Photographer Scott Church’s new podcast, ScottChurch American Photographer, is finding its audience.
A Lebanon City Fire Department firefighter is in critical but stable condition at Crozer-Chester Burn Center following injuries while combating a house fire in Mill Creek, DE.
A Lebanon Valley College graduate and Lebanon area music teacher won free Sixers season tickets today by draining a half-court shot.
One of Lebanon’s “sweetest” partnerships saw its conclusion today with the funeral service for Fred A. “Rip” and Nancy J. VanWinkle.
Today marks 60 years since the day the music died.
Chicago Bears head coach (and former Central PA high school coach) Matt Nagy was announced as the Associated Press 2018 NFL Coach of the Year last night.
At the Women’s March of Philadelphia held last weekend, Lebanon Family Health got a shoutout.
The Desert Dutchmen, a group of adventurous men out of Schaefferstown are preparing to take the trip of a lifetime, and raise money for a great cause while they’re at it.
Although Major Winters is most commonly linked to Lancaster and Dauphin Counties, he had significant ties to Lebanon County as well.
Showing how far he’s come since his Central PA coaching days, Matt Nagy has been named the Coach of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America.
Here’s our roundup of interesting coverage about these two coaches.
Christian Pulisic confirmed today that he would be leaving Borussia Dortmund this summer to join Chelsea FC in the Premiere League.
Actor and director Penny Marshall’s ‘A League of Their Own’ told the story of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, which Lebanon woman Jaynne Bitnner participated in from 1948 to 1954.
Kerry Collins will be inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame tomorrow in a ceremony that will be televised on ESPN3.
Lebanon High grad Khalique Washington will play D1 football next year at the University of Central Florida. He announced his verbal commitment to the school this morning via Twitter.