We’re taking tomorrow off, but wanted to wish everyone a happy Fourth of July.
The milestone comes as part of a partnership with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
The Campbelltown Community Alliance completed a beautification project of the roundabout at Northside Drive and S. Forge Rd.
WellSpan Health has received a national patient safety award in recognition of its Central Alert Team, a group of nurses remotely saving lives in Lebanon and elsewhere.
This year’s class of inductees includes Broadway players, educators, composers, and more.
Armed Forces Day was recognized Saturday, May 16, with a Virtual Echo Taps ceremony carried out by the Pennsylvania chapter of Bugles Across America.
Thirty runners from as far as San Francisco and Canada signed up for the virtual 5K, organized by LHS junior Owen Sheetz.
The team, organized by County Commissioner Jo Ellen Litz, recently distributed their 5,000th mask.
Matt Reigle, our first news reporter, has won a PublicHouse Magazine contest with a script for a quarantine episode of the popular HBO series.
Nine days on a ventilator. 24 days total at the hospital. But today, 74-year-old Lebanon man Julian Montanez is at home.
He fought in the Battle of the Bulge. He served under Patton. He’s a member of the Greatest Generation. And on Saturday, he turns 100.
We Are Lebanon, Pa. is asking for Lebanon residents to submit videos thanking healthcare providers.
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.