The Lebanon Valley Food Critics found themselves down in the western end of the Valley for their penultimate stop in the Ice Cream Wars.
This week, meet Zeus!
Since their reign began in June, Evelyn Troutman and Mackenzie Thomas have promoted dairy products and the industry throughout Lebanon County.
The City of Lebanon denied an open records request made by LebTown for a law enforcement recording of the July 6 fatal shooting of Gunner, a 15-month-old dog, by a Lebanon police officer.
The Lebanon County Conservation District will be conducting a targeted mosquito spraying operating in Jonestown on Thursday evening, Aug. 18.
The Lebanon Daily News has a new editorial chief following the departure of Gannett’s central Pennsylvania editor.
Penn State Extension is once again kicking off a fitness program meant to help get participants into the routine of strength-training.
Inflation is pushing the Pa. legislature’s annual cost-of-living adjustments even higher, with base salaries expected to exceed $100,000 in 2023.
The remains of a U.S. Army soldier from Ohio killed in the Korean War will be buried at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, officials said.
At Monday’s meeting, the North Lebanon township Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the preliminary/final land development plan for 2203 W. Cumberland St.
The Community of Lebanon Association will host its 24th annual Car and Motorcycle Show on Cumberland Street on Sunday, Aug. 21, from noon to 4 p.m.
The “Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist” will perform at the Playhouse Aug. 25-28.
The historic Washington Band of Annville will perform a free concert at Christ Church United Church of Christ on Sunday, Aug. 21, at 3 p.m.
Pennsylvania has closed primary elections, meaning only registered Democrats and Republicans can vote for candidates from those parties and choose who will advance to the general.
Rich Miller has been involved with horses since 1960 and his property in Palmyra, Pa. has consistently produced winners.