The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of its annual small business awards yesterday in advance of next week’s luncheon.
In a report by the Lebanon Daily News, approval of the Palmyra Borough Council was noted for the Sheetz at 811 E. Main Street to begin selling beer out of its current “soda cave”, which would be renamed a “beer cave” once the liquor license transfer is complete.
The American Business Women Association recognized the 48th anniversary of its Lebanon Valley Charter Chapter this past week with a celebration at Hebron Fire Hall.
Last night just before 11:00pm, firefighters from Annville and Cleona responded to fire at Kindred Place in Annville Township that was later chalked up to careless cooking.
Cedar Crest grad Chad Ryland had no expectations coming into his freshman season at Eastern Michigan University—but if he had, there’s no doubt they would have been exceeded by what he’s achieved these last seven months.
Isaac Martin–aka the Cocoa Kid–held his first Lebanon County fundraiser event this past weekend with a (you guessed it) hot cocoa sale in Cornwall. Now his family is asking for the community’s help to reach Isaac’s $1,800 fundraising goal.
Cornwall Borough Police detained two individuals earlier this week on outstanding out-of-state charges after the pair was contacted by officers following reports by North Cornwall Road residents regarding the pair’s suspicious behavior.
A number of Lebanon community leaders came out yesterday morning to a Friends of Scouting breakfast fundraiser in support of the Boy Scouts of America’s Horse-Shoe Trail District, a member of the Pennsylvania Dutch Council.
A Myerstown man has been confirmed as deceased following his disappearance in mid March.
A three-alarm fire broke out early this morning at Henry Molded Products in West Lebanon Township.
We want your feedback on how LebTown handles names in police blotters.
Tiffany Bare was initially interviewed by Lancaster Newspapers on Feb. 15, and LNP followed the Bares over the next six weeks. Here is that story.
The Tom Gerhart Sports Memorabilia Auction returns to Hebron Catering Hall soon for its 19th annual fundraiser, with this year’s event featuring an entirely new local dining element.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s marijuana listening tour will visit Lebanon County on Wednesday, April 10.
No injuries were reported in yesterday’s blaze at South Lebanon Township’s Youth With a Mission facility, but more than a dozen missionaries-in-training were said to be displaced by the conflagration.