Monthly Archives: February 2015

York’s Cherry Lane wrapped in scarves

Random acts of kindness were tied to tree trunks at Cherry Lane in downtown York, but a responsible party was nowhere in sight. Nearly a dozen scarves – some with fringes, others with stripes – were wrapped around trees and posts … Continue reading

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York’s First Friday will feature sixth ‘Jazz in the City’ show

March’s First Friday in York will feature its sixth Jazz in the City concert, which is part of the monthly concert series featuring artists from around the region, according to a release from York Mayor Kim Bracey’s office. The March 6 show … Continue reading

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Teen’s Fourth Friday in York offers fellowship, resources

Youth are invited to Teen’s Fourth Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. on Feb. 27, according to a news release from York Mayor Kim Bracey’s office. Held at William Penn Senior High School, the event aims to give students an … Continue reading

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Nonprofit sends $11,000 check to financially-strapped city

MANTEC sent an $11,000 check to the financially-strapped City of York for 100 percent of what it would have had to pay in taxes if it was not a nonprofit organization. The nonprofit, which has its headquarters in York, helps … Continue reading

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