Married couple and business partners Amy and Chris Beiler will cut the ribbon to Friendly Family Outlet at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 15.
Jazzie Battle shared his journey from having $6 to his name to having two businesses: Poncho’s Backyard Grubbin’ and Rome’s Rentals.
The Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence is once again sparking the entrepreneurial spirit in Lebanon County, with the announcement of its third annual Lebanon County PITCH competition.
Jesús A. Rivera, owner of Rivera’s Auto Spa LLC, sat down with LebTown and shared how he got to where he is today.
The competition, which was held on Oct. 19 at The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce, located at 989 Quentin Rd., awarded a total of $8,000 to local business plans and pitches.
In the history of Lebanon County, manufacturers of the frozen treat range from mom-and-pop shops to fairly large businesses.
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.
The Shueys have been making crafted pretzels in Lebanon for 93 years.
Two rounds of SBA loans from the national CARES Act have helped secure the paychecks of thousands of workers across the county.
A primer on the resources currently available to local small businesses struggling to stay afloat during these uncertain times.
Draude’s Derailment on Eighth Street began as a passion project. Now, 45 years later, the store is brimming with cultural artifacts of a bygone era.
Rebecca Jo Gacono-Harlan—”Becky,” for short—is a complex person with a number of natural talents. More than anything, Gacono tries to be a good citizen.