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  1. What's going on in Dallastown, Red Lion and eastern York County from May 20 to May 27, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The York Daily Record

    The Burk Family Reunion in 1940 at Fairmount Park, Red Lion. This year s William H. Burk family reunion will be held at 1 p.m. May 31 at New Harmony Church social hall, 2295 Delta Road, Chanceford Township.

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  2. How to hit the dreaded a oeFlop ShotaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WPMT-TV York

    The FOX43 Golf Tip of the Week takes us to Royal Manchester Golf Links in York County. PGA Professional, Anthony Schweppe helps us hit the flop shot.

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  3. Pa. primary election 2015 results: Who got the most votes locally, statewideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PennLive.com

    ... results with all precincts counted, 2,230 residents voted yes, while 879 voted no. Voters in Windsor Township in York County also voted to allow sales of alcohol; 1,260 people, or 67 percent, voted yes, while 627 voted no. The following candidates ...

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  4. York County Sheriff Richard Keuerleber takes Republican primary raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The York Daily Record

    Richard Keuerleber won the Republican primary Tuesday after retaining more than 65 percent of the vote, beating challenger Benjamin Grove, a former deputy with the sheriff's office. "It's an honor to serve York County," Keuerleber said late Tuesday night.

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  5. Hoke, Reilly, two others advance to York County commissioner ballotRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The York Daily Record

    The Democratic and Republican incumbents for the York County Board of Commissioners were the top vote-getters in their respective primaries Tuesday and will move forward to the general election in the fall, as will two newcomers. Republican Commissioner Chris Reilly and Democratic Commissioner Doug Hoke will be on the November ballot with Republican Susan Byrnes, the founder of the Susan Byrnes Health Education Center, and York City Council member Henry Nixon.

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  6. Three to vie for two judge seats on York County Court bench in NovemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The York Daily Record

    ... the fall. (Kate Penn - Daily Record/Sunday News) Three candidates are set to compete for two open seats on the York County Court of Common Pleas in the fall, as voters gave a split verdict Tuesday. Michael W. Flannelly, the county solicitor and a ...

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  7. Jennifer Clancy takes district justice race in Spring Garden Twp., North York, West YorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The York Daily Record

    ... away, wait to learn on the job what issues need improved upon. Also in the race was John Wolfe, of West York, a York County Prison correctional officer. He said he would seek help for people struggling with drug addiction. TOKYO (AP) - Japanese ...

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  8. Went down to the Cross Roads, got some chicken corn soup, and votedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The York Daily Record

    ... Well, it also means pies, and cookies, and pretzel sandwiches, and potato salad, and just about everything for a York County feast. As Trisha Chaney, one of the church ladies manning the bake sale table, said, "We have everything you need - soup, ...

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  9. Laura Manifold takes district justice race in southern York County districtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The York Daily Record

    Laura Manifold, 37, an attorney based in Stewartstown, received the most votes on both the Republican and Democratic ballot Tuesday for district justice, beating out incumbent John Olwert. Manifold, 37, was raised in the Stewartstown area.

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  10. Common Pleas judge: Flannelly, Prendergast and Menges advanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | York Dispatch

    York County Solicitor Mike Flannelly not only received enough votes Tuesday to move on to the general election for county Court of Common Pleas judge, but he'll also appear on both the Republican and Democratic tickets. He will be joined on the Democratic side by York City attorney Kathleen Prendergast and on the Republican ballot by Chris Menges, who has a law office in the city.

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  11. Windsor Township opens door to alcoholRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PennLive.com

    Windsor joins more than a half-dozen York County municipalities, including Dillsburg and Dallastown, which voted to allow alcohol sales in recent years. Leaders of the Windsor effort hope allowing alcohol sales will lead to a better commercial tax base.

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  12. Byrnes, Reilly take GOP ballot for York County commissionerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | York Dispatch

    Voters on Tuesday selected sitting Republican Chris Reilly, GOP challenger Susan Byrnes and Democrats Doug Hoke, an incumbent, and challenger Henry Nixon to advance to the November election. "I'm just thrilled by the Republican support, and now I'm ready to go get the Democratic and Republican support in November," Byrnes said.

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  13. Keuerleber wins Republican nod for York County SheriffRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | York Dispatch

    York County Sheriff's office assistant Chief Rich Keuerleber has been named to replace Bill Hose as York County Sheriff Thursday, February 15, 2007. York County Sheriff Rich Keuerleber handily staved off a challenge from one of his former deputies, the man who ran against him in Tuesday's Republican primary.

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  14. Windsor Township voters appear to approve liquor referendumRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | York Dispatch

    ... proprietor to serve liquor, wine and beer, while the latter allows its holder to sell just beer - which exceeds York County's quota of 144, said Stacy Kriedman, spokeswoman for the liquor control board. Ultimately, the only way a restaurant in ...

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  15. Yorkers turn out at polls for Tuesday's primaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | York Dispatch

    Across York County, voters trickled into the polls Tuesday for the primary election. Polling locations were reporting light turnout, with popular races including York County Commissioners and Common Pleas judge, and a liquor referendum in Windsor Township.

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  16. The Markets at Hanover supports York County Area Agency on AgingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Evening Sun

    The Markets at Hanover supports York County Area Agency on Aging: The Markets at Hanover donated their contest winnings from The Haven at Springwood to The York County Area Agency on Aging's Home Delivered Meal Program. Market Manager, Liz Silbaugh-Johnides, left, presented the check to Mark Shea, director of the York County Area on Aging.

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  17. Neighbors: Community programs, farm markets and more in southern York CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | The York Daily Record

    ... L. Grove Post 403 of Glen Rock will help. Wellspan's Healthconnect: a 36-foot mobile van, travels throughout York County providing free health care to uninsured families. Services include immunizations and flu vaccinations; treatment for short-term ...

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  18. What's going on in southern York County from May 19 to May 26, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | The York Daily Record

    The New Freedom Lions Club recently presented $6,000 to the Southern York County School District Foundation for six scholarships to Susquehannock High School seniors to further their education. Involvement with community service, along with grades, plays a large part in qualifying for these scholarships.

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  19. Here's a good promposal: Keep it in YorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | The York Daily Record

    ... hope, though, that the quest for finding a new place, however tough, doesn't automatically take schools outside York County borders. The first impulse should be to remain within the county's 900 square miles. It's more than just keeping the business ...

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  20. Postal Service: Four employees attacked by dogs in York CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | The York Daily Record

    Postal employees in central Pennsylvania were victims of 71 dog attacks last year, with four of them occurring in York County, according to a news release from the U.S. Postal Service. Only two Pennsylvania cities made the Postal Service's top 30 dog attack city rankings. 2 comments