While county residents won’t notice any differences, the changes to Lebanon County’s 911 communications system will embrace new technologies that move the county toward future capabilities and away from outdated services and technologies.
Zanetta Kok, who owns Sydney Roasting Co. with her husband, Kenny, said the Quentin Road site is about the same size as the previous location – 2,000 square feet or so – but is better laid out for a café.
Kevin Biddle is a staple in local theater, and has been performing since 1979. He will soon perform in “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” LCT’s first musical since pre-COVID-19.
Be prepared to experience a chilling adventure when you visit Schaefferstown’s carnival grounds this Halloween season. The area at the corner of Locust and West Oak streets in Schaefferstown has morphed into The Haunt, an immersive haunted attraction.
The county commissioners approved Thursday by a 2-1 vote its portion of Phase 6C funding in the amount of $800,000 for the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail expansion project.
What was a hobby for Forrest Hoffert is now a business. Lebanon Indoor Archery and Supplies at 2 E. Lehman St. Suite 1, Lebanon was inspired by Hoffert’s long-time love of the sport. It opened June 2 and offers archery supplies and several types of indoor ranges.
The Joseph P. Sevco Jr. Basketball Courts were dedicated on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 2, at the South Sixth Street Playground.
The theme is “Zooming Out: Mapping the Path Ahead.” It will explore how Compass Mark can deliver the best services to deal with the pandemic impacts for individuals and the community at large.
The 154-page softcover book features 75 of Church’s black-and-white photographs accentuating what the subjects hate about their physical appearance. Adjacent to each image is a short monologue written by the subject explaining what they hate about themselves and why.
Thursday was the premiere of a three-evening run of “Nevermore: The Fantastic Terrors of Edgar Allan Poe,” a Gretna Theatre production that eschews (with one exception) the Playhouse stage and instead makes artful use of the porches and walkways of Mount Gretna’s wooded community.
A memorial honoring the chaplains of the nation’s armed forces and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will be dedicated Oct. 12 at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
Madison Rose is one of four recipients of Eli Setlock’s organs. She received his liver; his heart, kidneys and pancreas went to other people in need.
Lebanon City Council approves borrowing $2.33 million to help pay for downtown City Hall project.
For three nights, “Nevermore: The Fantastic Terrors of Edgar Allan Poe” will lead its audience on a tour of Mount Gretna, where they will experience the short stories and poetry of Poe in a unique setting.
PennDOT has released online plans to replace a 93-year-old bridge on Route 419 (Schaeffer Road), about 1.5 miles west of Schaefferstown, near the village of Buffalo Springs.