Category Archives: Community engagement

YDR trauma journalism, reader initiative efforts recognized with two statewide awards

The recent Fixing York community forum was part of a York Daily Record/Sunday News initiative that won a big state award – the Readership Initiative Award. We’re honored that the Pennsylvania Newsmedia Association has recognized the York Daily Record/Sunday News with … Continue reading

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Yorkblog history bloggers honored by Preservation Pennsylvania

Five bloggers who focus on York County history were honored by Preservation Pennsylvania.

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Quiz: Test your English smarts

Just for fun, take our Playbuzz quiz and see how many you get right! Don’t forget to share your answer. Check out more digital tools on Buffy’s World.

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York Fair: Meet YDR, FlipSidePa staffers

Guess who’s coming to the York Fair? WE ARE! Meet YDR and FlipSidePa staffers at our booth in Memorial Hall. You can buy souvenir fair bags and enter our Alabama Concert Ticket Contest. Here’s your one-stop for all things York … Continue reading

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FlipSidePa draws crowd at Foodstruck

FlipSidePa had a blast meeting readers at Foodstruck Labor Day weekend at Penn Park in York. The weather was gorgeous, the food was delicious and the entertainment was great. Here are some photos from the event. Also, don’t miss the … Continue reading

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United Way campaign at 1891 Loucks: ‘That’s a wonderful contribution to our community’

United Way Spirit Week at 1891 Loucks Road featured a Basket Raffle and Penny Wars. Those competitive fundraisers garnered more than $1,000. President/Publisher Sara Glines’ thank you note to 1891 Loucks Road staff members for their involvement in a successful … Continue reading

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FlipSidePA kicks off York City Boutique Week

Click here for more photos from this story. Tuesday, FlipSidePA kicked off York City Boutique Week with food, fashion and fun. First, I hosted the Fall Trends Luncheon at Tutoni’s Restaurant on George Street. Guests enjoyed Tutoni’s Watermelon Gazpacho, Brogue Hydroponics Field … 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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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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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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