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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Street rods are in town, in case you hadn’t noticed, and that’s one of the stories we’re working on today. Others: You may also have noticed it was a rough day on Route 30 with crashes and backups; friends and … Continue reading
There are lots of perks to being a journalist. The name recognition, the groupies, the undying love of local public officials. OK, not really. But there is one awesome perk to working in the newsroom — first look access for … Continue reading
Sometimes fact-checking on stories leads to more stories. Lauren Boyer will be sharing with our print readers on Sunday a story about a local company, Military and Commercial Fasteners, celebrating 40 years working in York County. In a fact-check call … Continue reading
Some highlights from today’s front page: York County hosts forum on proposed cuts to human service programs Judge denies request to delay start of Sandusky trial
Here’s what we’re working on for today’s website and tomorrow’s paper. Let us know what’s news where you are.
highlights from Wednesday’s paper: Gung Ho Bikes adds location on Rail Trail Dover Township man thinks his pet skunk might be the world’s biggest
Here’s what’s on our news budget for today’s website and tomorrow’s paper. Among the stories: Mourners will be paying respects to former York detective Scott Rohrbaugh, there was a pretty big fire in Dover, and the county’s unemployment rate was … Continue reading
Highlights from Tuesday’s paper: Veterans help build Habitat homes in York New approach tested for hard-to-treat Hypertension
Here’s a look at what’s headed for Tuesday’s paper, and you’ll see much of this online today at ydr.com.
Highlights from Monday’s paper: Prospect Hill Cemetery houses veterans from 235 years of U.S. wars Penn State football players fought for a greater cause off the field