Davis Shaver is the publisher of LebTown. He grew up in Lebanon and currently lives outside of Hershey, PA.
Roundabout plan for Route 934 & Clear Spring Road under review by PennDOT
PennDOT is reviewing a proposed roundabout plan for the intersection of Route 934 and Clear Spring Road in North Annville Township, aiming to address increased traffic from the expanding industrial park in South Annville Township.
Revised plans for Lebanon Catholic site draw community support, keep unit count
The curtain is being drawn back on revised plans for a redevelopment project at the site of the former Lebanon Catholic School in the City of Lebanon.
Your guide to the warehouses under construction in South Annville Twp.
Nearly 3 million square feet of warehouse space has opened or is under construction now in South Annville Township, with another 2.5 million square feet already planned. Here’s your guide to Lebanon County’s newest industrial park.
Reflecting on our Countywide Campaign, we remember to ‘Take Ownership’
Here’s why ‘Take Ownership’ and our bias for action are hallmark attributes of LebTown as a startup local news organization.
CLSD super discusses support for high school after false alarm, student death
It was a difficult few days for the Cedar Crest High School community – to say the very least.
Republican committee chair says focus misplaced after Wetlands sign removal
Two weeks after an incident near the Wetlands in Bethel Township, Lebanon County Republican Committee chairman Bill Bova says public attention should be on the actual removal of signs and not the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Bering silent after Phillips relays implicit threat to Kuhn: Drop out, or sting video of campaign sign removal will be released
Campaigns alleging sign shenanigans, a camouflaged man recording video, an apparent veiled threat being delivered at a private club in Lebanon – the Republican primary for county commissioner heats up.
Cedar Crest High School evacuated Thursday after false alarm for intruder
Cedar Crest High School was evacuated Thursday morning, April 20, in an incident that proved to be a false alarm.
Why LebTown aims to ‘champion local’ through our reporting & business model
While LebTown doesn’t want to be a homer in our reporting, our mission is inherently positive and progressive – “Local News for a Better Lebanon County.”
How LebTown journalists seek common ground to bring our community together
LebTown seeks common ground through our reporting, regardless of the topic. Here’s what that means for our journalism.
Union Beer House now open in former Country Cupboard; will expand offerings
Union Beer House has completed its move to the former Country Cupboard building on West Cumberland Street/Route 422, just a mile away from its previous location, bringing an end to a two-year project and opening a new chapter in the business’ history.
Canteen at American Legion Post 158 in Lebanon closed while post reorganizes
American Legion Post 158 in Lebanon is in the midst of a major reorganization effort that has left the post’s canteen temporarily shuttered, but poised for a comeback once the post puts its house in order – or more precisely in this case, its home association.
1 year since tragic line of duty death, Lebanon remembers Lt. William Lebo
On the one year anniversary of Lt. William Lebo’s line of duty, the Lebanon City Police Department retraced his daily commute on their way to a solemn ceremony at City Hall, where Lora Lebo was presented with a posthumous Medal of Honor for her late husband’s service.
Make the extra call: How the shoe leather we put into reporting our stories pays off
LebTown always strive to “make the extra call” during our reporting.