A popular historical tour of one of Lebanon’s best-known cemeteries is returning on Sunday, June 26.
James Polczynski’s new book “Souls of Iron” examines the multi-generational Coleman iron dynasty, Lebanon County’s most famous industrial family.
It’s long been said that the wealthy industrialist Robert H. Coleman ordered the demolition of an unfinished mansion in Cornwall and sent the remaining stones to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, but there’s more to this local legend than is commonly known.
Previously located in Palmyra, Salamander Books & Music will move into downtown Lebanon at 701 Cumberland Street.
The Pennsylvania Chautauqua plans to raise money to restore two wood carvings owned by Gretna music lovers Peter Hewitt and Walter McAnney.
The parade is planned for 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 18, and will celebrate the community fire companies that serve the Lebanon Valley. Almost $35,000 in prize money will be awarded to participants.
The new mural completed by BKFoxx in downtown Lebanon is a reimagination of a classic Norman Rockwell illustration.
Lebanon’s Northwest Elementary hopes to promote student and family engagement with a new laundry program. Its organizers are currently looking for supply donations after being given a headstart thanks to Majik Rent-To-Own.
As we celebrate the life of Lt. William Lebo, so too we recall the lives of Chief of Police Aaron McCord and Patrolman Cyrus Shaeffer, whose names will all long endure in Lebanon County.
The fundraiser will take place at the high school parking lot between 12 and 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 9. Food trucks, craft vendors, and live entertainment are scheduled to appear.
The history of the chocolate industry in Lebanon County has often been overlooked thanks to its famous neighbors. Here’s a short and sweet peek at a few businesses and chocolatiers that set up shop inside the county borders.
The story of Penryn Park is one of 19th-century industry, breezy weekend getaways, baseball, thunderstorms, and the intense rivalry between two Coleman cousins and the railroad lines they managed.
On Saturday, March 26, the Moravian Church of Lebanon is planning to celebrate Moravian Heritage Day and the 275th anniversary of their founding.
The brewery began distributing its six flagship beers to local pubs and retail outlets earlier this year. The next milestone for the brewery stationed at 840 North 7th Street in Lebanon will involve the opening of a brewpub this summer.
With an official launch set for March 19, the Lebanon Bicycle Recycle program is gearing up to become a community resource for young cyclists.