Rebekah “Becky” Daubert was born, raised, and educated in Lebanon County. Now, she’s an English teacher putting books in the hands of her neighbors.
Today, Fort Indiantown Gap is alone in the northeast for having a population of regal fritillary butterflies that patrol its grounds.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission celebrated 127 years of managing the state’s wildlife on Saturday by officially opening its Conservation Heritage Museum in the Visitors Center of the Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area.
Over the years, Larissa Ealy has served the Lebanon community as a firefighter and a chef.
Lebanon-based rapper Michael Wavves is gearing up for his first-ever national tour.
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.
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It was the first time Viet Nguyen visited Fort Indiantown Gap since his family had been refugees there in the summer of 1975.
It’s been 18 months since LebTown first reported on Palmyra’s golf ball mystery. It doesn’t appear to have been solved.
Frank Ryan, state representative for the 101st Legislative District, reflects on his time in office as his third and final term nears its end.
Between rolling fields, forest paths, and wide-open riverside trails, the Susquehanna region is hardly lacking in sights to see from the perch of a bicycle seat.
Community leaders and others remember the businessman and philanthropist, who died Dec. 16.
Four cows, specifically, from the Brook-Corner Holsteins farm will be putting their maternal instincts on display as people gather at the Calving Corner, a relatively new exhibition at the Pennsylvania Farm Show that shares the miracle of birth, barnyard style.
Lebanon County local Darrel Moyer has long had a passion for Christmas decorating, and he is now putting that passion to work at the National Christmas Center of Pennsylvania, where he got a job in July.
Local actor/director Jack Ferry began his career in poultry management, but it took a switch to law to get him into the theater.