A walk-in passport application day will be held Saturday, March 14.
Gregory Vaitl, owner and director of Christman’s Funeral Home, was pleasantly surprised when he opened his mail to discover that Christman’s Funeral Home had received a Certificate of Achievement plaque from Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, recognizing his business.
The newly elected Republican state senator picked to represent the 48th District in Tuesday’s special election said he’s “ready to get to work.”
Farmer Rudolph’s Creamery of Lebanon, Lebanon County, won the best in show award with its cheese, Sir Farmer, during the cheese competition on opening day of the Pennsylvania Farm Show.
South Lebanon Township is the latest Lebanon County municipality to launch a trap, neuter, and release program to combat a rising problem with stray and feral cats.
“The Adventures of Lebanon Lilly” has been released, available at the Visit Lebanon Valley Visitors Center and Lebanon public libraries.
A Myerstown man explored the symbiotic relationship between body and mind while competing in the ultra-competition, “World’s Toughest Mudder.”
THE CENTER for Entrepreneurial Excellence, a free business resource for Lebanon County, is hosting the first-ever Entrepreneurial PITCH competition. The application deadline has been extended to January 31.
Lebanon County District Attorney Dave Arnold monitored election results at the Lincoln Republican Club in Downtown Lebanon. LebTown stopped by to document the moment.
Dana and Daulton Lape explain how they prepared for the Pennsylvania Farm Show poultry competition.
Republican Dave Arnold has been elected to fill the remainder of the term vacated by former state Senator Michael Folmer’s resignation in September.
The missing man was found dead Wednesday morning in Porter Township, Schuylkill County.
Lebanon County participants in Pennsylvania Farm Show competitions won Champion and Reserve Champion awards for various categories and subcategories of the competition.
List of results of Lebanon County participants in the Pennsylvania Farm Show.
The Penn State Extension Master Watershed Steward program is being launched in Lebanon, Lancaster and Dauphin counties this year, providing education on conservation with special focus on water resources.