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In 2011, the York Daily Record Sunday News produced a special report on obesity in York County. Check out the award-winning series here.
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The City of York Named a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists
As thousands participate in Bike to Work Week nationwide, the League of American Bicyclists has announced its latest round of Bicycle Friendly Community (BCF) awards, including the City of York at the Bronze level. With nearly 40 million Americans bicycling … Continue reading
York is a Let’s Move! City because we believe that every kid has the right to a healthy childhood. Through various efforts such as Let’s Move York City, Bring On Play and Eat Play Breathe York children and their family … Continue reading
The fundraiser will benefit Habitat for Humanity’s current projects.
The York Daily Record/Sunday News’ new wellness blog.