Monthly Archives: April 2009

Swine flu

If you’re worried about the swine flu, there are some links on the city’s Web site to guide you to information. Look for the green box in the upper-right-hand corner. There’s information in Spanish, too. The city sent out a … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Attention voters

The York Daily Record/Sunday News voters’ guide is online. Candidates in contested races were asked to participate in an online survey, answering three questions and providing biographical information. All four Democratic mayoral candidates responded to questions. Only one city council … Continue reading

Posted in Angie Mason | Leave a comment

Park renovations near

It looks like dirt has already started moving for renovations at Lincoln Park. Bring on Play has been raising money for about the last year or so for new playgrounds at the park. Kids met last summer to “design” the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Donate your books

From a city news release: The York City Police Department’s community service division is holding a book drive through May 15. The books will go on shelves at the community resource centers in the city.  New or gently used books … Continue reading

Posted in Angie Mason | Leave a comment

Sabor Latino update

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the possible opening of a new restaurant on North Penn Street and wondered what it is. Turns out, I should have asked food reporter Wade Malcolm. He had a story last week … Continue reading

Posted in Angie Mason, restaurants | Leave a comment

Angels out downtown

I spotted the Guardian Angels posted in the middle of the first block of West Market Street Friday night as I made my way home from the First Cap. The Angels were on the opposite side of the street from … Continue reading

Posted in Angie Mason, nightlife, Safety, West Market Street | Leave a comment

Bike sharing

Last week, Codo sent out its regular newsletter which said that residents will have access to a bike-sharing program. Here’s the description from the newsletter: “Codo is partnering with Gung Ho Bikes to provide five bikes for Codo residents to  … Continue reading

Posted in Angie Mason | 1 Comment

Poetry on Sunday

Religion reporter Melissa Nann Burke sends over a Sunday event in the city:  Contributors to the literary journal CrossWords will give a public reading 3 p.m. Sunday at Grace Place, located at the rear of York Otterbein United Methodist Church … Continue reading

Posted in Angie Mason | Leave a comment

The ‘underbelly’

Curtis Sliwa, the founder of the Guardian Angels who came to visit York last year, is now offering tours of New York City’s “underbelly,” according to an Associated Press story: The Associated Press NEW YORK–Forget dinner and a Broadway show. … Continue reading

Posted in Angie Mason | Leave a comment

ShotSpotter update

March ShotSpotter results have been posted on the city’s Web site. Looks like the sensors recorded 186 gunshots during the month of March. That’s about the same as the previous few months — February had 133, January had 177, and … Continue reading

Posted in Angie Mason | Leave a comment