The Lebanon County Commission for Women is seeking nominations in its annual Women’s Hall of Fame, which honors women who have made significant contributions to Lebanon County through their profession and/or volunteerism while serving as role models.
New Holland-based auction house Martin Auctioneers will hold its annual fall carriage auction at the Lebanon Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday this week (October 19 and 20).
A Hummelstown man was charged with homicide by vehicle while DUI for his involvement in a March 30 crash that took the life of a Lebanon woman.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower has always been an honorary Pennsylvanian, and those roots go much deeper than Gettysburg and Penn State.
This weekend the Pennsylvania Game Commision will be opening up the Stony Valley Rail Trail to motor vehicles for the annual “Stony Valley Drive Thru”.
Penn State announced yesterday that the College of Medicine has been awarded a $4m grant by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as part of its REACH program, an acronym for “Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health.”
Oct. 13 will forever become a special day for 32 men and women who are taking part in One Big Wedding at Calvary Chapel Lebanon at 1 p.m. on Saturday. The church will marry the 16 couples simultaneously in a ceremony called One Big Wedding, to be followed by a proper reception in the old schoolhouse’s cafeteria and gym.
With unseasonably warm weather and an especially wet summer, the West Nile threat in Lebanon County this summer has been both longer and more pronounced than in previous seasons.
When asked by reporter Daniel Walmer several times if the humane society had directed staff to not tell the public or foster volunteers about the pan leuk virus, Bojarcheck did not answer the question.
Did you know that America’s first distillery was in Lebanon County? The Shenk brothers began distilling whiskey in Schaefferstow
Twelve WWII veterans of the 95th Infantry Division returned to Fort Indiantown Gap last month to rededicate their division monument.
If you liked our post yesterday about the Paxton Boys, you’ll also be interested in what historian Lynn Otto is preparing for next week’s meeting of the Mahonoy and Mahantongo Historical Society in Dalmatia.
Philly.com’s Jason Nark visits Shamokin to profile 29-year-old Henry Hynoski, a Super Bowl winner and current head coach of the Shamokin Area High School Indians.
Today is the last day to register to vote in Pennsylvania in order to participate in the November 6 elections.
For Thanksgiving 2018, Giant Food Stores are bringing back the much-loved free turkey promotion, which last ran in 2016.
Little-known today, the Paxton massacre occurred in December 1763 when a mob of settlers from Dauphin County murdered 20 unarmed Susquehannock Indians in Lancaster County. A new digital resource and a diary from Lebanon shed a different perspective on an pivotal event in early American history.
From 11am to 4pm this Sunday October 14, come out to the H.M. Levitz Memorial Park in Grantville for the 34th annual Apple Cider Festival.
With a guilty plea for all counts except those involving conspiracy, Scott Kirchner II ended the Commonwealth’s case against him and now awaits sentencing scheduled for October 17.
Philadelphia-based writer Andrew Zaleski looks at the lanternfly invasion of North America, a war in which Pennsylvania is the first battlefront.
The Atlantic Sunrise natural gas pipeline that crosses Lebanon County north-to-south will begin operations on Saturday, according to its owner.
Last week the Pennsylvania Chautauqua announced the successful acquisition of Soldiers Field, which was first used for military training in the 1880’s.
The Lebanon VA Medical Center improved from a 3-star rating to a 5-star rating over the past year, one of only a handful of VA Medical Centers nationwide to make such an improvement in star ratings.
Mavis Discount Tire, a national tire chain, will be the anchor tenant of the lot at 1700 Quentin Road (Route 72) previously occupied by Cheyney Seafood, which was torn down in September.
Longtime Lebanon pet food & supply company Brandt’s Mill will be hosting its annual customer appreciation event, Pet Days, on October 13th from 8am to 2pm celebrating 77 years in business.
Governor Dick makes the list. On a clear day you’ll be able to see foliage in five counties from the viewing spot: Lebanon, Lancaster, Dauphin, Berks, and York.
Witches in Myerstown will be held October 13 at the Tulpehocken Manor (648 W Lincoln Ave).
Fort Indiantown Gap is once again a frontier of sorts with the forested area serving as a major barrier preventing the further spread of the invasive insect, the spotted lanternfly.
When brewery historian Rich Wagner began writing about beer in Pennsylvania in 1980, there were only 9 breweries in the state. Sue Bowman for Lancaster Farming on his talk at the historical society earlier this month.
For the Daily News, Daniel Walmer looks at how local districts are adding creativity to science-focused education.
If you missed the harvest fest in Schaefferstown earlier this month, worry not: You’ve got another chance to celebrate the autumn spirit. On October 13 from 10am to 3pm, the Friends of Coleman Park will be hosting the park’s 16th annual Harvest Fest.