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Heart Walk participants head down a Hanover side street Sunday as they work on the three-mile loop. As Sue Yoder crossed the starting line for the Hanover Heart Walk on Sunday, she couldn't help but think of the more than 30 people who weren't just walking with her, but for her.
Daily Record/Sunday News A ranger describes the events of Sept. 11, 2001, to a group of York countians visiting the Flight 93 memorial near Shanksville.
Michelle Dyarman of Heidelberg Township is one of the first two women to be inducted into the Court of Valor during Sunday's ceremony at Prospect Hill Cemetery in Manchester Township. The Court of Valor before the new names were uncovered Sunday during the ceremony at Prospect Hill Cemetery in Manchester Township.
Stephen Dicostanzo: no fixed address; DUI-general impairment, disregard traffic lane, driving safe speed, careless driving, reckless driving; held for court. Awie Galeano: Lewisberry; DUI-controlled substance-impaired ability, DUI-controlled substance-schedule one, accident involving damage, careless driving, failure to notify police of accident; waived to court.
A former teacher's aide at York City charter school has been convicted of molesting a 4-year-old girl. It took jurors less than three hours on Thursday to find Eliezer Almanzar guilty of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child, indecent assault of a child and corruption of a minor, according to senior deputy prosecutor Chuck Murphy.
With the deadly ambush on a state police barracks in the Pocono Mountains, law enforcement in eastern Pennsylvania went on high alert and officers from throughout the region, including New York and New Jersey, joined in a massive search for the shooter or shooters. But after scouring dense woods on foot and by helicopter Saturday, authorities suspected the assailant had left the area.
Tom Kearney, left, as he was sworn in to office in January. At right is his wife, Diane.
Plenty of awards honor creativity in art, but YorkArts looks to give a tip of the cap to creativity in other areas of life, too. On Oct. 24, YorkArts will give out six Creative York Awards to people, groups and businesses in York who demonstrate the most creativity around the city.
Volunteer Brian Strathmeyer of West Manchester Township stands on a ladder to join together two pieces of a tube slide supported by Shaun Underkoffler, David Shirey and other volunteers at a playground build on Saturday at Penn Park. Rob Myers of York Township can be seen at the end of a tube slide as he and other volunteers work to install the slide at a playground build on Saturday at Penn Park.
State police Commissioner Frank Noonan, addresses the media on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014 in Blooming Grove, Pa.
Police arrested a 52-year-old York area man for allegedly robbing the Susquehanna Bank at 1205 Carlisle Road in West Manchester Township on Thursday. Witnesses told police that a man -- later identified as Louis Alexander Duggins of the 1500 block of West Philadelphia Street -- entered the bank shortly after 9 a.m and asked a bank teller questions.
The Route 116 traffic circle in Spring Grove will be dedicated Monday in honor of the late Officer David D. Tome. Rep. Seth Grove authored state House Bill 1431, which renames the circle the Officer David D. Tome Traffic Circle.
In this photo provided by Brian Emfinger, aurora borealis lights up the Ozark, Ark. sky on Monday, Oct. 24, 2011.
Lynn Watts III, a parking attendant at the York Fair, gets a car into its spot on Friday. Many parking-lot attendants come back year after year and become somewhat of a family.
A convicted child predator was sentenced this week, just as the state attorney general's office announced the arrest of two other York County men who are accused of preying on children. Eddie Junior Mort II was sentenced Wednesday to 25 to 50 years in state prison after his conviction on child pornography charges, the state attorney general announced in a news release.
The gap between rich and poor is smaller in the York-Hanover area than in all but one of the U.S. cities included in a Time Magazine ranking. In its annual "Answers" issue, Time highlighted what it ranked as the five most equal and five most unequal cities in the U.S., with York-Hanover landing second in the most equal category behind Ogden-Clearfield, Utah.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 01:07 am
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