Here’s what’s happening around the Lebanon Valley this weekend.
With nearly 400 cyclists in attendance, the June 8 Tour de Lebanon Valley raised over $10,000.
The Quentin Riding Club property will be auctioned on July 13.
Charges have been dropped against a campaign volunteer who was accused of stealing election yard signs this past April along Route 422 in North Londonderry Township.
Yet another sinkhole repair on Route 422 in Palmyra.
Cumberland Street is at the heart of both Lebanon and a long-running debate over whether it should remain, as it has for decades, a one-way street.
Here’s what’s happening around the Lebanon Valley this weekend!
Tuesday, June 18, a rally gathered at the State Capitol to support several federal measures that would support the dairy industry.
Members of the Quentin Riding Club will hold a meeting tomorrow evening regarding the current status of the club’s property.
A GoFundMe campaign is underway to support a local firefighter who suffered a heart attack over the weekend while on the job.
The Friends of the Union Canal Tunnel Park are in the process of clearing fallen trees and restoring the park after recent storms.
Details are emerging regarding an early morning search warrant carried out at a residence in North Cornwall Township on June 4.
With another school year on the books, students and seniors of Cedar Crest High School (CCHS) in the Cornwall-Lebanon School District have been recognized for their achievements.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce welcomed Secretary of Labor and Industry W. Gerard “Jerry” Oleksiak to speak on workforce matters.
Lebanon County Conservation District met recently with local legislators to discuss conservation efforts in the Lebanon Valley.