Genesis Lighting and Electric recently announced the addition of a new service program: The $99 50-Point Home Electrical Assessment.
Grassroots Cannabis will open a new Herbology dispensary on July 10th, located at 815 Cumberland Street in Lebanon, PA.
A meaningful dialog with the families we deal with is extremely important to all concerned.
Interested in entering a competitive exhibit at the Lebanon Area Fair? All exhibits must be pre-registered and the deadline is fast approaching on Friday, July 5!
Join the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce for a free presentation on Understanding the Basics of Intellectual Property, presented by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Spinstock Flow Arts Festival is celebrating its 7th year on June 15, 2019 from 2pm – 9pm at our new spacious location, beautiful and historic Coleman Memorial Park, 1400 West Maple Street in Lebanon, PA.
More than 90 state and local chamber representatives, including the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce, gathered in Harrisburg for the 2019 Chamber Day at the State Capitol.
Tour de Lebanon Valley is a twist on a classic Lebanon County ride, offering avid riders and novices the opportunity to explore the countryside, farmlands and historical sites across Lebanon County on Saturday, June 8.
Genesis Lighting and Electric recently added Tracey Yeingst to their staff as Office Manager. According to Genesis President and Founder Ben Ilgenfritz, Yeingst brings over a decade of experience in office management.
State Sen. Mike Folmer has endorsed Dawn Blauch for Lebanon County Recorder of Deeds.
On May 14, Support Connections of Lebanon County and the Lebanon Rescue Mission will host a seminar and dinner entitled Reimagine Charity.
TruckTrek: Central PA Food Truck + Arts Fest is the premier outdoor food event in Central Pennsylvania.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce is holding another Professional Development Series to provide education, training and tools to employees or anyone in the workforce who may be ready to advance to a managerial position.
A claim being made in ads on WLBR-Radio this week that Lebanon is a sanctuary county is false, according to the reelection campaign of Republican County Commissioner Bill Ames.
Bob Phillips, Lebanon businessman and current County Commissioner, is honored to announce that Lebanon County District Attorney Dave Arnold has endorsed his candidacy for Lebanon County Commissioner.