Hebron's downtown Main Street has seen infrastructure improvements that add an 1800s theme.
Four-year old Skyler Volante and his mom, Ashley Volante, try to keep warm as they wait for the Little Obie Train to start its ride around the school during the annual Hebron Winterfest on Saturday at Hebron Middle School.
Five-year old Ethan Hough gets ready to chow down on a hot dog at the Hebron Wintefest on Saturday at the Hebron Middle School. The annual festival included games, movies and other activities along with some free food donated by Pav's Resturant and the Dairy Queen in town.
Established in 1890, the town of Hebron has about 4,000 residents. Five new businesses have opened in Hebron in the past two years, ranging from a hot dog stand to a fitness center.
Hebron's downtown Main Street area might eventually feature a new Town Hall/community center if town leaders can hammer out an intergovernmental group to help provide funding.
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