The Joseph P. Sevco Jr. Basketball Courts were dedicated on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 2, at the South Sixth Street Playground.
Thanks to the combined effort of a dedicated group of students, family members, and community volunteers, new Catholic school Our Lady of the Cross finished its renovations in just 11 days.
This week’s pet is Aspen, owned by Natasha Nolt.
Nominations will be accepted until 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 31. Nomination categories include leadership, community, agriculture, athletics, justice, healthy lifestyles/health care, arts, education, military, and science/technology.
Madison Rose is one of four recipients of Eli Setlock’s organs. She received his liver; his heart, kidneys and pancreas went to other people in need.
The Quittapahilla Audubon Society, based in Palmyra, is offering high-quality bird seed for the fall and winter seasons. It is the 43rd year for the sale.
This week’s pet is Sophia, owned by Amy Kopecky.
Campbelltown Community Alliance hosted a Fall Clean Up Day in Campbelltown on Saturday, Sept. 18.
The abandoned bridge in question is located on Zinn’s Mill Road, about a half mile on either side of Cornwall Road and Lincoln Avenue.
Bennett and his family moved to Lebanon in November 2020.
We Are Lebanon, Pa profiled local attorney and local business owner David Warner about his journey to Lebanon County and his contributions to the community.
For the last several years, the research of two professors at Lebanon Valley College has been instrumental in drawing attention to the remarkable social and cultural influence of the Latin American diaspora in Central Pennsylvania, which can be traced as far back as the American Revolution.
On Monday, Frank Siller of Tunnel to Towers stopped at Lebanon’s Home Depot as part of his 500-mile Never Forget Walk for the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
Community Homes of Lebanon County is spearheading a capital campaign to add another 23-unit module to its existing 289 units in eight locations in the county.
Artist Aurelis Figueroa, who serves on the LVCOA’s board, worked with participants during a two-week summer mosaic camp to create the mural.