This week’s pets are Lola, Anubis, and Gregio, the fur babies of David Sears and his wife, Addie.
While the first winter storm of the season might not have produced the foot or more of snow meteorologists predicted, Lebanon County did wake up to a hefty coating of white powder this morning.
Gerald Collins and Donald Brown are among only 23 recipients in the country to be recognized this year by the nonprofit Daughters of the American Revolution.
All of the items will be distributed to families in need in the Palmyra Area School District and throughout the Lebanon County community.
This week’s pet is Penny, owned by Jane Zendarski.
Inadvertently, Bonnie Loy’s actions have produced another great local Christmas story.
On weekdays there are typically over 200 guests and on the weekends around 170 per day.
COVID-19 derailed some aspects of the annual Pennsylvania Make It With Wool contest, but that didn’t stop two Lebanon County teens from taking top honors.
The Age Wave Initiative Advance Care Planning Coalition seeks to spread the word, to educate people across Lebanon County about end-of-life issues.
The conversation will share what improvements have been made to police training and procedures since the June 4 protest after the death of George Floyd.
Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts’ public art installation “Fish Out of Water” is wrapping up with an auction of the artfully decorated fish that were part of the exhibit.
This week’s pets are Kane & Koda, owned by Ashley Moll and her boyfriend.
Members of the Myerstown-ELCO Rotary Club saw an eyesore and decided to replace it with something pretty.
This week’s pets are Diesel & Turbo, owned by Lloyd Wenger and family.
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.