After nearly 25 years of daily use by local residents and exposure to the elements, Lions Lake Park is due for a much-needed facelift.
LebTown photographer Will Trostel visited Lions Lake to grab some shots on the first “nice” day of the year.
From country to city, Lebanon County boasts of sights to be seen. After the last leaves fall, these locales take on winter atmospheres very different from how they appear during other seasons.
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.
We didn’t get quite as much as predicted, but that didn’t stop Lebanon Countians from going out and capturing some beautiful images of this week’s snow.
It may have been merely a dusting, but we didn’t want to miss the chance to capture the first snowfall of note this winter season in Lebanon County.
The weather might be a bit chilly, but it’s still hard to beat a good stroll through a local park. Here’s what LebTown captured on a recent trip to Monument Park, at 8th and Lehman Streets in Lebanon.
The Quittie Creek Nature Park is the pride and joy of many an Annville resident. Here’s a photographic tour showing off just what makes the park special.
Middle Creek might be famous for its springtime geese gatherings, but these pictures prove it’s no less appealing in the fall.
With its eye-catching cottages, woodsy backdrop, and old-fashioned community charm, Mt. Gretna is a town uniquely suited for the fall holidays.
It’s equal parts natural and historical, but it’s also entirely beautiful. Welcome to the Union Canal Tunnel Park.
Coleman Memorial Park is as cozy as ever in these photos taken at the height of the fall season.
Pro boxer Nicolas Hernandez (left) of the eponymous Nicky’s Boxing Club. Hernandez’s fight ended in a draw, but followed an otherwise total sweep for his club fighters.
Photographer Scott Church’s new podcast, ScottChurch American Photographer, is finding its audience.