Rising prices could delay the Lebanon School District’s plan to address overcrowding, which is centered around the construction of a new middle school next to the existing Lebanon High School.
A dedicated proponent of emergency medical training in his community was honored this summer by officials in ELCO School District.
Cedar Crest students Danny Peelen, Sam Joffey, and Reed Fretz took first place for the Falcons in the 2022 Brain Busters Championship.
As part of a realignment of the Middle Atlantic Conference, Lebanon Valley College will move to a new division for the 2023-24 academic year.
The City of Lebanon will be hosting a nature camp for kids at Stoever’s Dam Park from June 27 to June 29.
Two information sessions will be offered on June 22 about Penn State Extension’s Master Gardeners program.
HACC will be offering a new program locally this summer in the high-demand field of phlebotomy, and funding may be available to eligible Lebanon County residents.
The Palmyra Public Library will be hosting a summer learning series with the theme “Oceans of Possibilities.”
Lebanon Valley College is prepared to welcome 30-40 nursing students this fall, the first class of its new nursing program, as it gets construction of their new school building underway.
The Krypton Cougars, a Palmyra-based high school robotics squad, is headed to Houston this week to compete in the FIRST Championship.
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.
A bill put forth to the Pennsylvania House aims to return whole milk to schools in the commonwealth in advance of any federal action on the matter.
Camp Cadet aims to provide local youth with a positive growth experience using a framework of a “mini” police academy.
The Krypton Cougars, a Palmyra-based high school robotics squad, took a top spot at a FIRST Mid-Atlantic district competition earlier this month.
This regaining of local control means that many districts have reverted back to their previously approved Health and Safety Plans, which allowed for optional masking for staff and students rather than mandated masking.