Here’s why ‘Take Ownership’ and our bias for action are hallmark attributes of LebTown as a startup local news organization.
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.”
LebTown seeks common ground through our reporting, regardless of the topic. Here’s what that means for our journalism.
LebTown always strive to “make the extra call” during our reporting.
Here are some ways that LebTown embodies the Society of Professional Journalists’ code of ethics throughout our work.
What is the product of a news organization?
LebTown’s Countywide Campaign is an ambitious drive to reach 1,000 active members by the time LebTown’s fifth birthday rolls around in April.
Our goal is to deliver the best local news service possible to our community, and we hope you’ll support us in that mission by sharing your feedback.
Thanks to the strong support of our members, the LebTown newsroom is excited to begin publishing longer historical features again beginning in March.
It is thanks to our members that LebTown will be restoring elements of our most essential journalism to the site starting on Feb. 7.
On Wednesday, Jan. 5, LebTown will enter an indefinite publishing hiatus.
LebTown is on hiatus for the holidays, and this year we’re going to take a bit more time off than normal.
We are taking a couple days off, but first wanted to thank you for reading LebTown.
LebTown is introducing a new feature intended to help connect potential employees and employers in a convenient and accessible format.
Two local independent media outlets are teaming up to better serve Lebanon Countians.