In case you missed it, in Sunday’s newspaper

Just a quick update today; I’m working on a ton of projects, including one for my husband’s bookselling business that I’m looking forward to telling you about soon!
But, if you didn’t see it and you live locally, check out the Your News section of the York Sunday News. I’m doing a new feature, a column that will appear every week based on our “Do you remember?” posts.
The first installment appeared yesterday, and we hope to continue it as long as there is material.
So, to my regular readers and commenters, thank you so much for sharing all your memories. This is a direct result of your hard work and the success of our stores and restaurants of the past directory, and I greatly appreciate it – and you!

About Joan

My name is Joan and I'm a lifelong Yorker. Throughout high school and college, I swore I was getting out of here as soon as possible. Now, a few years later, I can't think of anywhere I'd rather be. I love my town, and I hear every day from readers who love their towns, too. So please, connect with me and let's share what makes life in York County great. I'm here to help you enjoy this place as much as I do!
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2 Responses to In case you missed it, in Sunday’s newspaper

  1. Stacy Ferencz says:

    I love reading these posts. I was wondering if anyone remembers, in addition to the many shops located at the North Mall, some of the other interesting features of the mall. As a kid I can remember the series of stairs and ramps that connected the upper level of the shopping center to the enclosed lower level and entrance to JM Fields. They were covered with indoor/outdoor carpeting and were a blast to run up and down while parents were shopping! There were also up and down escalators, a regular set of stairs and an elevator. You could look over the railing at the top near the Orange Julius stand and see the hair salon below.
    There was also a very unusual piece of art on the upper level near the old Bon Ton entrance. It was a large structure with lots of metal prongs that had white, ping pong ball-looking lights on the ends.
    I would love to know if anyone has any photos of the inside of the mall.

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