Reilly Wolfson, a Lebanon law firm at 1601 Cornwall Road, is now affiliated with Barley Snyder.
Rochelle A. Shenk is a writer with over two decades experience. Her work appears in regional business publications and lifestyle magazines as well as area newspapers. She writes about business and municipal sectors as well as arts and entertainment, human interest features, and travel and tourism.
Rochelle has interviewed notable figures such as NASCAR driver Kyle Petty, artist P. Buckley Moss and the late Lt. Gov. Catherine Baker Knoll. She also interviewed the late Helen Thomas, a groundbreaking journalist who was a member of the White House press corps covering the administrations of 10 presidents and one of the first female members of the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
A lifelong central Pennsylvania resident, Rochelle served as the president of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Association for Women in Communications and was on the board of the Ad Club of Central Pennsylvania.
Community of Lebanon Association and Lebanon Foundation merge organizations
Community of Lebanon Association and Lebanon Foundation merged in January to form Community of Lebanon Association, A Lebanon Foundation Organization.
Lebanon Valley Community Tennis Association’s plan for Optimist Park improvements takes a step ahead
The City of Lebanon and Lebanon Valley Community Tennis Association were recently awarded a grant to help fund improvements to the tennis courts at Optimist Park.
Star Wars-themed weekend March 24-25 will raise funds for Four Diamonds
Star Wars fans will have an opportunity to view the original Star Wars on the big screens as well as other activities at the Allen Theatre Annville and raise funds for the Four Diamonds March 24 and 25.
Mount Gretna’s Porch & Pantry reopens after renovations under new ownership
The Porch and Pantry opened at the end of January after new owners Guido Michael and Christina and Forrest Borod renovated the kitchen and completed a full refresh of the restaurant’s interior space.
Custom cake bakers focus on filling a highly-demanded (and delicious) niche
TV shows like “Cake Boss” and Cupcake Wars” showcase the latest trends for custom cakes and cupcakes. The shows also encourage creativity, and some of that creative spirit can be found among local custom cake makers.
Mill 72 will add Lebanon County location at Cedar Crest Square; to open in spring
Mill 72 Bake Shop & Café plans to expand its reach from Manheim into Lebanon County. The café and bake shop will open at 1784 Quentin Road in North Cornwall Township in the spring.
Construction begins on third phase of North Cornwall Commons development
This phase contains three buildings – a 6,500 square-foot retail building, a 27,000 square-foot three story office building, and a 129-unit apartment building.
Bayer breaks ground for expansion at Myerstown Facility
A groundbreaking ceremony was held for a $43.6 million expansion at Bayer’s Myerstown manufacturing facility on Nov. 30.
Upcoming novel will feature an inn based on author’s childhood home in Annville
Monica Byrne is using Annville and her childhood home on Main Street as inspiration for a fictional town and inn in her upcoming magical realism novel, “Ordinary Time.”
Former Lebanon resident, LVC grad was a panelist in July at San Diego Comic Con
Artist and illustrator Vania Hardy was excited to take the stage at the San Diego’s 2022 Comic Con in July. She joined the “Lumpia With A Vengeance” film and comic book crew for the event.
[Photo Story] Mick’s All American Pub opens in North Cornwall Commons
Mick’s All American Pub will open its doors at 105 Springwood Road in North Cornwall Commons Tuesday, Nov. 16. The 5,800-square-foot restaurant will seat 180 indoors and about 50 on the outdoor patio.
53 acres of Mount Gretna woodland, former amusement park preserved
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy and the Gibble family have preserved a Mount Gretna property that includes the former site of Kauffman Park, an amusement park constructed in the 1920s.
Cedar Crest graduate pens book about her breast cancer journey
The Cedar Crest alumna shares her story in the 152-page hardcover book and E-book released earlier this month.
Hammock Worldwide considering options to redevelop cleared backlot
Hammock Worldwide, the owner of the Hammock Hotel Lebanon Hershey, is reviewing options to redevelop a portion of the hotel property.