16 hrs ago
Hanover farmer finds curious ear of corn
Hanover farmer Ben Klunk talks about the three-headed ear of corn he found in his crop earlier this month.
21 hrs ago
York-Hanover unemployment rate increases
York County posted a 5.3 percent unemployment rate in July - one-tenth of a percentage point higher than the previous month.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
The York Daily Record
Bridge named in honor of Cpl. Luke S. Runyan in Jackson Township
Eric Hostetler of Troop 149 holds the flag while Rep. Seth Grove helps unveil the sign for the Cpl.
New Oxford couple sells sweet treats for charity
Kona Ice owners Craig and Deborah Davis stand outside of their truck near DeGuy Avenue on Aug. 20. Kids in and around Adams County are learning that Calypso music is often followed by a visit from Kona the Penguin and his friends Solomon Sun, Squawkworth the Parrot, Crabbington the Crab and dolphins Splish and Splash.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Police search for driver in Mt. Pleasant Twp hit & run
State police are searching for a driver involved in a hit-and-run crash that left two hospitalized Saturday in Mt.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
York County crime watch for 7/26
District Judge Thomas J. Reilly's office covers North Codorus, Paradise, Jackson, Manheim, Heidelberg and Codorus townships, Spring Grove, Seven Valleys, New Salem and Jefferson.
Challenge: Hanover butcher hopes to be a cut above the rest
Lennie Keyser, of Hampstead, Maryland, practices cutting sirloin and filet mignon on August 21 at Texas Roadhouse on Eisenhower Drive in Hanover.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
What does Hanover's Center Square need?
In four hours, more than 65 people shared their ideas in the comments, with residents dreaming of everything from restaurants to liquor stores in downtown Hanover.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Police: Nothing illegal about tobacco paraphernalia
A sign above an assortment of pipes and lighters at a High Street Exxon station in Arendtsville reads, 'For tobacco use only.'
PUC suspends proposed Hanover-area water rate increase
The Public Utility Commission voted to suspend Hanover Borough's application on Aug. 21 for a more than 40 percent water rate increase, said PUC information specialist Robin Tilley.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Vibe dance studio combines big-city expertise with small-town friendliness
Students in the intermediate and advanced ballet class at Vibe Performing Arts observe as classmates perform turns during class on Aug. 6 at the Gettysburg studio on Baltimore Pike.
Pennsylvania Theatrical Arts partners with area nonprofits
Brittany Stevens, owner and director of Pennsylvania Theatrical Arts in Hanover, rehearses a dance segment with cast members for the upcoming production of "CATS" on Aug. 13. A dollar from each ticket sold will be donated to the Adams County SPCA.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
The York Daily Record
W.O.W helps Hanover-area women dress for success
Soroptomist International members Lisa Bankert, left, Jo Ann Scheu, center, and Cheryl Swope pose in the new Women Outfitting Women store at 22 Carlisle St. in Hanover on Aug. 19. Women referred to the Women Outfitting Women store by local assistance agencies will receive a free interview outfit.
Prostitution arrests in Hanover
Two employees of a Hanover spa are charged with prostitution after a three week investigation by police.
The York Daily Record
Police: Two charged with prostitution
Two Hanover women were charged with prostitution and related offenses on Monday, according to separate police criminal complaints filed at District Judge Dwayne Dubs' office.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Snyder's-Lance doubles new product revenue
Snyder's-Lance, a leading manufacturer and distributor of premium snacks, recently marked the first anniversary of its state-of-the-art Research and Development Center.
Everyday Hero: Hanover woman encourages volunteerism
Peg Sennett, 72, of Hanover, takes a break from painting a deck during a home restoration in Swan Quarter, North Carolina, in May 2012 after Hurricane Irene damaged the coastal area.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
The Lebanon Daily News
Police log: Big rigs stolen from East Hanover lot
Abel Bercerra Guardia, 43, of Hershey told state police at Lickdale that propety he and Angel Becerra Guardia, 34, of Hershey owned was stolen from a storage rental lot for freight between 8 p.m. Friday and 11:53 a.m. Sunday.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Guthrie Memorial board elects new president
Barb Carbaugh may have been elected as board president at her first meeting with the Guthrie Memorial Library Board, but this won't be her first time leading a library into the future.
Religion: Church activities for the local area planned for the week beginning Aug. 14
Barts Centenary United Methodist Church, 50 E. King St., Littlestown, will host a "Good Ole Days" pre-parade refreshment stand beginning at 5 p.m. today selling hot dogs, walking tacos and cold drinks.