A column from Becky Gacono about community – how important it is, and what we can do to sustain it.
On Giving Tuesday, December 3, 2019, join 20 local, Lebanon nonprofits in a giving event that will last until the end of the year, and help them to make a difference.
Lebanon ranked #1 in brain drain according to Bloomberg News, but the study may not be what it appears.
We regret that Lebanon Internal Medical Associates chose to portray our decision to partner with our major healthcare systems as a departure from choice that would negatively impact our resident care.
After providing care for our patients for over 30 years at Spang Crest, my group was abruptly notified that we will no longer be able to provide medical care for our patients there.
A crowd formed on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 26, at Jonestown’s Old Reformed Burial Grounds on King and Queen Streets, the likes of which it probably hasn’t seen since its last burial in 1956; however, no one was there to mourn this time.
On Friday night, November 8, we are planning on hosting an ecumenical Shabbat service for all faiths with an emphasis on messages of peace.
Rabbi Sam Yolen is the spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Israel in Lebanon.
LebTown’s Matt Reigle takes a look at the growing public debate regarding the influx of cell phone stores coming to Lebanon County.
Consider converting the main Lebanon business street, Cumberland, to a two-way street from 12th Street to 5th Avenue.
Our national security is now being compromised as we lose farms daily to financial ruin as milk drinkers are dismayed at the blah of skim milk.
The recent passage of the 2018 Farm Bill has made the cultivation of hemp in Pennsylvania and across the country legal once again.
A column from the County Commissioners Association calling for better partnership with the General Assembly.