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Customers shop at Wegmans Market Cafe in Hunt Valley, Md. in this October 2005 file photo.
6 hrs ago | The York Daily Record
Harry Lawrence Wilson III, 48, of Baltimore, Md., charged with resisting arrest and other related charges.
7 hrs ago | The York Daily Record
There was some good news in the figures and analysis contained in the KidsCount Data Book , a sort of state of our children report compiled annually by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
This tree was split in half by a lightning strike Sunday night on Edgewood Road in Springettsbury Township.
From left, Kaitlyn, mother Deb and Anna Knecht, 11, of Mechanisburg, attend press conference with U.S. Rep. Scott Perry at John Rudy Park in East Manchester Township on Monday supporting the "Charlotte's Web Medical Hemp Act 2014".
Rep. Scott Perry says it's time for the federal government to help the thousands of American children with epilepsy and other seizure disorders.
Many Boy Scouts from Troop 27 of Stewartstown recently received the Emergency Preparedness Award.
J.R. Heaps, an owner of South County Brewing Co. in Fawn Grove, pours a Black Cowgirl, a black double IPA popular among customers at the craft brewery.
Carrington is the new librarian at the Paul Smith Library in Shrewsbury. She started her job in January and is excited about the opportunity to welcome longtime patrons and new ones, as well.
A York City woman who police said stole charity jars from the counters of four York-area convenience stores gave investigators three easy ways to track her down, according to allegations laid out in charging documents.
Storms passing through the area have knocked out power to just more than 2,000 electric customers as of 9:21 p.m. All told, 1,320 Met-Ed customers in the county are in the dark.
A pair of koi fish swim alongside lily pads in The Pond Experience's Portrait of Paradise stop on Barshinger Avenue in York Township on Saturday.
Firefighters had a difficult time putting out flames at a home in southern York County on Saturday.
With its stone walls, wood beam ceiling and hardwood floors, The Stone Mill 1792 looks like a country inn one might come across bicycling through the French countryside.
According to reports, emergency crews responded Sunday afternoon to a working fire on the 13100 block of Rennoll Road, Shrewsbury Township.
Crowds buy food and walk in the square in downtown Hanover for the 31st annual Dutch Days on July 26. Tyler Langford, 3, of Spring Grove, gets help from Elizabeth Wolf of the East York Rotary playing croquet at the booth for the Rotary Clubs of York County as they promoted the County Cup, a game of croquet played in October, on July 26 at the 31st ... (more)
PHILADELPHIA – Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf would make a centerpiece of his first budget proposal an increase in income taxes on Pennsylvania's higher-earners to help expand the state's share of public education funding in exchange for a dollar-for-dollar reduction in local property taxes levied by school boards.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 12:55 pm
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