The Lebanon County Commissioners recognized local man Ken Long yesterday for his replacement of more than 120 headstones of American military vets in Lebanon County.
South Lebanon Township Police posted to Facebook today announcing a new internal database for people with autism and Asperger’s syndrome.
The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has been testing a new fall foliage map this year, with the latest release showing that Lebanon County is approaching the period of the best color.
The Lebanon County Commission for Women is seeking nominations in its annual Women’s Hall of Fame, which honors women who have made significant contributions to Lebanon County through their profession and/or volunteerism while serving as role models.
Penn State announced yesterday that the College of Medicine has been awarded a $4m grant by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as part of its REACH program, an acronym for “Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health.”
Twelve WWII veterans of the 95th Infantry Division returned to Fort Indiantown Gap last month to rededicate their division monument.
Last week the Pennsylvania Chautauqua announced the successful acquisition of Soldiers Field, which was first used for military training in the 1880’s.
Frank Reich always dreamed of being an NFL head coach. Now Frank Reich’s dream has been realized even more; last night the Cedar Crest graduate led the team in a 21-9 victory over the Washington Redskins.
BouKaram might be the world’s leading expert on the US Lebanon’s.
According to a new report from career guidance service Zippia, Lebanon Valley College ranked first in the percentage of recent grads placed into jobs in the decade after they left school. The report is based on data from the Integrated Post-secondary Education Data System (IPEDS). The team at Zippia searched for the colleges with the…