Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals in our community were faced with difficult financial decisions, juggling their health expenses with their basic costs of living and often coming up short.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber has invited Bob Dowd, Director of Lebanon County Emergency Services, to take us deeper into what we need to know to best control how COVID-19 affects us and your business.
“The Adventures of Lebanon Lilly” children’s book is available just in time for the holidays. Pick up your copy today for just $10 at any of our Lebanon County Libraries in Palmyra, Annville, Lebanon, Myerstown, Richland, and Matthews in Fredericksburg.
Jonestown Bank & Trust Co. (JBT) is participating in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program during the 2020 holiday season. The bank has been a supporter of this effort for more than 20 years.
Leadership Lebanon Valley is accepting applications for the Leadership Lebanon Valley Class of 2021 and challenges you to ask yourself, do you have what it takes to make a difference?
The percentage of services (and non-services) involving cremated remains continue to rise. Questions about what to do with the cremated remains is also becoming more frequent since the beginning of COVID-19
Visit Lebanon Valley, the Destination Marketing Organization in Lebanon County is promoting shop small, shop local this holiday season with their digital gift guides.
On Giving Tuesday, December 1, 2020, the Lebanon Community has an opportunity to thank our local superhero nonprofits.
For economic recovery in Lebanon County, we need to understand the impact COVID-19 has had on our businesses. Participation in this COVID-19 impact survey will help shape the future of our recovery efforts.
It’s a little known fact that you can get the best auto loan directly from NCFCU. Need to know how to get started? Visit or call us today!
Making a Difference of Lebanon, PA’s mission is to build lasting relationships throughout the Lebanon County community by providing services to youth, veterans and those in need, through education, service projects, and events.
“Your Six Veteran Services” volunteered to help 86 year old Korean War Veteran bring his property into compliance with City codes.
There is something extra special about the honor of serving military families to create a celebration of life of a person who unselfishly served our country, so the rest of us could live in safety and freedom.
Connected Together Lebanon County invites people who live or work in the Annville-Cleona School District area to a virtual town hall on November 17, 6:00pm to 7:30pm to learn about a new initiative, The Basics Lebanon Valley.
State Rep. Frank Ryan has successfully led an effort to freeze the salaries of state government officials for a year.