A communications scholar examines how a British evangelical church became an American icon.
Once called the undisputed King of Lights in the Lebanon Valley, Frank Weirauch Jr. deserves credit for making Christmas magical for many Lebanon children over the years.
The Monroe Valley Chapel invites all to come experience a German-style Christmas at the historic Monroe Valley Chapel in northern Lebanon County.
A story from our partner, The Conversation, about how eating meat may not be as much to blame for climate change as previous reports suggested.
Fort Indiantown Gap is now home to an eighties-era memorial erected to honor the submariners lost during World War Two. The monument had formerly been in Harrisburg’s Riverfront Park.
The Union Hose Social Club (31 N. Railroad St, Annville) was robbed around 11:40pm Sunday by a person described as a light skinned male wearing a black coat, gray hoodie, blue jeans, gloves and blue ski mask.
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course has begun live tests of its new sportsbook, with final regulatory approval expected as early as Monday.
A 2001 graduate of Lebanon Valley College, Rep. Bryan Cutler has been selected house majority leader by his peers.
Lt. Governor-elect John Fetterman will not be taking the “State House” residence in Fort Indiantown Gap, home to state lieutenant governors since 1971.
New details have come to light about apparent engineering shortcuts Sunoco is taking in its rush to get the new pipeline capacity up and running.
Officials at Swatara State Park shared a photo of an illegal dumping of over 100 tires at the Lickdale Trailhead Boat Launch of the Swatara Creek.
You probably won’t see election results in next Wednesday’s paper.
If you hear some loud booms this weekend, worry not: It’s just the Gap.
Charges were announced this week against a now divorced Pennsylvania couple who allegedly defrauded a disabled vet of hundreds of thousands of dollars while he was permanently hospitalized at the Lebanon Veterans Affairs Medical Center (known commonly as the VA).
Lebanon County residents will understand why Lackawanna, NY residents are so excited to see something done with the old Bethelehem Steel plant they have downtown.