The Fort Indiantown Gap police department this fall welcomed a new police chief and moved into a new, bigger station on the sprawling military base.
The Coleman Chapel in West Lebanon Township will be moved and restored at Stone Gables Estate, adding to the Abels’ collection of historical buildings and artifacts.
Katie Trainer’s art exhibition, ‘An Exploration of Life and Timelessness,’ marked her triumphant return to the art scene after a five-year hiatus due to COVID-19 and a severe shoulder injury.
Lebanon County’s Madison Copenhaver and Hope Wagner triumphed in the junior and senior categories respectively at the Pennsylvania Make It With Wool contest, while Rachel Seigel won in the adult category.
Tim McGowan has embarked on a quest to identify the individuals interred in an unmarked cemetery on the grounds of the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds.
A local couple has created nearly 100 holidays … and the world has noticed.
Is there a ghostly woman haunting the stairway at the old Harper’s Tavern in Annville? Or is there a man – a sailor, perhaps, with a mischievous sense of humor and a blatant disregard for current smoking laws – hanging around the bar?
“Heading North,” the debut novel of Holly M. Wendt, an associate professor of English and Creative Writing at Lebanon Valley College, will be released in November.
Penn State Extension Lebanon County recently welcomed Julie Weaver as its second 4-H educator.
Singer-songwriter Alex Stanilla has released his new retro-pop track “Savior,” inspired by a psychedelic dream and out today.
Two Lebanon city churches – one more than 200 years old, the other over a century – have merged into a single congregation.
Interested in wine and/or winemaking? Check out Lebanon Valley Wine Club, which celebrated its 51st anniversary during a September meeting.
While Lynn Struphar had no doubts about conserving his farm, the decision to enter the farmland preservation program requires consideration and planning.
Local artist Autumn Krouse led the design of a new mosaic at South Hills Park, a community project coordinated by the LVCA, featuring salvaged tiles and reflecting the park’s natural elements.
The Risser-Marvel Farm Market corn maze will open for the season this week, weather dependent.