It’s equal parts natural and historical, but it’s also entirely beautiful. Welcome to the Union Canal Tunnel Park.
The weather was ripe earlier this week for sounds to carry — further and louder — from artillery training at Fort Indiantown Gap.
The Wandering Woodsman is a Womelsdorf-based YouTuber with more than 35,000 followers of his explorations around Central PA.
Coleman Memorial Park is as cozy as ever in these photos taken at the height of the fall season.
Just northeast of the City of Lebanon proper lies 153 acres of water and woodland in the form of Stoever’s Dam Park. Here’s what LebTown saw on a recent excursion.
Swatara State Park is showing off all the beauty of the fall season right now. Here’s what LebTown captured on a recent trip to the park.
High up in the northern mountain ridges of Cold Spring Township, a largely unmarked trail leads to one of the great natural wonders of Lebanon County in the form of the Boxcar Rocks.
You can call it conservation, or the Doc Fritchey chapter of Trout Unlimited, or diversion well technology. Or you can just call it fellowship.
For first-year coaches, the importance placed on those three skills increases exponentially. Now try to imagine the challenges a coach taking over an athletic program faces during a pandemic faces.
With the use of state parks at an all-time high, it’s important for pet owners to be aware of hidden dangers in freshwater that may be hazardous to their pets.
Lebanon’s stately, centuries-old American elm tree, believed to be the only one left in the city, is getting rejuvenated.
Women attorneys in Lebanon discuss Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy and how she affected their careers.
Lebanese photographer who visited Lebanon, Pa., and 46 other U.S. Lebanons featured in NPR’s Radiolab podcast.
“It’s very anecdotal.” Here’s what might have contributed to a lack (or not) of butterflies in the Lebanon Valley this summer.
For 35 years, Barbara Strawser has shown and sold her paintings around the world. Her work reflects her heritage and how she sees the world around her.