Amaury Abreu shares his view on seeing more competition for the upcoming magisterial district judge vacancy in the City of Lebanon.
LVC professor Michael Schroeder explains why an 1852 speech by Frederick Douglass will be read on the Annville Town Square on July 5.
Visit Lebanon Valley’s Jennifer Kuzo: “There is no better way to experience the beauty of Lebanon County than by bicycle.”
State Rep. Frank Ryan writes: “The COVID-19 pandemic has accentuated the problems and concerns facing our seniors.”
Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine doubled down on the framing of the pandemic in political terms on Friday in a move that LebTown believes will be detrimental to journalistic and public health outcomes.
Lebanon County legislators respond to Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine’s comments regarding the county being last in the state to remain in the ‘yellow’ phase.
Jerry Shenk shares a perspective on Lebanon’s status as the last Pennsylvania county to leave the ‘yellow’ phase of Gov. Tom Wolf’s tiered reopening plan.
Addressing our policy on hate speech, and specifically, hate speech as it relates to members of the public and public figures.
“It should be simple to say you are anti-racist.”
“We cannot allow this important decision to become just another opportunity for politicians to grandstand.”
Jared Odrick shares his experience of attending the June 4 protest in Lebanon: “It felt like the WWE came to town.”
This summer, for the first time ever, you can enjoy the Lebanon Valley College Faculty Book Reviews presented by the Pennsylvania Chautauqua from the comfort of your own home each Tuesday at 10 a.m., now through August 11.
State Rep. Russ Diamond responds to last week’s column by Amaury Abreu.
Amaury Abreu shares his views on the issues of white supremacy and white privilege as they relate to Lebanon County.
It all appeared good… then came the pandemic of 2020. Now, what might all this mean for Lebanon County?