Veterans Day was recognized throughout Lebanon County yesterday with local discounts, community shoutouts, and a drive-thru recognition ceremony held at the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds.
In Lebanon County as in much of the United States, most Veterans Days ceremonies have been canceled because of restrictions brought on by COVID-19. So, elected officials are improvising.
Lebanon County resident and filmmaker David Vincent Bobb recently released his film, “Right Before Your Eyes,” on numerous streaming platforms.
This week’s pet is Cooper, owned by the family of our very own Joshua Groh.
A memorial to the first responders who have served and have died in the line of duty is long overdue in Lebanon County, according to one lifelong volunteer.
Businesswoman Melody Vincent and volunteer Jeff Shirk were honored for their outstanding civic contributions by the Community of Lebanon Association at a small awards ceremony Oct. 21 shown on Facebook.
This week’s pets are Frankie and Nala Brandy Jazz, owned by Kacy & Brandon Hess.
This week’s pet is Brandy Jazz, owned by Sandi Rudegeair.
Anyone can send in a nomination for an individual who may have the potential of being selected for the award. The deadline for nominations to be accepted at the Chamber office is Wednesday, November 11.
Do you support Black Lives Matter? How about your local police? Two young men from Lebanon believe it doesn’t have to be a choice.
This week’s pet is Madison, owned by Linda Deimler.
Applications for the Angel Tree program may be submitted online until October 9.
This week’s pet is Riley, owned by McKenzie Hall.
This week’s pet is Maple, owned by Rob Harding.
This week’s pets are Zoe, Zipper, and Rigby, who live with their humans, David and Bonnie Kupp, in the Cornwall area.