Monthly Archives: December 2009

Home tour preparations starting

The York Young Professionals are preparing for their annual City Living Home Tour. Interested? Know someone with a great city home? Contact Cindy Dine at cindydine@comcast.net or Justin at jleber@prudentialhomesale.com.The YYP hold the home tour each spring. Last year, it … Continue reading

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New Year’s eve updates

Tomorrow night is New Year’s Eve!  I’ll be starting with dinner at Bistro 19. Yum. Click here or here for details on New Year’s Revolution. Click here for street closings and parking restrictions.

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Christmas tree collection

The city says Christmas tree collection will take place in the city through Jan. 8. Place your tree at your regular trash pickup point by 6 a.m. on your designated trash collection day. Remove lights, ornaments, tinsel and tree stands, … Continue reading

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Ice ice baby

The word icicle makes me think of dainty sticks dangling from the rooftop. I need a different word for this. Mega-icle, maybe? This giant has been growing on the side of my apartment building since the winter storm. It’s two … Continue reading

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City holiday updates

Friday trash collection is delayed one day for Christmas. (So, if you’re in the Friday collection area, put your trash out on Saturday.) Same thing goes for New Year’s Day next week. Trash collection is not affected the rest of … Continue reading

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Bagpipes on Christmas eve

I was at First Presbyterian Church of York on Monday for this story. While I was there, Jim Spark, the church’s music director, told me that a few years ago, the church started having bagpipers play at Christmas eve services. … Continue reading

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More time to shop!

Several North Beaver Street shops have extended their hours to help out shoppers who were stranded at home on Saturday. Here are the new hours. Kimman’s, 57 North Beaver Street, (717) 854-0440today and Tuesday until 7 p.m. and Wednesday until … Continue reading

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Snow removal

Snow removal will take place in downtown York starting at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Traffic will be restricted, and no parking will be allowed in the affected blocks during the removal operation, according to a news release. Streets affected are: — Market … Continue reading

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Street closings for New Year’s eve

Some city streets will be closed for the New Year’s Revolution event Dec. 31. Activities in Continental Square will last from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Activities at Brooks Robinson Plaza, outside Sovereign Bank Stadium, will last until 11 p.m., and … Continue reading

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Holiday fun at Market and in the Avenues

Santa will be at York’s Central Market from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The event includes holiday jazz music and photos with Santa, taken by the Camera Center of York, for $6. Customers can also take their own photos, … Continue reading

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