If you know Grace Ziegler, you can understand why she deserved the Service to Mankind Award. If you don’t know Grace, read on to learn more about this amazing lady.
Out of 385 YMCAs across three countries, the Lebanon YMCA placed first for mileage, raising $7,738 in the process.
A Jonestown student took fourth place at a national wool competition held in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The Lights are no longer with us, but their memory lives on with a scholarship in their name from the Lebanon Valley Conservancy.
A Lebanon 4-H team competed in the PA Farm Show’s 4-H Potato Judging Contest for the second year, placing seventh.
Here are our photos from the ninth annual Bologna Fest & Winter Carnival, held at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center.
Former Lebanon City Council member Cornell Wilson was sworn in as a member of the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Latino Affairs (GACLA) Jan. 10.
List of results of Lebanon County participants in the Pennsylvania Farm Show.
We’re wrapping up 2019 and wanted to share some of our favorite photo stories from the past year.
Contentious elections, a curious one-way street, and more deep dives into the histories of local landmarks, family-owned businesses, and cultural fads.
National Wreaths Across America Day is Saturday, Dec. 14, and for the first time, Covenant Greenwood Cemetery in Ebenezer will be part of the observance.
With Black Friday nearly here, Lebanon Transit is ready to serve all your shopping-related transit needs.
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy surpassed its goal of planting 1,000 trees this fall, all thanks to the help of local volunteers.
Performing on stage at Carnegie Hall has always been considered a great honor. This weekend, 12 members of the St. Andrews choir will get that chance.
At the second annual Tower to Town 10-mile race, Luis Miranda and Olivia Guilbert placed first in the male and female rankings respectively.