Starting this week, LebTown will be a content partner of Spotlight PA, a collaboration that will make additional investigative journalism about Pennsylvania’s state government accessible to our readers on LebTown.com.
It’s just not done. Not in most newspapers these days.
Staying home this week could save a life next.
We are doubling down on last week’s editorial and making a new request of the Department of Health.
When our ability to collect the facts is impeded, we will let you know that. Now is one of those times.
LebTown is on hiatus for the next week. We’ll return to our regular posting schedule on Dec. 30.
We are taking a couple days off, but first wanted to thank you for reading LebTown.
On a recent trip to Key West, FL, a Lebanon connection revealed itself, showing yet again the historic nature of the community we call home.
It was a “magical night” in the words of ESPN. A “brilliant breakout performance” according to the Washington Post. And, according to LebTown, yet another reason to be proud of our quiet Central Pennsylvania community.
We have something exciting to announce: the LebTown Autumn Happy Hour, set for Thursday, October 17!
When we saw a tweet about Penn State’s biggest blowout ever, it was clear — LebTown had to cover this.
We’re taking today off, but wanted to wish everyone a happy 4th of July.
It’s been a bruising race even by modern standards, but this year’s Republican primary for Lebanon County Commissioner is almost over.
Growing up since just one year old in Myerstown, Pennsylvania Secretary of Corrections John Wetzel sees Lebanon County as his home.
LebTown is announcing an update to its police blotter policy based on community feedback and internal discussions.