In front of about 50 people gathered at the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Sherry Capello officially opened The Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence.
Walk With A Cop is a free event held several times a year that is designed to teach children ages 6-12 about health and safety.
In time for summer travel, Visit Lebanon Valley has released a brand new “Explore the Outdoors” field guide.
A liquor referendum, prompted by Giant Food Stores, will appear on Cleona Borough’s ballots for the May 21 primary elections.
Fifty years before Jackie Robinson made his Major League Debut, a baseball league with a team based in Lebanon was making strides toward racial integration in baseball.
North Lebanon Township Supervisor Edward Brensinger was recognized earlier this month by the Governor’s Center For Local Government Service and the PA State Association of Township Supervisors (PSATS).
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce held its 39th Annual Small Business Awards Luncheon on Tuesday at Hebron Banquet Hall.
Olivia Farabaugh has become a staple of the Central Pennsylvania music scene, but over the last few years she has started to make inroads in Music City.
The Lebanon County Prayer Breakfast will hold a breakfast at Funck’s Restaurant in Palmyra on April 27, and State Senator Mike Folmer (R-Senate District 48) will be the morning’s guest speaker.
Parents in the northern part of Lebanon County have a new option for day care in the recently renovated Herr Mill building.
This coming Saturday, April 13, Downtown Lebanon will host an Easter event geared toward kids.
On April 27, the roads in and around Mt. Gretna will be filled with cyclists vying to win the 2019 Tour de Gretna.
It’s never too soon to start instilling strong financial habits in young people, and Chalkboard Financial, Lebanon YMCA, and Jonestown Bank have teamed up to do just that.
A Lebanon native led a fundraising effort at St. Joseph’s to support cystic fibrosis awareness and helped raise more than $40,000.
The holiday season is still quite some time away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about ways to help others.