For 35 years, Barbara Strawser has shown and sold her paintings around the world. Her work reflects her heritage and how she sees the world around her.
Judy Williams Henry has made a career out of understanding and defining the elements of movement. She’s made an impact on Lebanon County — and the world — by refining and promoting movement.
LVCA received news mid-July that it will now receive program funding from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. It’s a big step for the 50-year-old arts organization.
George ‘Gidge’ Horn was the kind of man who made a town a community. He passed away on Monday, Aug. 17, but his spirit and work lives on in Lebanon.
Eunice and Brian Heist bought Mount Gretna Roller Rink 29 months ago. The couple is keeping the passion for roller skating alive in Mt. Gretna.
The 17-year-old pianist seems to impress wherever he plays. LebTown caught him between gigs to talk about music, his band, and his future.
Stuckey, who started part-time as a corrections officer in 1984, implemented several cost-savings initiatives as director of work release.
In 2003, Herr’s 76-acre farm became the second property to be preserved by the Lebanon Valley Conservancy. He wouldn’t have it any other way.
History isn’t just the past. It’s a collection of moments. It’s happening as we speak. How will history remember the coronavirus?
The 48-year-old Lebanon native is about a month into his new photography project “Make Me Hate Me,” short for “these are the things that make me hate me.”
The near-loss of her family’s dairy farm in 2018 was an eye-opening experience for Paige Peiffer. Now she’s advocating for her family’s industry in unprecedented times.
Duvall is running as a Democrat in the deeply-red 102nd district against incumbent Rep. Russ Diamond, who ran unopposed in 2016.
Kaufman is ten years removed from his time as Jonestown’s influential mayor. His recollection of that era remains vivid, because it so much reflected who he really is as a person.
Crusty on the outside and soft on the inside, A&M incorporates its bread into just about everything it serves.
From flying model planes in Annville to overseeing supply chain logistics for rockets, Lebanon native Jordan Charles has long been drawn to math and science.