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This month we’re focusing our videos on freestyle swimming, and we’ve got the perfect race for you to test your skills. The Y-TriDu5k, hosted by the York YWCA, has an event for just about everyone. (Unless you’re a dude, then … Continue reading
Registration opens today for the York Marathon. Race Details: May 17, 2015. 6am Entry fee for the race is $60 through the end of February, with rates increasing March 1. The field is limited to 600 runners. Known for being … Continue reading
It’s cold, it’s early, it’s still dark, and your cat (spouse, dog, fish, whatever) just snuggled in closer, begging you not to leave the bed. So why do it? The newness of 2015 is fading, and with it so are … Continue reading
According to Merriam-Webster, a hero is person who is admired for great or brave acts. We are blessed to have many such individuals within our county, acting bravely to save the lives of others. The American Red Cross of York … Continue reading
Have you ever sat down at your desk at about 9 a.m., looked up after what feels like 15 minutes, and the clock says 5 p.m. instead? Wait, what? How did eight hours go by so fast? It could be … Continue reading
Are you a Les Mills junkie? Do you have BODYCOMBAT, BODYPUMP, or BODYFLOW classes marked on your calendar every week? Do you arrive at class early to make sure that you have your spot in class? Do you wear MMA gloves … Continue reading
Kathleen Hassan, a national expert and author on self-esteem and empowerment, will discuss “Under Pressure: Helping Teen Girls Cope with the Stress of Perfectionism,” 6:30 to 8 p.m., Monday, Oct. 13, in the Wilman Business Center at York College. In today’s … Continue reading