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.
Carl Wenger was an entrepreneur and a philanthropist and a founder. He was a father, a family man, a man of faith and a friend.
LebTown covered this year’s Union Canal Days. Take a look at our photos here.
PCN-TV’s Pennsylvania Country Roads’ May 9 episode highlighted the Cornwall Iron Furnace and Lebanon County-based FFA State Officer Alayna Harrell.
This is what an awesome 100 year old looks like.
In addition to dealing with the temporary closure of the church, the congregation faced with a new hurdle – finding and hiring a full-time pastor in the midst of the pandemic.
After nearly 47 years with the Cornwall Borough Police Department, Chief Bruce Harris will hand in his badge and service revolver when he retires from the force on Friday, May 7.
The process of applying for, and receiving, an appointment to a branch of the United States Military Service Academy alone is a daunting task. But the multi-step process seemed to fit Martin’s meticulous nature quite well.
On April 17, Campbelltown Community Alliance (CCA) hosted a Community Clean Up Day in the Village of Campbelltown.
Lebanon native, local teacher, and rapper Jordan Bleyer, who’s been performing and touring as Michael Wavves for several years, discusses self-doubt, career goals, and the mood of the current moment.
Dinatale is the heart, soul, and backbone of LCCM. That makes the 60 year old Swatara Twp. resident one of the top social workers in Lebanon.
Frank Dixon is both an entrepreneur and a philanthropist. He spent the first half of his life making money. He has spent the second half of it giving it away.
Most of the world and the United States is still dealing with the effects of a deadly global pandemic but Brooks, a Jonestown native, was back in Florida for spring training when LebTown spoke with him and he said that things are already off to a much better start than last year.
Not everyone is happy with the way trustees of the Clarence Schock Memorial Park at Governor Dick are managing the forest there, and some folks would like to see the 1,105-acre park under new management.
This year, the leadership of the Lebanon YMCA staged an all-night camp-out in front of the building to raise funds for local kids. LebTown grabbed a camera and checked out the festivities.