Pennsylvania historian Rich Wagner will be presenting a talk 1:30pm next Sunday at the Lebanon County Historical Society about our area’s heritage with beer.
Erik Soulliard has been in the film industry for a long time, but this is his first experience doing something like his Facebook video project, We Are Lebanon, Pa.
In an op-ed for the Patriot News, Lebanon Valley College President Lewis E. Thayne announced a new program in which students recovering from drug addiction will live in a special Collegiate Recovery House staffed by a Caron employee.
The first-ever Tower to Town 10-mile race is about a month out, with potential runners advised to register by September 28 for best pricing and to guarantee a t-shirt. The race will take place Saturday October 7th rain or shine.
Rescheduled from last month, this Friday the Cleona Community Park will host a showing of “Wonder”, along with an anti-bullying program before the movie.
Fort Indiantown Gap will be holding mortar and demolitions training this month, with the mortar training this weekend September 7-9 and the demolitions training on September 19. These training events will take place between the hours of 8am to 11pm.
Historic Schaefferstown is set to host its 50th annual Harvest Fair on the weekend of September 15-16 at the historic Schaeffer Farm in eastern Lebanon County.
Yesterday’s rainstorms broke records, according to local weather service Lebanon County Weather, which shared stats in a Facebook update this morning.
Cedar Crest grad Chad Ryland showed no yips last night in his first game as a walk-on kicker for Eastern Michigan in the team’s 51-17 win over Monmouth.
Turn around, don’t drown.
The New York Times has an interactive feature up today that lets you explore how much hotter your hometown is today than when you were born.
Overnight the Lebanon City Fire Department led cleanup of a large fallen branch from an elm tree in downtown Lebanon that neighbors say was over 300 years old. The tree caused damage to two houses and a van.
Isolated, medicated, and picking up additional charges while he waits for a trial that isn’t coming. How a man coming to Philhaven for treatment ended up at Lebanon County Correctional Facility—for years.
Thanks to a Facebook post by Katoora Rohrer, we were reminded of a great piece of Lebanon history – 711 Chestnut Street.
Following up August’s exhibit of Lancaster artist Stew Bradley, the Arts Council is gearing up for the September First Friday, which will take place next week September 7th in the group’s space at 770 Cumberland.