peak presence lasting less than 24 hours.