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Street sweeping to resume

Street sweeping will start again on main streets in the city after a winter break. Weather permitting, street sweeping will resume March 17, according to a news release issued Friday. The first night of sweeping will be on streets posted … Continue reading

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Don’t forget some streets still get street sweeping

Here’s a message the city released on street sweeping. While it ends for most streets in November until spring, it does continue year-round on other streets. The fine for parking during restricted times is $50. For questions about when a … Continue reading

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Summer movie series announced for Kiwanis Lake

Pack up some snacks and lawn chairs and head on over to Kiwanis Lake on Wednesday nights this summer for free, family-friendly films. The summer movie series will be held at Kiwanis Lake, North Newberry Street and Parkway Blvd., on … Continue reading

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Summer park and playground day camps details released

Looking for fun activities to keep the kids busy during long summer days? York’s Recreation and Parks Department has announced registration details for its Summer Parks and Playground Day Camps. The program is available for children ages 6 through 13 … Continue reading

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New Grounds offers free coffee to emergency responders

Working in the city has its perks. While many businesses offer lunch discounts to city employees, one local business took an extra step to show thanks to emergency responders. New Grounds Roasting Company recently announced they’ll be giving free coffee … Continue reading

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New refuse contract sets back time, but not day of trash pickups

You might have noticed your trash wasn’t picked up at its usual time since a new refuse contract was signed between the city and York Waste Disposal, according to a news release. Officials said the contract was signed May 1 … Continue reading

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Take the 50 miles in 5 days challenge with Bike in York Week

If warmer weather has you itching to get outside and get in some exercise, then Eat, Play, Breathe York is offering the program for it. And there are loads of benefits being offered to those who participate. The healthy-living based … Continue reading

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Beyond the tax rate, questions remain for York’s budget season

York City Council is set to meet tonight for the first of several hearings in advance of any approval of the 2013 budget. And while Mayor Kim Bracey’s budget proposes no tax increase for city residents, still, plenty of questions … Continue reading

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How much complaining is too much?

I recommend my apartment to any new journalist that comes in the doors at YDR. The rent is low, the maintenance staff is prompt and I’m fond of the days when the building, owned by Susquehanna Real Estate, used to … Continue reading

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Readers respond to city canceling New Year’s Eve event

After posting a story on YDR’s Facebook Friday night about the city canceling its New Year’s Eve celebration — the comments flooded in. Here’s what some people were saying on the feed: I would like to see a break down … Continue reading

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