In Facebook posts yesterday, Kauffman’s Produce and the Lebanon Farmers Market announced a parting of ways with the locally-based produce vendor discontinuing operations at the market location.
Meyerstown continues its sestercentennial celebration this weekend with a full slate of activities and attractions at Meyerstown Park commemorating the rich heritage of this portion of eastern Lebanon County
The 47th Cedar Bowl will be held 7pm Friday at Lebanon Stadium.
As part of fall convocation activities, Lebanon Valley College just celebrated the official opening of its new Jeanne and Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion.
We’ve got all the details about the 28th annual Civil War Weekend taking place Saturday and Sunday against the scenic backdrop of Union Canal Tunnel Park.
Pat Huggins put together a captivating oral history of the Cedar Bowl football game held each fall between Cedar Crest and Lebanon high schools.
Lebanon High cross-country coach Tom Pearson might be the most followed high school sports coach in Lebanon County.
Growing up in Lebanon, one might think every family faced seasonal basement floods and the occasional neighborhood sinkhole.
BouKaram might be the world’s leading expert on the US Lebanon’s.
What’s the value of a liquor license in Lebanon County? About $120k, at least if you’re Giant Foods.
Yesterday Gov. Tom Wolf announced the first-ever Pennsylvania LGBTQ Affairs Commission, and named Lebanon Valley College alum & former staffer Todd Snovel as executive director of the 40-person group.
Lenfest’s path into the Pennsylvania pantheon evokes Horatio Alger, and surprisingly enough, it has a major stop in Lebanon, PA.
In a stunning move this week, the Diocese of Harrisburg published a letter that identified 71 clergy accused of abuse. None of the men are actively involved with the church, and some are dead, including former Lebanon Catholic Philips DeChico.
The Washington Post uses the Fredericksburg Bell & Evans’ plant as a microcosm for the shifting demographic makeup of America.
Within the next two years, Lebanon County will become home to one of the nation’s most popular new cash crops – marijuana.