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Rutter's purchases property in Londonderry Township
Commercial real estate transactions and business openings change lives, provide new places to shop, add more jobs to the midstate and contribute to the local economy.
Police: Man charged after flipping car in McDonald's drive-through
Homer Weikel IV, 21, and his three passengers escaped serious injury Nov. 24 when he lost control of his car in a McDonald's drive-through, causing it to overturn, police said.
Seven Valleys businessman, philanthropist dies
Chances are most people have seen Glenn Eyster Jr.'s contributions to York County but didn't know the man.
Vendor market in Penn Township to open
An Amish buggy waits to be put on display in front of the building at 1649 Broadway when the Amish Markets at Hanover open Dec. 12. Contractors Hugo Lua, left, and Dustin Kuhn, right, work on building a vendor booth that will serve Seven Valleys Winery at the Amish Markets at Hanover in November.
New Freedom looking to increase taxes
After decades of enjoying a tiny property-tax rate, New Freedom Borough residents are beginning to see their bills align a bit more closely with those of their York County neighbors.
The York Daily Record
Joann Pearson, left, of Stewartstown and Rose Horton of East Hopewell Township admire a large snowman cookie cutter at Christy Marie's in Shrewsbury on Friday.
Logan's View Bianca, blueberry included on Trio for the Table
Logan's View Winery main tasting room is attached to Brown's Orchards & Farm Market in Loganville, in southern York County, just off I-83.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Christmas Magic at Rocky Ridge: More spectacular every year
Dan Goodwin of New Cumberland, left, and Jeffrey Carey of Lewisberry string lights in October 2011 at Rocky Ridge County Park in preparation for Christmas Magic.
Free child safety seat inspections
The Pennsylvania State Police will do child passenger safety seat inspections from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29, in Shrewsbury.
The York Daily Record
Homicide charges will not be dropped in crash that killed Loganville fire chief
York County Judge John S. Kennedy denied a motion on Monday to dismiss pending homicide charges against the Shrewsbury driver accused of killing Loganville Fire Chief Rodney Paul Miller.