The Pennsylvania Link to Aging and Disability Resource will host its monthly cross-training meeting at 8:30am Friday, March 1 at Spang Crest.
Cornwall Manor Retirement Community will host a Consumer Protection Fair organized by the AG.
The Community of Lebanon Association is selling 500 lbs of cherry pie this weekend to celebrate Presidents’ Day.
Gov. Tom Wolf and Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding were in town yesterday morning to announce a proposed Pennsylvania Farm Bill that would direct $24 million into agriculture-related programs.
Not quite Lebanon County, but we had to share this look at Reese’s marketing over the years.
Williams Companies has contacted its list of local business people to reassure subcontractors that it wants to see them paid.
A stretch of S. Forge Road/Route 117 in Palmyra is closed due to a sinkhole.
One of Lebanon’s “sweetest” partnerships saw its conclusion today with the funeral service for Fred A. “Rip” and Nancy J. VanWinkle.
The Lebanon County Builders Association will hold its 48th annual Home and Garden Show next week, February 20-23.
Has a buyer been identified for Inn 422?
Interstate 81 southbound is experiencing a delay around mile marker 82 in East Hanover Township.
Gov. Tom Wolf announced in Boalsburg on Wednesday that the state has committed funding to complete what has been known as the “missing link” of Route 322.
We are re-publishing a column today that ran more than a century ago in the Lebanon Daily News.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s marijuana listening tour is tentatively scheduled to visit Lebanon County around the end of April, according to a spokesperson.
K9 Patrolman Nicholas Ague was recognized yesterday for his service to the South Londonderry Police Department since 2006.