The process of applying for, and receiving, an appointment to a branch of the United States Military Service Academy alone is a daunting task. But the multi-step process seemed to fit Martin’s meticulous nature quite well.
Helen and Josephine Yeiser, both hailing from Newmanstown in Millcreek Township, boasted wit and musicianship that made them international stars of vaudeville a century ago. Behind the stardom, though, the Trix Sisters’ story is one of family.
Ed Krebs hopes to win special election to represent the 48th District and build consensus between parties.
Lebanon native, local teacher, and rapper Jordan Bleyer, who’s been performing and touring as Michael Wavves for several years, discusses self-doubt, career goals, and the mood of the current moment.
Tim McMaster hopes to win special election to represent the 48th District and “make Harrisburg less powerful.”
The Annville Town Square Protesters for Racial Justice will hold the 100th Black Lives Matter protest action in the Annville Town Square from 4 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 24.
Though the Quentin Riding Club went out to pasture a few years ago, its memory and history are still treasured by many.
For 31 years, the Union Canal Tunnel Park hosted Union Canal Days in spring – a weekend of tours, food, music, and more. In 2020, the event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but 2021 will see the event returning to the park on the weekend of May 15 and 16.
After lengthy discussion, the commissioners voted along party lines, 2-1, to limit access to the box to regular business hours.
Construction of the one million square foot Hershey Company warehouse in South Annville Township is nearing completion, and the company expects the $178 million project to be complete and operational by the end of the year.
On March 18, five local students were recognized by the Lebanon Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
On Saturday, May 1, a free Veteran’s Appreciation Breakfast will be held at Sydney Roasting Company, located at 12 N. 9th St., Lebanon.
After nearly 25 years of daily use by local residents and exposure to the elements, Lions Lake Park is due for a much-needed facelift.
Frank Dixon is both an entrepreneur and a philanthropist. He spent the first half of his life making money. He has spent the second half of it giving it away.
Christopher Gebhard hopes to win special election to represent the 48th District and lead fight to curtail governor’s power.