Twenty or so soldiers from the Pennsylvania National Guard were honored Feb. 7 at a welcome home ceremony at the Lebanon Readiness Center.
This week’s pet is Laiken, owned by Mike and Heather Carnevale of Lebanon.
Londonderry Village and its onsite pharmacy, Hershey Long-term Care Pharmacy, hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for independent living residents. During the two-day clinic, 377 residents received the first of two doses of the vaccine.
This week’s pet is Teddy, owned by Jamie Arehart.
Super Bowl LV is only a few days away, and plenty of local residents are already planning on where to get their game day grub. Here’s some of the suggestions from LebTown readers on the best takeout pizza, wings, and more in the area.
This week’s pet is Billy, the fur baby of Diane Carroll.
This week’s pet is Minnie, owned by Ed and Nita Shutter, of Lebanon.
This week’s pets are Kandee and Kane, owned by Terry and Penny Donmoyer, of Lebanon.
This week’s pets are Max and Bella, owned by David Smith.
In the midst of COVID-19, an increasing number of children with mental health crises are coming through emergency rooms. At WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital, Kits of Comfort & Joy are being put together to help.
Take a quick stroll down memory lane with LebTown as we recount some of the feature articles readers spent the most time with in 2020.
Enjoy this selection of the history features our readers spent the most time with over the past year.
Before we welcome the new year, let’s take a moment to remember the breathtaking, the bittersweet, and everything in between.
This year has been one for the books – the scrapbooks and the history books. We saved you the tape and stationery and put together a short collection of LebTown articles for you to remember this year by.
With the new year and its promises in view, we wanted to reflect on 2020 for the better part of what it was – the beauty in the quiet moments, the normalcy found in nature, and the sense of community that transcends quarantine.