Born out of a lifelong fascination with trains, this “miniature” railway of the last Coleman family scion carried passengers all the way up to the top of Governor Dick until its owner fell into financial ruin.
The North Cornwall Township Board of Supervisors unanimously accepted the resignation of Police Chief John Leahy at a monthly meeting held Tuesday, March 2.
From the 1920s to the 1970s, Krim’s Beverages produced a number of soda products in a modest plant at 406 S. Broad St. in Lebanon.
What started as a small dry goods store soon grew into Lebanon’s largest department store, The Bon Ton.
The Gretna Arts Safety Plan, or GASP, which will focus its energies on making Mount Gretna “a safer place for visitors and residents,” addressing COVID concerns as well as other safety issues.
Joseph Fischer, who has been on the North Cornwall Township police force since 2002, has been suspended without pay, and faces a trial in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
Sale of old Northwest Elementary school building could be approved on March 2; office and commercial development project could start this summer.
Outdoor burning at public demonstrations and the destruction of old city records were the main items on a short agenda at Lebanon City Council’s Feb. 22 monthly meeting, held remotely via Zoom.
Throughout the summers of the 1950s, 60s, and 70s at playgrounds scattered throughout Lebanon, nightly dances, hosted by the radio station WLBR, were attended by thousands of teens.
County commissioners learned Thursday that Lebanon County is slated to receive nearly $8.5 million in rental relief for residents unable to pay their housing bills due to the coronavirus pandemic.
LE’s Cupcakes and Fat Puppy Coffee Roasters were part of a grand opening event Feb. 5 at Main Street Mercantile, Myerstown.
A 41 year-old Palmyra man is the second Lebanon County resident facing federal criminal charges in connection with the violent invasion of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 while Congress was meeting to certify the results of the November, 2020 presidential election.
County resident Kenelm L. Shirk was indicted by a federal grand jury on Feb. 3 after he was found driving to Washington D.C. with the alleged intent to murder U.S. Senators.
The owners expect the brewpub to be ready to open to the public later this summer or early fall.
There is a buyer for the closed Lebanon Catholic School property, and the sale could be finalized this summer.