The revival of the Beautex playground was recognized last night with a community celebration for the park located at 1219 Van Buren Street in Lebanon.
Construction has begun on a new health and wellness center that is set to open next year.
After not being in use for a year, the pool at the Lieutenant Governor’s Residence has been opened for use by various organizations within the state.
Palmyra Area School District Was recently recognized by NASA for the steps the district has taken toward greater energy efficiency.
Lebanon County Agency on Aginf is seeking volunteer drivers for their Meals on Wheels program.
ELCO students recently received the trees as a part of PPL Electric Utilities’ Community Roots program.
To generations of Lebanon kids it was simply “the Beautex.”
The 15th annual Ride for Wise passed through Annville and Cleona this past Sunday in memory of Lebanon County native Michael H. Wise, II, who was killed in the line of duty serving as a Reading police officer in 2004.
Childhood memories of trips to Mt. Gretna’s Jigger Shop are likely shared by more Lebanon residents than just about any other experience. After all, the business has been in operation for nearly 125 years.
The Odyssey of the Mind World Finals took place last month at Michigan State University, and the competition featured two teams from the Lebanon Valley.
He’s the first ELCO student in seventeen years to be selected to perform at the Pennsylvania State Choral Festival, and that’s just his second biggest vocal achievement.
Palmyra Area High School’s Envirothon team brought home 9th place at the state competition.
If you caught glimpse of a fleet of “beautiful brass cars” driving through Lebanon County yesterday, no, you weren’t dreaming.
Last Friday, May 18, the annual Echo Taps ceremony took place at the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
At a banquet held May 7 at Hebron Banquet Hall, the 2019 Class of the Lebanon County Musicians’ Hall of Fame was recognized.