Music, art, and beer return to S. 8th Street on Sept. 18.
Registration is open for the 2021 Tower to Town Race Oct. 3, which will take participants through the beautiful trails of Mount Gretna into the City of Lebanon.
Making A Difference of Lebanon, PA and SARCC 5th Annual Collection Drive for those in need or homeless.
There is absolutely, positively nothing like a good old-fashioned pig roast.
The Women’s Expo invites women of all ages and interests for a lively experience of shopping, inspiration and relaxation and to learn about products and services.
THE CENTER for Entrepreneurial Excellence, a free business resource for Lebanon County, is hosting the first-ever Entrepreneurial PITCH competition, titled “THE Great Lebanon County PITCH” to win $8000 in start up funds.
Grief is the “tax,” but it is paid with love and remembrance to an unforgettable person who was an important part of your life.
Every year Lebanon Federal Credit Union partners with both Lebanon High School and Cedar Crest High School for their annual Cedar Bowl football game.
On August 29 at 1:30 p.m. in the Reese Memorial Hall at the Lebanon County Historical Society, Michael Fay will present an ancestry history mystery solved by DNA.
As a result of recent growth, and to better facilitate current operations, Zinn Insurance is moving its Lebanon office to a larger facility, located at 918 Russell Drive. The move will take place on Aug. 30.
The Lebanon Valley Family YMCA continues to grow in programming.
Lebanon Federal Credit Union will be hosting their annual Member Appreciation Day on Friday, August 27, 2021. There will be a small celebration at each of the branch locations.
When we meet with a grieving family immediately after the loss of a loved one, we always focus on the inevitable question of What do I do next? The one given in these situations is our commitment to making the decision meaningful.
The public is invited listen to the concert on Saturday, September 11 from 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. on WiLBuR 1270.
The Lebanon County Clean Water Alliance (LCCWA) is a coalition of government agencies and interested stakeholders providing leadership in the conservation, protection and enhancement of water resources for the people of Lebanon County.