Monthly Archives: August 2015

Sports department receives our yearly $2 bill

Every fall the Daily Record sports department gets a letter with rather unique contents: A $2 bill. A loyal out-of-state football fan requests that we send him a copy of the YAIAA football preview special section. And each year, he … Continue reading

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Bittersweet loss at 1891 Loucks Road as key support player retires

People come and go in any business, and as someone who has been with this company in one way or another since 1985, I have seen many people spin through the revolving door. It’s hard to watch any of the … Continue reading

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Pulling together ongoing coverage, and putting the news in context

Heroin abuse has been a problem in York County, and a page has been created with news coverage, resources and more about the issue.

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NewsVroom heads to Dover for Bookmobile fun

Ever hear of a Digital Bookmobile? The YDR’s NewsVroom headed out to the Dover Area Community Library to check it out on Monday. Visit @YorkLibraries Bookmobile today at Dover Library. @ydrcom@NoSweatYork@Ydrbooks will be there, too! pic.twitter.com/pA7grKW6fi — Buffy Andrews (@Buffyandrews) … Continue reading

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Kickball’s more than just a game for Daily Record/Evening Sun staffers

It’s amazing how much you can do with a ball and a few bases. To some, kickball is just a children’s game – and playing as an adult is more of a “blast from the past” than anything else. For … Continue reading

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United Way campaign 2015 and other events at 1891 Loucks Road

This is the kickoff of the United Way’s Happy Hour Basket Raffle, one of many United Way of York County events at 1891 Loucks Road in the 2015 campaign. Meanwhile, another contest sits in the background … . +++ That … Continue reading

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FlipSidePA Happy Hour in Lebanon was a hit

Click here for more photos from this story. Friday night, FlipSidePA joined First Friday festivities in Lebanon by hosting a happy hour downtown with free food, discounted cocktails, live music and trivia. More than 120 people registered for the event … Continue reading

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Guess the staffer

See how many York Daily Record staffers you know based on the quirky fact given. This is a fun way of learning more about those who serve you. When you flip the digital card, you’ll not only find out who … Continue reading

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A new view of “Fixing York” keeps readers up-to-date on continuing efforts

As YDR’s Fixing York coverage has grown over the past few months, the name has taken on many new lives. Fixing York is a vibrant Facebook community of people dedicated to bettering York City. It’s a series of solutions-focused articles … Continue reading

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In Pennsylvania, a trauma journalism movement is taking its first steps

Toward the end of the day, Frank Ochberg was thinking out loud: Maybe, he told a group of journalists, we’re starting a trauma journalism movement here in Pennsylvania. More than 20 journalists — from eastern and western Pennsylvania and from … Continue reading

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