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.
The Mohn family has a combined 160 years of service of the nearly 220 years that Perseverance Fire Company has existed.
Mike Rhoades, LVC Class of 1995, was officially named as head coach of the Penn State men’s basketball team at a University Park press conference on Thursday, March 30.
Dana Lape says that, in 1994, he called Don Bowman, the host of WLBR’s RadioTalk at the time, and told him his idea of a bologna drop.
For a majority of her 47-plus years as a Boscov’s employee, Deb Drum has worked as a cosmetic consultant helping ensure customers look their best on the outside. But more importantly, she’s also helped many of her clients be their best on the inside by simply lending a sympathetic ear.
Jean Zaun carries three elements – the rural landscape, chocolate, and oil paint – from her 1950s childhood in Lebanon County with her still.
Local wetland preserve avoids construction pressure, but COVID wrecks visitor attendance.
Whenever Lebanon County residents were going through their darkest days during a disaster, Paul and Mary Ann LeVan were always there to help.
Cedar Crest grad Will Stichter is nominated as art director for Best Recording Packaging for “Divers,” the album he and longtime friend Matt Stone (a Mt. Gretna native and 1996 Cedar Crest graduate) released last year as their ambient/experimental band Soporus.
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.
Matt Busch, the Lebanon native who has made a name for himself in creating official artwork for Star Wars and other franchises, is now developing a sci-fi project of his own.
Whether you’re new to the area or you’re a native resolute on spending more time outdoors this year, learn about hiking routes in Lebanon County.
The Palmyra Area High School graduate is about to release her first full-length CD.
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.
Ninety-five current members of Lebanon Valley College’s Pride of the Valley marching band will be joined by about a dozen alumni for the long-awaited performance.