Would you risk your safety or your relationships to recover long-lost precious and sentimental family heirlooms? The characters in local author David Bohr’s new novel would say, “Yes.”
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.
Take a look at what’s happening around Lebanon County this weekend.
Medical marijuana will be making inroads in Lebanon County with the opening of Herbology, currently scheduled for July.
Sean Sykes, 28, of Harrisburg, was arrested yesterday in connection with a shooting that took place inside a Lebanon residence back in January.
Those who frequent the Giant in Lebanon will now be able to pick up groceries without setting foot inside the store, or even leaving their vehicle.
Lebanon County has the distinction of being the fastest growing county from 2017-2018 according to research conducted by the Pennsylvania State Data Center.
It’s an unfortunate reality that scammers have a propensity to target senior citizens.
Photographer Scott Church’s new podcast, ScottChurch American Photographer, is finding its audience.
The Desert Dutchmen, a group of adventurous men out of Schaefferstown are preparing to take the trip of a lifetime, and raise money for a great cause while they’re at it.
While the Lebanon Valley was relatively spared from the true wrath of winter storm Harper, the massive weather system is leaving in its wake frigid temperatures that will make their way through the area on Monday.