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.
We’ve got a few more details about the plan for reopening Tabor Church, specifically regarding the organ and overflow parking plans.
Eastern Enterprises Inc. has finalized its sales of Soldiers Field in Mt. Gretna to the Pennsylvania Chautauqua for a sum of $975,000, according to a list of recent area real estate transactions published by the Daily News.
Flush with $10 million in funding from the Bloomberg Foundation, the Commonwealth is acting to drastically expand access to naloxone by making it available today, for free, at nearly 80 locations across the Commonwealth.
Bloomberg Philanthropies is donating $10 million to the Commonwealth to fight the opioid crisis.
The United Way of Lebanon County held its Mid-Campaign Community Meeting last night at the Lebanon Country Club, marking about 50% progress towards its 2018-2019 campaign.
Lebanon’s first medical marijuana dispensary is expected to open in the coming weeks (or months) in the old Mann Building at 815 Cumberland Street. Here’s a list of qualifying conditions as well as doctors in Lebanon County who are approved to prescribe medical marijuana.
According to a report by WITF, the United Way of Lebanon County is one of several organizations to receive a grant to help Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria.
The culmination of a process that began in January 2017, the Cedar Crest High School Student Council will host the Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils this week for the group’s annual convention, beginning Thursday and ending Saturday with most activities at the Evergreen Road high school campus.
Lebanon has another public mural, thanks to the organizers of the Mural-90 project.
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.