Threshold and Kapel Group are excited to present a new mural in historic downtown Lebanon by internationally renowned artist BK FOXX. The New York based artist, famous for her striking photorealistic scenes and portraits, creates unique and meaningful works of art tailored to their specific physical, cultural, and geographic contexts.
While Lebanon City is host to many non-profit organizations working to make the community a better place, the Community of Lebanon Association (CLA) has been spearheading beloved initiatives such as the downtown flowerpots, car show, music fest, food truck palooza, carriage rides, tree lighting ceremony and holiday parade for decades.
It is no secret that our community needs more nurses! According to The Lebanon County Career and Technology Center’s Adult Education Program Coordinator, Julia Ansel, the CTC has updated offerings for nursing students in the community looking to increase their skills and earning potential.
HARRISBURG, PA (May 11, 2022) – Senator Tim Kearney (D – Delaware/Chester) is pleased to announce that his legislation to address educational inequities throughout the Commonwealth has been formally introduced into the Pennsylvania Senate. The Level Up School Funding Supplement, a component of Gov. Tom Wolf’s FY 2022-23 Budget Proposal would triple the Level Up allocation
It has been said what happens at home stays at home, but what if what is happening at home is the physical, emotional and psychological abuse that remain behind a wall due to fear or possible threats made by the same aggressor.
Lebanon, Pa. - Lebanon Lilly is a little cow who seeks adventure throughout the Lebanon Valley. Where will she go? What will she see? I wonder? This is a taste of the children’s book from Visit Lebanon Valley, entitled The Adventures of Lebanon Lilly.
Lebanon, PA- On April 27th from 2pm-4pm Lebanon Family Health Services hosted their regular informational session for community members who came into their location to get assistance. Members of the community came in and were provided with information about the different services LFHS provides to teens. Q Hubo News was part of the informational event through a month-long promotion and documenting the resources provided by LFHS the day of the event.
Amongst all his great achievements, the one Roche is most proud of is his family, “The most significant accomplishment of my life was when my wife, Rebecca, and I were blessed with the birth of our three amazing boys, Corbin, Gavin, and Reid.”
Recently, my home school district, Northern York, where all four of my children have been educated and to which my property taxes are paid, was faced with an outside organization seeking to host a club with a name that has no place in our public schools.
The Lebanon City Council met Monday to vote on a resolution to recognize the life and sacrifice of Lt. William Lebo, vote to dispose of old department documents, and vote to add two new crosswalk lights on Liberty and Chapel Streets.