Over the past few weeks, Annville-Cleona School District has quickly—and quietly—selected a successor to current superintendent Dr. Cheryl A. Potteiger.
Lebanon’s senior housing nonprofit, Community Homes of Lebanon County, has a new Director of Resident Services.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
Veteran’s Day is celebrated this week. It is a holiday that reminds us that many of our loved ones over the years have fought and died for the freedom we all enjoy. Here are some remembrance suggestions.
Lebanon County Judge Bradford H. Charles, in the case of S.E.M., looked to cases nationwide in an effort to educate the underage petitioner as to what testimony is needed for further proceedings, in light of Pennsylvania’s lack of authority on the matter.
The crash happened shortly after 12 p.m. on Sunday.
Veterans Day, as we know it, dates back to 1954 and has roots in the celebration of World War I’s Armistice Day in November of 1919, but some of Lebanon’s prominent veterans were being recognized long before that.
This year’s interfaith service at Beth Israel saw the synagogue thank the Lebanon community for an outpouring of support after last year’s Pittsburgh synagogue massacre.
Pennsylvania Secretary of Education Pedro S. Rivera was in town Friday to celebrate Lebanon’s new “community schools.” Here’s everything you need to know about this new program.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce is holding a workshop for regional businesses on medical cannabis and company policies.
The completion of the pedestrian bridge connecting the north and south sides of the Lebanon Valley College campus has been delayed again.
Christman’s Funeral Home, Lebanon, Owner/Director Gregory Vaitl was pleasantly surprised to open his mail and find a very special plaque from Google, honoring Christman’s as a Veteran-led company.
College health experts called the move short-sighted and risky at a time of growing mental health needs among students.
Cornwall Manor Retirement Community is building a new neighborhood that will be known as The Pines. Sitework began last fall and the community broke ground on the new neighborhood on Oct. 1.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.