Campbelltown resident Pat Krebs is brimming with pride for the village, its history and most of all, its people.
Local residents are helping feed their neighbors by purchasing takeout for them to pick up at participating restaurants.
During his time on the crime beat at the Lebanon Daily News, Les Stewart reported on plenty of atrocities. Covering the trial of Carolyn King and Bradley Martin, however, was an unrivaled experience.
With dine-in options unavailable, people across Lebanon County are supporting local restaurants by hosting organized virtual takeout parties.
In the world of local service and community impact, Bryan and Brooke Smith are a power couple.
Frontline healthcare workers are heroes. And in this time of pandemic, we need heroes more than ever.
The nationwide shortage of personal protective equipment has area crafters firing up their sewing machines in an effort to sew fabric masks to donate to healthcare workers and emergency responders.
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, professional mural artist Katie Trainer painted a new mural to promote inspiration and hope.
Fans of the PBS show “Antiques RoadShow” may have noticed a piece with local connections on a recent broadcast.
Bill Wertz enjoys watching, studying and chronicling the movements of birds in much the same way that we enjoy his family’s caramel corn.
There’s always one in every group. And of the groups he’s in, Pete Silldorff is always that one.
If you haven’t headed out to Middle Creek to see the tens of thousands of geese stopping in the area, there’s still some time to catch them before they head up north.
This past Wednesday, players from the Hershey Bears visited Lebanon Middle School along with members of Penn State PRO Wellness to celebrate wellness efforts with local students.
On Friday, Feb. 21, 2020, Rose McDaid looked at her phone. It was 5:55 p.m., five minutes before she would stand up for the first time as a dancer at THON. Eight years of dedication and eight visits to eight different THONs had wound down to five minutes.
Alongside 706 other students chosen to dance in the no-sitting, no-sleeping dance marathon, Lebanon County resident Rose McDaid is bringing years of passion for the cause to the floor of the Bryce Jordan Center.