Monthly Archives: October 2010

Reader photo: Pumpkins aplenty

Another reader photo of an “Only in York County” sight: What: Pumpkins for sale near Manchester By: Julie Briceland of Washington Township Something unusual: I was looking and looking to find a nice autumnal photo, since today is Halloween and … Continue reading

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Names of York: Abraham Wells

More in the ongoing series on the Names of York. Place: Wellsville, a small borough in northern York County Who was it named after? Abraham Wells, a whipmaker, was the town of Wellsville’s founder. The original industry of the town … Continue reading

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I’ve got a bone to pick with you

Longtime loyal reader Jo is always good about sharing Yorkisms with me when she spots them. A while back, she mentioned the phrase, “I’ve got a bone to pick with you.” I’m familiar with that one. A bit painfully, in … Continue reading

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A current lunchtime favorite: York County gets multicultural

So I’ve had the same thing for lunch about five times in the last two weeks. These are the pork gyoza and shrimp shumai appetizers (along with a side of rice) from Masa at Kenneth and Loucks roads in West … Continue reading

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A fall drive through southern York County, part 2

I promised yesterday that I’d tell you more about some of the places we stopped on our recent fall drive. First, we stopped by The Gatchellville Store at 2497 New Park Road in New Park, Fawn Township. This antique market … Continue reading

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