We Are Lebanon, Pa speaks with Paul Zerman, the owner of AA Comics And Cards in Downtown Lebanon.
We Are Lebanon, Pa speaks with Naomi Boyer, a Lebanon photographer, and her work with the Beth-Elle Memorial Fund.
We Are Lebanon, Pa presents a mini-documentary about Nicholas Hernandez, who trains young men in Lebanon not just in boxing but in life, discipline, and hard work.
We Are Lebanon, Pa talks to Laura Burke about her experiences growing up in Palmyra and why she decided to move back to the Lebanon area.
We Are Lebanon, Pa talks to David Murrow about why he moved from Anchorage to work in a brand new television studio right outside downtown Lebanon.
We Are Lebanon, Pa talks to Brooke Smith about the work she does at UGI to help support our community.
Damian Vargas is the owner of the ARE and Be CAFE in Downtown Lebanon.
James Hubbard doesn’t just talk about our community and his commitment to it, he also puts his time and investment here as well.
Morgan Innocent and Kortne Stouffer were childhood friends.
Jess Innocent and Kortne Stouffer were childhood friends.
Executive Director Joe McFalrland tells We Are Lebanon, Pa. all about Kenbrook Bible Camp.
As her cheerleading coach, Lisa Marko saw Kortne grow up, and when she went missing, Lisa couldn’t believe it was real.
Maryann Smith goes by another name and that’s “grandma.” As Kortne’s grandmother, she’s had to experience the one thing worse than losing a child and that’s losing a grandchild.
Executive Director John Kline tells We Are Lebanon, Pa. all about OnFire Youth Ministries.
Lauren Smith wasn’t just a nanny but a friend of the Stouffer family. Lauren shares her memories in a brief interview about Kortne.