Tony’s Mining Company, the iconic restaurant in Cornwall, closed in April but will most likely re-open with new owners later this year.
From 1942 until the end of World War II in 1945, Koons worked at Middletown Air Depot, mainly in the fuselage department, mostly repairing B-17 bombers and C-47 cargo planes. Toiling in a crew that also included four men, Koons worked eight-hour shifts six days a week.
Carl Wenger was an entrepreneur and a philanthropist and a founder. He was a father, a family man, a man of faith and a friend.
It’s not every day that someone goes out and starts a nonprofit.
This is what an awesome 100 year old looks like.
Overall, more than 5,000 flags will be placed in 35 cemeteries May 15.
In addition to dealing with the temporary closure of the church, the congregation faced with a new hurdle – finding and hiring a full-time pastor in the midst of the pandemic.
County commissioners approved Thursday by a split vote a five-year tax abatement request totaling over $518,500 for DHL Express, a transportation company that plans to invest $88 million in blighted property in South Lebanon Township.
The sale and redevelopment of the old Northwest Elementary school is on hold until at least September unless the city and the school district can work out their dispute.
Some candidates for the judge’s seat are attempting to smear their opponents.
Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts newest exhibit, Art for Healing, will debut during the First Friday Art Walk, May 7, from 5 to 8 p.m. The exhibit is on display at LVCOA’s Gallery 770, 770 Cumberland Street, Lebanon.
After nearly 47 years with the Cornwall Borough Police Department, Chief Bruce Harris will hand in his badge and service revolver when he retires from the force on Friday, May 7.
The Rodeway Inn/Clarion Hotel at Quentin Road and Poplar Street (625 Quentin Road), Lebanon, has been rebranded as Hammock Hotel Lebanon Hershey.
What differentiates the Kiwanis Club from those other local service organizations is its commitment to children, their development and early learning.
Passenger trains last rolled through the city in 1967, and Amtrak says a resumption is not in the cards.