The Pennsylvania Chautauqua plans to raise money to restore two wood carvings owned by Gretna music lovers Peter Hewitt and Walter McAnney.
A two-alarm fire involving multiple Lebanon row houses broke out Sunday afternoon, May 8.
At Thursday’s Lebanon County Commissioners meeting, the Commissioners awarded $225,657 in Marcellus Shale grants to 11 applicants.
A spokesperson for Dunkin’ confirmed via email Thursday, May 5, that the company is planning a summer 2022 opening for another new Palmyra area location at 81 N. Londonderry Square.
Lebanon Valley College is prepared to welcome 30-40 nursing students this fall, the first class of its new nursing program, as it gets construction of their new school building underway.
Cornwall Manor is in the early stages of more than $34 million of development projects that will see major additions on The Woods campus, as well as a significant renovation to an existing apartment building.
Jonestown Borough was successful in securing a $1.1 million grant to improve street crossings along Market Street.
In this week’s “who knew” column, we share the story of how a railroad rivalry led to chaos and conflict during the 1887 National Guard encampment at Mt. Gretna.
Clear Springs Logistics Park is expected to consist of three warehouses totaling approximately 2.8 million SF.
Chris Gebhard, the incumbent in Pennsylvania’s 48th Senatorial District, is running unopposed in the Republican primary on May 17.
The parade is planned for 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 18, and will celebrate the community fire companies that serve the Lebanon Valley. Almost $35,000 in prize money will be awarded to participants.
Lebanon County Wildlife was launched in January and has grown to more than 300 members sharing and enjoying photos of the local fauna.
Congressman Dan Meuser (R-9) visited five businesses in downtown Lebanon Thursday, April 21.
The Lebanon County Commissioners struck a three-year deal Thursday with the union that represents correctional officers at the county prison.
The new mural completed by BKFoxx in downtown Lebanon is a reimagination of a classic Norman Rockwell illustration.