Monthly Archives: September 2014

Republican York County Commissioner Steve Chronister plans to vote for Democrat Tom Wolf

We’ve written before about York County Republicans who are fans of Democratic gubernatorial nominee Tom Wolf. You can add one more to the list: Steve Chronister, a Republican and president of York County’s Board of Commissioners,  said he plans to … Continue reading

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Do it yourself data: How to compare education employment statistics

In case, you haven’t heard, my job title has  changed a little bit at the YDR. I’m now the gubernatorial campaign/data reporter, and Flint McColgan has taken over covering county government and a bunch of local political stuff. I’ve been … Continue reading

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State Rep. Seth Grove’s DUI provision officially put into impaired driving bill

Should State Rep. Seth Grove, R-Dover Township, and the Pa. House Transportation Committee have their way, a Pennsylvania driver arrested twice in one night driving under the influence will no longer be charged two first-offenses. Under current language in the Commonwealth’s Vehicle … Continue reading

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Linda Small to be honored as Democratic ‘Woman of the Year’

The York County Federation of Democratic Women will honor Linda Small as their “Eleanor Roosevelt Democratic Woman of the Year” during their September luncheon. Small, a Democrat from New Freedom, is challenging State Sen. Scott Wagner, R-Spring Garden Township, for … Continue reading

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