The Althouses’ trip began in Seaside, Oregon on July 20, and 4,098 miles and 13 states later, it ended on Oct. 3 in Cape Henlopen, Delaware.
Local veterans were honored at Trinity United Church of Christ in Palmyra this weekend as part of the congregation’s Annual Veteran’s Day Service and LebTown was there to capture the occasion.
One of LebTown’s favorite things to do in the fall is capture the beautiful autumnal foliage at Lebanon County’s finest outdoor locations.
Though the summer season is long over, YMCA Camp Rocky Creek of Cornwall recently saw a bustling day of activity as employees of Charter Homes & Neighborhoods volunteered their time and effort in a number of maintenance and improvement projects.
Going upstate to leaf peep? Totally unnecessary when you live in Lebanon County.
As a gold medal winner in men’s wheelchair basketball at the Paralympic Games this past summer in Tokyo, South Lebanon Township native Ryan Neiswender is making the most of the opportunity that’s been presented to him.
LebTown touched base with Julia Krall, the new United Way of Lebanon County’s executive director, to kick off our Five Questions series.
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy and the Gibble family have preserved a Mount Gretna property that includes the former site of Kauffman Park, an amusement park constructed in the 1920s.
The Cedar Crest alumna shares her story in the 152-page hardcover book and E-book released earlier this month.
Deborah Wright, a Lebanon County resident, won the inaugural title of Ms. United World 2022 on Sept. 5 in Austin, Texas.
The 154-page softcover book features 75 of Church’s black-and-white photographs accentuating what the subjects hate about their physical appearance. Adjacent to each image is a short monologue written by the subject explaining what they hate about themselves and why.
As a way to give back to a place that provided countless hours of entertainment and gave him so much joy, Syryth Mitchell decided to complete his Eagle Scout project at Annville Cleona Community Pool.
Meadow Lane Farms is situated on 185 acres, to the south of Walnut Street between Mill and 22nd streets.
Rob McNamee helped shape what local journalism became and, through his work at the Lebanon Daily News, influenced the careers of scores of local journalists.
Brian Keeney, a Lebanon local, and his son, Noah, share a passion for performing and theater. Brian just took a little longer to discover it.