Sister Margaret Bender, possibly the last nun to serve in Lebanon County, reflects on her life’s journey, the declining number of nuns, and the importance of understanding religious roles in the community.
Two couples from South Annville Township are reviving a beloved local ice cream parlor as “Colebrook Crossing,” with plans to open in May, offering a family-friendly atmosphere and a menu featuring soft ice cream, local drinks, and classic American fare.
When a fresh school year begins this fall, Northern Lebanon’s state-of-the-art elementary school will usher in a new period in local primary education.
From the inside of a prison cell at a state penitentiary, Chad Thierwechter and Charles Jackson Jr. have experienced rock bottom. Now, they’re on a mission to positively affect the developmental years of at-risk youth in the City of Lebanon.
Now, there’s so much more to know about the multi-faceted local agency affectionately known as ‘Crisis.’ But at its core, what Lebanon County Crisis Intervention does – what it’s really all about – is empowering people, making a difference in lives and practicing the art of communication.
For 16 years, Saphore worked to make the Fredericksburg Eagle Hotel, situated at 101 East Main Street, into a gathering place for locals, an establishment where patrons could get good food at a square price, a pillar of the community.
Growing up in South Lebanon, Bobby Gallo couldn’t comprehend a life without sports. But not even he could’ve imagined the path his life would take.
The Cornwall-Lebanon School District announced plans for a major project overhauling its main campus at a school board public work session on Monday night.
It’s the kind of thing that no one would ever miss until it went away.
“When it went up for sale, I saw it as the opportunity of a lifetime, to run this hotel the way I see fit,” said David Deimler, owner of Babe’s Grill House in Palmyra.
The renovation of Country Cupboard is expected to take three to five months to complete.
A 30-year transplant to Lebanon, Vin Garcia would’ve served his community no matter where he settled. But he landed here, and because he did, Lebanon is a much better place to live.
To date, Rooney has raised about $35,000 to resurface and repurpose what was once a Kiwanis Club-funded court. Over the past nine months, those dollars have paid for new basketball backboards and rims, a new surface and paint job that allows for the addition of two pickleball playing areas, and a good section of fencing.
From modest beginnings in the early 1970s — when disco was born through some inexplicable molding of Motown, rock ‘n’ roll and pop musical influences — Stan’s Disco’s 15 minutes of local fame is now beginning to wind down. At the time, not even Horst could’ve predicted the path it would lead him down, because the nightspot took on a life of its own.
The Althouses’ trip began in Seaside, Oregon on July 20, and 4,098 miles and 13 states later, it ended on Oct. 3 in Cape Henlopen, Delaware.