The location’s model seems perfect for the COVID era, offering only drive-through and walk-up service, but the lack of dine-in service was unrelated to the current pandemic.
Philosophically, David Balmer, a concerned citizen, and Jo Ellen Litz, a Lebanon County commissioner, see eye-to-eye on a great many things. But there are a few minor specific details that they vary on.
“Lebanon and Salem Lutheran grew up together. It has a distinguished place in the community, with its rich heritage. It has 260 years of Christian witness behind it.”
Activist and photographer Erik Soulliard’s latest project features portrait photos of 20 Lebanon County residents and is set to be displayed at a March 5th exhibit.
With few physical reminders of its existence, trolley car transportation in Lebanon County is now all but forgotten. But trolley cars played a key role in Lebanon becoming what it is today.
Henry Smith is a local clock repairman whose passion for clocks produces strong opinions about them. Not only does Smith find clocks aesthetically pleasing, he also sees their functionality as beautiful.
Surrounded by fertile farm land, Shirksville is situated in Bethel Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. But there are very few markers that acknowledge this small town’s existence.
On Monday, Jan. 18, Jubilee Ministries opened its seventh thrift store, in Wernersville. Jubilee views the opening as a way to expand its ministry into Berks County, and as an opportunity to do even more good.
The Pennsylvania National Guard, which is headquartered at Fort Indiantown Gap in Annville, currently boasts a force of about 19,000 personnel, 3,500 of whom are serving full time and 15,500 who are part-timers.
There exist three public clocks in downtown Lebanon — none of which work.
Originally, Phase Six was forced to leave the former railroad bed because it could not obtain the required rights-of-way.
The Lebanon #370 store is one of two Sheetz locations in Lebanon County. The other is situated at 811 East Main Street in Palmyra.
There was a time when Mount Gretna was home to a Million Gallon Pool. But it seems like a million years ago, and its creation may not have been a million dollar idea.
Gamer Pal is a collaborative financial venture by Lebanon siblings Kate Foley and Max Foley. The concept came from their mom Stacy Foley, but it was born from the coronavirus pandemic.
Originally, Loy had received 756 wreaths through donations to the Wreaths Across America program, but a last-minute windfall provided her with enough wreaths for every veteran’s grave at Ebenezer.