Monthly Archives: April 2010

Blogger news

Hi there, blog readers — Just wanted to let you all know that I’ll be switching beats here at the newspaper. Starting today, I will be covering the education beat. A new city reporter will be taking over the beat … Continue reading

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A greener paving possibility?

The city is gearing up for the next phase of Rebuild York. To prepare, the city asked CS Davidson to examine its options for repaving and prepare a report. It includes some greener options, such as “hot in-place recycling.” In … Continue reading

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Street closings for April 17

Watch out April 17 — Lots of street closings coming. Part of North Newberry Street will be closed from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a community fair promoting “Healthy Choices for Youth” in the area of Kiwanis Lake and … Continue reading

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Weekend fun

It seemed there was a lot of good stuff happening in the city this weekend. First, was the family-friendly First Friday downtown. Apparently several hundred people headed toward Beaver Street for the night. Read the YDR story here. For coverage … Continue reading

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Is that you, Elmer?

Some of you might remember that the York Emporium has been investigating the possibility of ghosts in the bookstore. Well, it appears the ghost, who might have been called Elmer in a former life, might have snuck into a recent … Continue reading

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Parking idea in another town

Just noticed this AP story on a businessman in Canonsburg, Pa, who has offered to pay for parking for the public: “CANONSBURG, Pa.–A western Pennsylvania business owner is offering to give his town $53,000 to pay for free two-hour parking … Continue reading

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