The Pennsylvania National Guard, which is headquartered at Fort Indiantown Gap in Annville, currently boasts a force of about 19,000 personnel, 3,500 of whom are serving full time and 15,500 who are part-timers.
There exist three public clocks in downtown Lebanon — none of which work.
Alternative Baseball Organization looking to expand into the area, give traditional baseball experience, teach skills to differently abled athletes.
Originally, Phase Six was forced to leave the former railroad bed because it could not obtain the required rights-of-way.
Originally, Loy had received 756 wreaths through donations to the Wreaths Across America program, but a last-minute windfall provided her with enough wreaths for every veteran’s grave at Ebenezer.
$6,500. That’s how much is still needed to completely refurbish the outdoor basketball court at the South Sixth St. playground, at the northeast corner of Elm St. in the city.
We didn’t get quite as much as predicted, but that didn’t stop Lebanon Countians from going out and capturing some beautiful images of this week’s snow.
Last month, the Lebanon Bologna Fest and Winter Carnival was cancelled due to the pandemic. But the Lebanon Rotary Club recently vowed to continue staging it after the pandemic relents, hopefully in 2022.
Couple in Lebanon County finds traces of the Old Union Canal on their property.
It may have been merely a dusting, but we didn’t want to miss the chance to capture the first snowfall of note this winter season in Lebanon County.
Lebanon native Chris Shaw recently recorded his 1,000 career victory in the sport of harness racing.
The statue donated to the Lebanon community by former NFL defensive end Jared Odrick was intended for Lebanon High School but ended up at Coleman Memorial Park instead.
The weather might be a bit chilly, but it’s still hard to beat a good stroll through a local park. Here’s what LebTown captured on a recent trip to Monument Park, at 8th and Lehman Streets in Lebanon.
The conversation will share what improvements have been made to police training and procedures since the June 4 protest after the death of George Floyd.
Being mayor of Lebanon doesn’t define Jackie Parker, it doesn’t make her who she is. But it was a special time in her life, one that profoundly affected her big picture.