Olivia Thorpe will now represent Pennsylvania at the national competition in Scottsdale, Arizona.
After his March injury, Lebanon firefighter Dave Smiley returned to work October 13.
The Lebanon County Commission For Women (LCCW) is now accepting nominees to the 2020 Women’s Hall of Fame and they need your help to find them.
From now until October 31, specially decorated pumpkins are available at the Lebanon Farmers Market during regular Market hours.
During the first week of October, Support Connections of Lebanon County will be launching a new class aimed at increasing the number of people achieving self-sufficiency.
Here’s the scoop on the local roots of a new Burn Pits 360 PSA featuring comedian Jon Stewart.
Demolition work has begun on three burned out homes in the 400 block of Cumberland Street.
The Lebanon County Area Agency on Aging (LCAAA) is looking for volunteer drivers to deliver Meals on Wheels in the Palmyra area.
Cedar Crest High School grad Ryan Neiswender was a member of Team USA as they defeated Canada at the Parapan American Games in Lima, Peru over Labor Day weekend.
A Northern Lebanon High School senior recently participated in a program that prepared her to help other Hispanic students looking to go to college.
The Lebanon County Library System celebrated its 150,000th e-book checkout by awarding a new tablet.
Union Hose Company of Annville is in search of additional volunteers.
The United Way of Lebanon County held a campaign kickoff breakfast Friday morning at Lebanon High School, officially opening the 2019-20 fundraising season.
A lead medical support assistant at the Lebanon VA Medical Center recently received a a high, state-wide honor.
The City of Lebanon’s National Night Out festivities took place at the Salvation Army last night, and LebTown was there to capture the scene. Lebanon’s event was one of a half-dozen National Night Out gatherings held in Lebanon County on Tuesday night as part of the national annual event, meant to foster relationships between communities…