Monthly Archives: June 2010

KrysLyn’s Bridal Boutique named Merchant of the Month

KrysLyn’s Bridal Boutique has been named York Mayor Kim Bracey’s Downtown Merchant of the Month for June.     Refreshments and a tour of the 286 W. Philadelphia St. shop will be available today from 5 to 6 p.m. Bracey and … Continue reading

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Free activities, entertainment at Wednesday movies

Free activities and entertainment will now be offered before each film in York’s summer movie series on Wednesdays at Kiwanis Lake. All activities begin at 6:30 p.m., entertainment at 7:30 p.m. and movies at 8:30 p.m. Refreshments will be sold. … Continue reading

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Trash collection to continue on schedule through holiday week

The Fourth of July holiday will have no affect on curbside collections in York, city officials announced. All trash collection will continue on a regular schedule. City offices will be closed on Monday, July 5 for the holiday. There will … Continue reading

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Caribbean block party planned for Saturday

The Campus Crusaders Block Club will hold a Caribbean themed block party Saturday on the 100 Block of East College Avenue.     Activities for children are planned including limbo, hula-hoop and mermaid costume contests and face painting.     Native food … Continue reading

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Bring the kids, the Tumble Bus is coming

After a rainout last week, the weekly film series at Kiwanis Lake will be back Wednesday with a showing of “Star Trek.” All movies begin at 8:30 p.m., and this week the Tumble Bus will be there starting at 6:30 … Continue reading

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Bracey, Kahley to attend southeast neighborhood meeting

Looking for an opportunity to voice your opinion to the leaders of York? Here’s your chance. York Mayor Kim Bracey, York City Police Chief Wes Kahley, Lieutenant Erik Kleynen and Codes Enforcement Officer Bert Palmer will attend a meeting of … Continue reading

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Plan for apartments in old York Casket Co. building moves forward

An 80-unit apartment complex proposed for the former York Casket Co. building is one step closer to approval.     The York Zoning Hearing Board approved a variance and special exception for the 700 Linden Avenue property Thursday. Next, developers Yohn … Continue reading

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Summer movies at Kiwanis Lake begin this week

Grab your blankets and lawn chairs, and check out the summer movie series on Wednesdays at Kiwanis Lake. The movies are family-friendly and free to the public. All shows begin at 8:30 p.m. at North Newberry Street and Parkway Boulevard, … Continue reading

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Youth, businesses needed for summer work program

Applications for youth and businesses are still being accepted for the Summer Work Experience Program that began today in York.     The program, sponsored by the Crispus Attucks Center for Employment & Training and the South Central Workforce Investment Board, … Continue reading

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Street closures this weekend downtown, in the Avenues

Drivers can expect street closures for York’s 3-on-3 Take it to the Streets basketball tournament this weekend. They began at 4 p.m. and will continue through Saturday. George Street from Philadelphia Street to King Street will be closed until 7 … Continue reading

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