The area is more accurately known as the Jonestown Volcanic Field, and is more akin to a battered relic of the distant past than an actual volcano.
The people devoted to resurrecting the 4-acre site don’t know yet what it will become, but several proposals are already being floated.
Kathy Yeagley has transformed the Campbelltown Post Office into one of the friendliest in central Pennsylvania.
LebTown ventured out to yesterday’s reenacted Civil War battle at Union Canal Tunnel Park to capture the scene.
A pioneering Lebanon County musician who overcame great loss to become a bandleader of wide local renown will be honored at an upcoming concert by the Washington Band of Annville.
The Community of Lebanon Association’s 22nd Annual Car and Motorcycle Show was held today with hundreds turning out for the event.
The Timeless Cafe is the latest in a growing number of restaurants finding a niche in downtown Lebanon after 5pm.
By following in his father’s footsteps, Stu Perlmutter very much left his own mark on the Lebanon community.
When you come right down to it, Amaury Abreu is pursuing the elusive concept of the ‘American Dream’. And one of the reasons that’s so refreshing is he reaffirms: The dream is still alive.
Built in 1871, the fate of the Wenger Meetinghouse has not always been guaranteed. Here’s the inside story of the building’s restoration.
A 34-year tradition of providing free dental care to the community takes place again this Friday at Cornwall Family Dentistry.
The Pennsylvania Chautauqua formally dedicated Soldiers Field on Saturday following its million dollar acquisition of the property earlier this year.
Patches Family Creamery, a farm operation located southeast of the City of Lebanon, is a local treat for all ages.
Join us for a century-old Lebanon County summer tradition: A trip to the Mt. Gretna Lake & Beach.
LebTown ventured out to Southeast Playground on Saturday morning to capture the scene at the 5th Annual Sweep the Streets High School Varsity 5-on-5 Tournament.