The Lebanon Memorial Day Parade and Ceremonies, cancelled in 2020 and 2021 because of COVID-19 concerns, is back for 2022.
Annville’s annual Memorial Day Parade, a 30-year tradition, has been discontinued.
Spring is in the air, and two local Girl Scout Troops are helping Campbelltown make the most of it.
This week, meet Chewie!
More than 200 people, including 30 former dairy princesses, were present for the 50th anniversary coronation of a Lebanon County Dairy Princess.
The boardwalk at Governor Dick is set to be extended another 100′, linking the original span with the interpretive trail at Clarence Schock Memorial Park and forming a complete, ADA-compliant loop.
The National Guard Bureau is restarting an effort to remediate the former Mount Gretna area military training camp that has its origins in an 1880s era act of generosity by local corporate titan Robert H. Coleman.
While it might sound like a combination out of fantasyland – Elephant Snot and Dinosaur Rock – these are the main ingredients for an upcoming coalition-driven cleanup of one of Lebanon County’s unique geological features.
LebTown wants to hear where to find Lebanon County’s best fresh produce at a local roadside stand. Sound off!
Kimberly Maurer will be sentenced June 1 following her March 23 conviction of first-degree murder for the death of her 12-year-old stepson, Maxwell Shollenberger.
KFC will open its second Lebanon County franchise location in the former Hometown Family Restaurant in Palmyra, according to a recent real estate listing.
On the date marking two years since the death of George Floyd – May 25, 2022 – a rally will be held at the Annville Town Square to remember the 10 victims of the racially-motivated mass shooting in Buffalo earlier this month.
It was the first time Viet Nguyen visited Fort Indiantown Gap since his family had been refugees there in the summer of 1975.
The Campbelltown Community Alliance is well on its way to raising funds for a playground at the Campbelltown Community Park, but it needs the community’s help to make it a reality.
The Pennsylvania Auditor General says Lebanon County’s Bethel Township has an $879,361 police pension fund, even though it hasn’t had a police force since 2003.