The pesky spotted lanternfly isn’t likely to grinch up the holidays for anyone bringing a live or fresh-cut Christmas tree into their homes this winter.
Hunter Adams, an engineer contracted by NASA and Blue Origin, is working on a technology that could change the way environmental data is collected.
V. Carl Gacono left behind an enduring legacy, including an unwavering devotion to his family and Annville community.
With Lebanon County now savoring the final days of fall foliage season, join us on a hike up Governor Dick to see the views.
Now, Aguirre has his sights set north of the border toward this weekend’s Toronto Open Taekwondo Championships
Domino’s Pizza franchisees John and Jen Bowers continue to grow their businesses while helping to reinvigorate Downtown Lebanon.
Girls on the Run is helping young girls become active while teaching them valuable life skills.
It was a “magical night” in the words of ESPN. A “brilliant breakout performance” according to the Washington Post. And, according to LebTown, yet another reason to be proud of our quiet Central Pennsylvania community.
Followings its 130 mile trip from Palmyra to the National Mall in DC, a Lebanon County-raised 30-foot Colorado blue spruce is now installed on The Ellipse as the country’s newest National Christmas Tree.
Will you be trick-or-treating in the Annville-Cleona area? Or want to give your kids a special Halloween experience before the main event?
In the wake of Three Mile Island’s closure, former employee Bill Bishop takes a look back at his time working at the iconic power plant.
The Krall Barn, an 18th-century log barn now being reconstructed at the Union Canal Tunnel Park, is getting ever closer to completion.
Visitors who come to the 5th Annual Lebanon Valley Poultry Fanciers Show on October 12 at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center will be crowing with delight when they take in all the activities the event has to offer and see the beautiful birds that are there to strut their stuff.
The United States Merchant Marine is unlike any other branch of the service.
Fall temperatures may be here, but that didn’t stop folks from turning out last night for the First Friday Lebanon Art Walk for October.