Monthly Archives: November 2010

Another local eatery reunion possible

A long time ago, I was talking about the presence of Ponderosa in York. Recently, I heard from a reader who worked there, and who’d like to get together with former coworkers, much like I mentioned last week when we … Continue reading

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How was everyone’s Thanksgiving?

I’m back at work after a long weekend for Thanksgiving, which was definitely enjoyable! We did go Black Friday shopping – not so much for gifts for the family, but to try to get the most stuff possible at a … Continue reading

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Reader photo: Fishing time

Another reader photo of an “Only in York County” sight: What: Fishing at Gifford Pinchot State Park Submitted by: Julie Briceland of Washington Township Something unusual: Julie titled this photo of her son Levi and their dog, Ruby, “It’s Line-Thirty.” … Continue reading

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Names of York: Samuel Small

More in the ongoing series on the Names of York. Place: Small Athletic Field in York Who was it named after? The property’s 19th-century owners were P.A. and Samuel Small. Samuel Small, in particular, was an 1800s merchant in the … Continue reading

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The return of Gino’s to Pennsylvania, and a local reunion

Over the summer, we talked about how ‘everyone goes to Gino’s’, based on the old jingle. It was a lot of fun – great memories shared! Well, it’s official, Gino’s has reopened; a new location in King of Prussia opened … Continue reading

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