The Lebanon Valley Food Critics begin Pizza Wars Season 2 with their first match-up of Mancino’s Pizza & Catering vs Mark’s Pizza.
The Northern Lebanon School District and the Northern Lebanon Ministerium have come together to establish a free clothing closet for students in need.
Check out the latest classified ads submitted to LebTown and LebCo Bulletin for the week of February 19.
This week, meet adoptable Lola!
The North Lebanon Township Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to advertise for bids for the 2024 paving project.
When Rosie Langello, who grew up in Lebanon County, was named sports director at WSFA in Alabama’s capital of Montgomery more than two years ago, she was the seventh person to hold that job – and the first woman.
A Lebanon County jury last week convicted Vincent Sosnowski of homicide by vehicle while DUI, involuntary manslaughter, and two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol for the death of 43 year-old Melissa Morrissey.
The Friends of Old Annville will launch the “Annville Goes Green” initiative on March 16 to promote environmentalism and keep the community clean and green.
The Salvation Army Lebanon Corps rang in the new year by announcing it raised more than $106,000 through its annual Red Kettle campaign.
The planetarium at ELCO Middle School, which sat unused for years before being brought back into action late in 2023, is quickly becoming a centerpiece of the school’s science curriculum — and, faculty members say, it has the potential for so much more.
Annville is preparing for some Easter fun with the Bunny Hop Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 23, from noon to 2 p.m.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
The Governor Dick Park Board of Directors heard a presentation from the Pennsylvania Game Commission Thursday on options for archery hunting in the park.
Facebook fans of The Pretzel Hut restaurant were hit with one heck of a Valentine’s Day social media surprise. New owners!
A zoning hearing on March 19 will consider a special exception application to develop an equestrian therapy facility for military veterans at the former Quentin Riding Club site.