Meadow Lane Farms is situated on 185 acres, to the south of Walnut Street between Mill and 22nd streets.
Rob McNamee helped shape what local journalism became and, through his work at the Lebanon Daily News, influenced the careers of scores of local journalists.
Brian Keeney, a Lebanon local, and his son, Noah, share a passion for performing and theater. Brian just took a little longer to discover it.
Winning a gold medal at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo was a childhood dream come true for Lebanon native Ryan Neiswender.
For the last several years, the research of two professors at Lebanon Valley College has been instrumental in drawing attention to the remarkable social and cultural influence of the Latin American diaspora in Central Pennsylvania, which can be traced as far back as the American Revolution.
Saturday was hot but comfortable under Mount Gretna’s towering shade trees. Artists’ booths lined the streets and walkways of the rustic community, and throngs of people bustled among them.
The trail is well on its “path” to becoming a national historic landmark given the recent unanimous vote in the House of Representatives.
Amaury Abreu of Project 13th Grade seeks to help local youth prepare for their futures through presentations, community events, and more.
The Angela C. Funk Legacy Exhibit will be presented to the community from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Aug. 6 at the LVCOA headquarters.
The Chestnut Street Log House will be open Wednesdays in August from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. They are always open by appointment.
“The Chocolate Town Special” re-debuted to rave reviews from a new audience July 9 at the Derry Township Historical Society’s Museum at 40 Northeast Drive in Hershey. The intricate N-scale – or 1 to 160 proportion to actual size – model train display will be exhibited through December.
In 1757, Meier purchased almost 250 acres of farmland that included farm buildings and a large limestone house.
Sheaf has been a fixture on stages in Lebanon, Gretna, and Hershey as an actor in, and director of, countless productions.
The Beard brothers will need to raise $5,000 to $7,000 to install an obelisk stone memorial with a plaque honoring Earl Wenger’s service.
Established in August 2020, the Biever Family Police Scholarship Fund celebrates the life of former Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Jim Biever by helping to defray costs of local men and women pursuing a career in law enforcement.