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With week of open houses, York lives up to reputation as world's 'factory tour capital'
Brayden Maldono, 7, and friends at the York YMCA's Kids Club visited Wolfgang Candy and went home with a gift bag Wednesday, the first day of the York County Made In American Tour.
Wed Jun 19, 2013
E.V. White raid presentation scheduled in Hanover
A presentation on E.V. White's Confederate raid will be held at 7 p.m. on June 24 at Guthrie Memorial Library, 2 Library Place, Hanover as part of event celebrating the 250th anniversary of Hanover and 150th commemoration of the Battle of Hanover.
Artists depict Hanover in honor of 250th anniversary
A painting by local artist Kirby Heltebridle illustrating a future Hanover Square is one piece on display for the Historical Celebration show at the Hanover Area Arts Guild.
News in brief June 20, 2013
Adams 912 Patriots is sponsoring Patriot Camp, a free mini-camp July 16-17 from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Small Pavilion at the Littlestown Community Park.
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Mount Olivet Cemetery restoration effort underway
Toby Cluck of Cluck's Gravesite Services in Gettysburg places the foundation of the graves in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Hanover recently.
Hanover's Revonah Pretzel on TV tonight
Director of photography Carlos Gonzalez, left, and camera assistant Edward Rodriguez, frame the Revonah Pretzel sign while standing in the alley running alongside the 507 Baltimore St. bakery.
District Justice records for Tuesday, June 18
Timothy Scott Sterner, 26 Jacqueline Drive, New Oxford, paid $296 fine and costs for a harassment charge filed by Eastern Adams Regional Police.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Police and fire logs for Tuesday, June 18
3:57 p.m. A harassment charge is pending against a 26-year-old Hanover man following a domestic altercation in the first block of Commerce Street.
Hanover's Center Square lives on despite decades of change
At one time, Hanover's Center Square was the hub of community life, and the square has changed with the times.
Three sent to hospital after crash on Baltimore Street in Penn Township
Crews work at the scene of a crash on Baltimore Street, near Mount Olivet Cemetery, in Penn Township.
Cleanup Day at Hanover Trolley Trail
Keep York County Beautiful organized a cleanup recently along the Hanover Trolley Trail in Jackson Township and Spring Grove.
Reunion Roundup for June 16
The 63rd Annual Miller Family Reunion of the descendants of the late Edward F. Miller and Mary Ann Miller will be July 7 in the Conway-Runkle Building at St. Paul's Church Picnic Grove, 1958 Dubs Church Road, Hanover.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Independents Week to celebrate local businesses
This nationwide campaign aims to engage local independent businesses and community members with the hope of celebrating the spirit of entrepreneurism.
Menchey Music Service still strumming after 70 years
J. Robert Menchey sold a saxophone for $10 profit in 1936. One thing led to another, and this one sale grew into a company that now has six locations and more than 80 employees.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
2013 graduates: South Western
Afif Ruslan, right, embraces Anyass Suleman after the two graduated from South Western high school on Friday, June 7, 2013 in Hanover.
Hanover-based CAM Innovation powers the world's motors
Charles A. McGough III, president of CAM Innovation, stands with armatures used in locomotive traction motors that develop hundreds of horsepower.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
2013 graduates: 'Don't forget the past'
As they stepped forward to accept their diplomas over the last few weeks, the graduates were reminded by teachers, peers and elders that commencement is not an ending, but a beginning.
The Pixies Three to reunite again for Hanover 150/250 gala
The Pixies Three with their new Mercury contract in the mid-1960s appeared on the front page of The Evening Sun.
Police and fire logs for Saturday, June 15
8:51 a.m. Criminal mischief was reported in the 500 block of West Elm Avenue where a building was spray painted overnight.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Written memories of Civil War to go on display
A Catholic nun's handwritten account of hosting Union soldiers on their farm in the days leading up to the battles of Hanover and Gettysburg will go on display at the Daughters of Charity Archives in Emmitsburg, Md.