In The Net in South Londonderry Township is finalizing plans to add a new 65,000 square foot expansion consisting of an “air dome” over an existing field.
The Lebanon Community Library is excited to announce STEM In Action, a series of environmentally-focused STEM classes for children!
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy, in cooperation with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, is seeking volunteers to help plant 1,000 trees in Lebanon County this fall.
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy and Community Health Council of Lebanon County have teamed up for a second year to host “Tower to Town,” a 10-mile trail run, beginning in the scenic woods of Mt. Gretna and ending in the city of Lebanon.
Take a trip back into the Golden Age of roller skating and see how Lebanon’s take on the pastime changed through the years.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
The second annual Tower to Town race will be held October 6 starting at 9:30am, going 10 miles through Mt. Gretna and the city of Lebanon.
Susan Wood wants people thinking about the way the lines of government are drawn.
The building and interior were recently freshened up to give shoppers at Lebanon’s Jubilee a better experience.
Fredericksburg-based Bell & Evans gets profiled by the Philadelphia Inquirer for the company’s commitment to producing premium and all natural chicken.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
Hinkelfest, Lebanon County’s one and only celebration of the chicken, kicked off last night in Fredericksburg, with LebTown there to commemorate the event.
Here’s the scoop on the local roots of a new Burn Pits 360 PSA featuring comedian Jon Stewart.
This Friday in Fredericksburg, a festival will be held to celebrate “die hinkel,” or to English speakers, “the chicken.”
A local group hosted a Meet the Candidates evening at the Lebanon Farmers Market on Thursday night, giving the public a chance to hear from their potential representatives directly.