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.
Melissa Kulbitsky said 16 cafes, coffee shops, diners, restaurants and taverns, 14 motels, hotels and inns, seven bars and lounges, two ice cream shops and one catering service received CHIRP funding.
The proposal, pushed by conservatives, is widely viewed as a rebuke to President Joe Biden and other Catholics who support abortion rights.
Brian Peffley, an instructor at Lebanon County Career & Technology Center, was recognized for student development and program leadership, according to a June 24 release from SkillsUSA.
In April, Ryan Boddy and Justin Ryan Boyer published the first episode of Platform Lebanon, a podcast dealing with local and national racism.
Not only did they survive, but they have plans to thrive by expanding their equipment and planning productions for the remainder of the year.
Forty years later, the Union Canal Groundhog Lodge #17 is still preserving and promoting the Pennsylvania Dutch—or Pennsylvania German—culture and dialect.
LebTown took a trip to Honey Bear Orchards to pick strawberries.
The Lebanon Farmers Market currently hosts 13 vendors, carrying products from produce to art.
The 10th annual Jonestown Block Party featured food, music and vendors.
Katie Trainer – muralist, author, and local art legend – talks about her work, her life after a car accident and COVID-19, and much more.
H.M. Levitz Park is a living, breathing tribute to Mary Levitz’s – and her husband Herman Maurice Levitz’s – vision for the citizens of East Hanover Township.
From 1942 until the end of World War II in 1945, Koons worked at Middletown Air Depot, mainly in the fuselage department, mostly repairing B-17 bombers and C-47 cargo planes. Toiling in a crew that also included four men, Koons worked eight-hour shifts six days a week.