How many of Lebanon County’s 32 roadside historical markers are you familiar with? From a Revolutionary War outpost to a unique renting arrangement involving roses, here are six that we’re betting you haven’t heard about before.
Every year, dedicated youth exhibitors bring their animals to the Lebanon Area Farm Show to compete. LebTown talked to a few exhibitors about their experiences.
The Fair will run daily, beginning at 8 a.m., with gates closing at 10 p.m. Admission to the fair is $5 after 3 p.m., while some of the special events on the fairgrounds’ track require a separate charge.
In 1757, Meier purchased almost 250 acres of farmland that included farm buildings and a large limestone house.
The two-man play Greater Tuna, featuring long-time LCT performers Larry Sheaf and Kevin Biddle, will show July 22, 23, and 24 at 7:30 p.m. and July 25 at 2:30 p.m. at LCT. The one-weekend show serves both as a soft reopening for the theater and a fundraiser.
Moraima Cakes & Café, located at 443 Cumberland St.. opened July 2. The café offers breakfast- and brunch-fare, hot and cold beverages, and desserts.
Deteriorating infrastructure, declining COVID vaccine demand, the new emergency call center project, and the retirement of a long time employee were on the agenda at the July 15 Lebanon County Commissioners’ meeting, the first held in-person since early 2020.
Payments can be used to address COVID-19’s economic impacts, replace lost public sector revenue, and invest in infrastructure improvements.
HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, finalized the sale of its Lebanon campus building to the City of Lebanon June 29. The sale price of the 65,000-square-foot three-story building at 735 Cumberland Street, Lebanon is $2.2 million.
LebValCTA aims to enclose the tennis courts at the Louser Memorial Optimist Park to allow players access to the game year-round.
Sheaf has been a fixture on stages in Lebanon, Gretna, and Hershey as an actor in, and director of, countless productions.
In the history of Lebanon, there have been scores of impressive landmarks constructed, but none as iconic as the Lebanon County Courthouse.
Pushnik’s Diner. The Gin Mill. The Waterfall Room. For decades, the Pushnik brothers were some of the most successful and magnanimous restaurateurs in Lebanon County.
The cause of a devastating fire that leveled a Lebanon city recycling center remains unknown, although rumors that fireworks sparked the blaze are still running rampant in the community.
Mike Weaver, Isaac’s president & CEO, said the 4,300-square-foot restaurant will be the first Isaac’s in Lebanon County.