Take a quick stroll down memory lane with LebTown as we recount some of the feature articles readers spent the most time with in 2020.
Enjoy this selection of the history features our readers spent the most time with over the past year.
Before we welcome the new year, let’s take a moment to remember the breathtaking, the bittersweet, and everything in between.
This year has been one for the books – the scrapbooks and the history books. We saved you the tape and stationery and put together a short collection of LebTown articles for you to remember this year by.
With the new year and its promises in view, we wanted to reflect on 2020 for the better part of what it was – the beauty in the quiet moments, the normalcy found in nature, and the sense of community that transcends quarantine.
Ever wondered who came up with the name “Mt. Gretna?” Curious as to who the “Ann” in Annville is? Here’s the history behind the name of every township and borough in Lebanon County.
Van Winkle’s Homemade Opera Fudge continues to produce fudge the same way it has since 1962.
The former Lebanon school building is getting a new life as a commercial and office space in the northwest quadrant of the city.
In a decade of change, a new local authority transformed one of Lebanon’s poorest neighborhoods into one of the city’s first public housing projects.
Restauranteur Alan Funck told LebTown he plans on taking over the business in four to six weeks.
The million square foot Hershey Company warehouse is expected to bring more than 500 jobs to the area.
Who has been leaving golf balls on the streets, lots, and lawns of Palmyra? The mystery remains unsolved, for now.
The plant usually employs about 600 permanent and temporary workers, but that is suddenly not enough.
The story behind Lebanon’s Late Night run in the ’90s is one of the most intriguing histories of the city.
Steve Lum was called into New York City on March 31 to help process COVID-19 victims. Here, he recalls his experience.