With summer heat coming quickly, we asked last week for submissions from local greenthumbs to show us the most-loved Lebanon County home gardens.
In the early 2000s, Jim Keyton stumbled across something in a Hershey Chocolate Company dumpster that didn’t belong there.
It’s an annual recognition that almost didn’t happen in time for Memorial Day this year.
Some community pools have already decided to close for the season while others will make a decision sometime in June.
New strategies may need to be put in place to ensure current health guidelines are met during the event.
Lebanon native, Revolutionary War colonel, and North Cornwall park: how John Gloninger’s legacy lives on.
Pony window visits, call bell bingo, and staff-organized parades are just a few of the ways nursing homes are keeping residents entertained.
We know that peak color may have already passed for some of you, but we want to make the season last as long as possible by collecting photos from the community of the best home gardens for a future photo story on LebTown.
Allyson Butz received the award to be an English teaching assistant for students in Germany.
Harmon has been working at Youth Advocate Programs for 16 years. He gave LebTown a glimpse of the important work he does.
Due to the pandemic, the 30-year tradition will take on a new form this year. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t participate.
Local singer-songwriter Olivia Farabaugh is one of the many people whose careers and lives have been altered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The story behind Lebanon’s Late Night run in the ’90s is one of the most intriguing histories of the city.
Steve Lum was called into New York City on March 31 to help process COVID-19 victims. Here, he recalls his experience.
It is not how we pass, but how we live that defines us. Randy Strobel lived an exemplary life.