The work of late, local artist Gary Zitkus will be on display as part of Lebanon’s First Friday Art Walk.
According to U.S. News & World Report, Palmyra Area Senior High School is among the top 100 high schools in Pennsylvania.
New USDA census data shows a snapshot of changing agriculture in Lebanon County.
Compass Mark, an organization that works to prevent addiction and has offices in Lebanon and Lancaster, recently started offering a new program.
Local energy provider Met-Ed has begun its annual tree trimming operations across Central Pennsylvania.
Save the date – the 30th Annual Union Canal Days is setting up soon.
At an April 24 meeting, the membership of Lebanon Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #42 voted to withdraw the organization’s endorsement of Matt Shirk for Lebanon County Commissioner in the upcoming May 21 Republican primary election.
Lebanon County has the distinction of being the fastest growing county from 2017-2018 according to research conducted by the Pennsylvania State Data Center.
Pennsylvania State Police announced that a 55 year old Flushing, New York woman was killed last night while crossing Route 22 in Bethel Township.
The City of Lebanon Police Department will participate in national prescription drug “take-back” event this Saturday from 10am to 2pm.
The 23rd Annual United Way of Lebanon County Day of Caring will be taking place around the county on April 27.
Lebanon County will be visited by a presidential candidate this week as Florida Mayor Wayne Messam attends the Lebanon County Democratic Committee’s Spring Dinner on Friday night.
Historic Schaefferstown is calling all hands to help this weekend at Refresh the Farm Day.
A new entrance to the Lebanon Valley Rails to Trails network is now open for business at North Cornwall Commons.
In time for summer travel, Visit Lebanon Valley has released a brand new “Explore the Outdoors” field guide.