Monthly Archives: September 2010

Delays, street closures expected Saturday for race

Apple Automotive will be hosting a 5-mile run 7:30 a.m. Saturday to benefit the Make-A-Wish foundation.      The race will begin at Apple-Chevrolet Cadillac on Loucks Road in West Manchester Township. The registration fee is $25, and participants can register … Continue reading

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Delays expected Saturday in York for church procession

Drivers can expect delays Saturday during a dedication march to be held by Friendship Baptist Church.     A procession will leave the church’s old facility at 651 E. King St. at 2:15 p.m. and walk along King Street, Broad Street … Continue reading

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Public art experts to hold forum Thursday in York

Check out a free forum Thursday night featuring four nationally recognized public art experts visiting York for the weekend.     The Art for All panel, composed of alumni from Harvard University’s Loeb Fellowship program, will visit the city to offer … Continue reading

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New draft zoning map, ordinance available online

After months of consideration, the York City Planning Commission passed a draft of the city’s new zoning ordinance last week despite opposition from the Alliance of Neighborhood Associations. But the ordinance, which will govern the city’s zoning regulations for the … Continue reading

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Council to discuss new City Hall purchase

A York City Council committee meeting to discuss the possible purchase of a new property for York’s City Hall has been scheduled for October 5 at 6 p.m. in council chambers. The property being considered at 101 S. George St … Continue reading

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Two events will close streets in York Saturday

Streets will be closed in York Saturday for two events.     The annual York Education Day Parade will begin at Hannah Penn Middle School at 1 p.m. and travel south on Edgar Street, west on Pershing Avenue and end at … Continue reading

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Delays, street closures expected for York’s Bike Night

Drivers in downtown York can expect delays and street closures for the sixteenth annual Bike Night and parade Friday.   The free event, which will be held from 6 to 10 p.m., will include live music and entertainment, food and vendors.   … Continue reading

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South Queen Street residents could be ticketed, towed

York will resume a ticket and tow policy on South Queen Street during street sweeping days, city officials announced Monday.     It’s a necessary step to combat the litter accumulating on the street, York Mayor Kim Bracey said in a … Continue reading

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Children’s museum brainstorm to be held tonight

Officials working to develop a children’s museum in York will hold a meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. to brainstorm ideas.      Community members are invited to attend and share their ideas for what the museum should be and discuss … Continue reading

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Bring On Play completes second playground

For two days, community volunteers teamed up with York’s Bring On Play committee to build two new sets of play equipment at York’s Allen Park — one set is for ages two to five, while the other set is designed … Continue reading

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