Democracy has finally arrived in one of the least-expected places—the school cafeteria.
The Lebanon VA Medical Center will recognize National Vietnam War Veterans Day this Friday, March 29, with a number of ceremonies.
More than 15 first responders were honored at a banquet earlier this moth recognizing local volunteer firefighters and emergency medical personnel.
The Cedar Crest bowling team had an excellent performance this past weekend during the Pennsylvania State High School Championships at Dutch Lanes in Ephrata.
Friends of the Union Canal Tunnel Park, an all-volunteer organization, has been hard at work repairing the park’s tour boat this winter.
This year, Isaac Martin is bringing his hot cocoa fundraiser to Lebanon County.
Light snow flurries didn’t stop almost 300 students and family members from taking part in a Family Science Night at ELCO Middle School on Friday night.
A Cedar Crest teacher received national recognition for his work in student television.
For more than 10 years now, the Glass Slipper Project has been making prom/formal dresses available to all at prices quite unlike you’d find in stores.
The Lebanon County Commission for Women has announced its 2019 inductees into the Women’s Hall of Fame.
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy has opened applications for its 2019 Richard H. and Karen R. Light Memorial Scholarship.
At a campaign celebration held last Thursday at the clubhouse at Alden Place, the United Way of Lebanon County revealed that it had raised a total of $1.7 million during its 2018-2019 campaign.
The Lebanon County Commission for Women is seeking mini-grant proposals from local non-profits that want to raise awareness on a women’s issue or issues.
The Jett Foundation’s annual, cross-country cycling fundraiser will stop in Lebanon.
Palmyra’s Boy Scouts of America Troop 456 will celebrate its 60th anniversary and welcome a new, all-girl troop.