Bennett Auto will provide free lunch for veterans on Saturday, July 30, at its Buick-GMC and Honda dealerships on Cumberland Street.
This week, meet Eloise and Nix!
Morgan Innocent and Kortne Stouffer were childhood friends.
In a ceremony Saturday, July 9, Lancaster-Lebanon Habitat for Humanity dedicated the third of three homes rebuilt after fire left the structures gutted, with only the facades left standing.
This week, meet Owen!
Now through August 12, United Way of Lebanon County is collecting school supplies in its annual “Stuff the Bus” school supply drive.
Using funds from the American Rescue Act, Jonestown Borough will help Northern Lebanon Fire and Emergency Services equip its firefighters with new air packs.
Visit Lebanon Valley wants to see your best snapshots highlighting the beauty of Lebanon County.
We’re taking Monday off, but wanted to wish everyone a happy Fourth of July.
Jess Innocent and Kortne Stouffer were childhood friends.
Timmy is available for adoption through PAWS.
Schaefferstown Emergency Medical Services received a $4,448 grant from pipeline operator Energy Transfer Partners for two new Automatic External Defibrillator devices.
United Way of Lebanon County recently awarded more than $150,000 in Community Impact Grants to twelve local organizations.
Executive Director Joe McFalrland tells We Are Lebanon, Pa. all about Kenbrook Bible Camp.
Meet Gretel, a golden retriever with a big problem … and a big personality to match!