Fifteen years ago, at 3:05 p.m. on July 14, 2004, an F-3 tornado touched down in South Londonderry Township, Lebanon County.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
The Lebanon Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) will hold a genealogy workshop on Saturday, July 27.
The Lebanon Valley Community Tennis Association is planning to build an indoor tennis facility around the tennis courts at Optimist Park.
How a last minute wedding at the Good Samaritan Hospital fulfilled a man’s final wish.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
American red oak supplied by Lebanon’s own Weaber Lumber was used by industrial design students to create these sleek furniture designs.
The LebTown Weekend Planner presented by Envision Financial Group.
Whether the state pays for them or not, Lebanon County voters will be casting their ballots on new and improved voting machines this fall.
A substantial crowd congregated around the storefront of Herbology, 815 Cumberland Street, Lebanon, this morning as the medical marijuana dispensary—the first in Lebanon County—opened its doors.
Genesis Lighting and Electric recently announced the addition of a new service program: The $99 50-Point Home Electrical Assessment.
A July 12 meeting of the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service will take public attendees’ concerns into consideration.
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy is preserving 172 acres of farmland near Fort Indiantown Gap through an agricultural conservation easement.
It’s easy to forget that the cozy hamlet of Mt. Gretna was once a military encampment, but an upcoming dedication of newly-purchased land will soon illuminate that era of history.
The Palmyra Public Library will hold its annual used book sale from July 13 to July 18 at Palmyra First United Methodist Church.