Monthly Archives: January 2012

If I were mayor of York, I would …

If I were mayor of York, I would walk into every neighborhood and ask those who own homes which properties cause problems in their block. I would quickly sort out those who don’t have anything intelligent to say from those … Continue reading

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Plaza Palooza set to return in 2012

After attracting more than 1,000 people in it’s inaugural season, Bring On Play’s Plaza Palooza series will be back for a second season in 2012. The family-oriented event held throughout the fall at York’s Sovereign Bank Stadium featured fames, crafts, … Continue reading

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Fair for home buyers to be held Saturday in York

Local residents interested in buying a home in the city are invited to a housing fair in York Saturday. The event, which will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the YMCA of York and York County, 90 … Continue reading

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Fantasy Baseball Spring Training, right here in York

Baseball season is still a few months away, but to fantasy baseball enthusiasts out there, it’s about that time of year to start prepping for another season. And what better way to get started than with the help of a … Continue reading

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Connect the dots: The Peace Corps wants to fill the holes in their volunteer database

Last year The Peace Corps celebrated its 50th anniversary of sending Americans to volunteer around the world. Throughout 2011, volunteers and former employees of The Peace Corps came together to commemorate the occasion. During the process of attempting to contact … Continue reading

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Cupcake cafe offers trendy design, yummy treats

I’ve been to Central Market a number of times. I walk up and down the aisles. Smelling the soaps, sipping on coffee, examining the produce prices. But I’d never stopped by Just Cupcakes. There’s usually a line. A few weeks … Continue reading

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York officials: No saving parking spaces

Alright guys, move your chairs. In the wake of the snow that coated York County over the weekend, city officials are reminding residents that saving parking spaces is strictly forbidden. We know, we know. It was a lot of work … Continue reading

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Class to be offered for York entrepreneurs

Interested in starting a new business in York? Would you like to grow your existing business? Enrollment has begun for the York Business Academy. A series of Saturday morning classes for entrepreneurs will be held beginning Feb. 25 at the … Continue reading

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City health license renewals due by Jan. 31

If you own a food-related businesses in York, health license renewals will be due on Jan. 31. As of Feb. 1, all unpaid licensing fees will increase, and any businesses in violation will be operating without an active health license. … Continue reading

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Learn about the York Charrette

Penn State York will host a discussion panel about the York Charrette Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. The panel, which will be held at noon in the community room of the Joe and Rosie Ruhl Student Community … Continue reading

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