Come have a great time and support our veterans in need!
There’s no better time to gather up your loose change and filled coin jars at home, and visit your nearest Jonestown Bank & Trust Co. branch.
Holiday shopping can come with a bit of stress with the larger crowds and easy distractions, but following our 13 safe-shopping tips could help ensure that you and your family have an enjoyable experience.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free luncheon on Tuesday, Dec. 3, for regional employers to explore alternative solutions for filling workforce needs.
It always begins the same way. Suddenly a loved one is gone.
THE CENTER for Entrepreneurial Excellence is looking for entrepreneurs to participate in THE GREAT Lebanon County PITCH to present business ideas.
Before the Lebanon Holiday Parade, join us at St. Luke’s Annual Holiday Bazaar, shop for crafts, specialty foods, popular raffles, eat at Wiley’s Cafe, and visit our historic church half a block South of the parade route at 6th and Cumberland.
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.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce is holding a workshop for regional businesses on medical cannabis and company policies.
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.
Jonestown Bank & Trust Co. (JBT) is pleased to announce plans for a new full-service community banking branch in Robesonia, PA.
Going to the polls and having your voice be heard is one of the most important and unalienable rights you have as a United States citizen. We have the privilege of having this right, so why not use it? As November 5 draws near, Jan Falk wants you to know that for her, running for School Board is not a right, but a privilege.
Recent posts by certain Republican advertisers in LebTown would lead one to believe that continuing to have a Republican majority in the County Commissioner’s office this election would ensure superior performance and make Lebanon County “Stronger, Safer and Smarter”.
Election Day is fast approaching. Before you cast your vote, take some time to learn about three of our candidates for Lebanon’s City Council.
As a lifelong Lebanon County resident, Dawn Blauch was raised with and has fought to retain our strong values.