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Hunger Walk-A-Thon takes to Rail Trail Sunday

Nine out of 10 York City schoolchildren come from families poor enough to receive free or reduced-price lunches. One out of every eight families in York County lacked enough money to buy needed food at least once in 2012. Hunger, … Continue reading

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A quick and easy application for a license to carry a firearm in York

My friend recently bought a gun — a small pistol from Gander Mountain. She said they did the background check, which she passed in a matter of minutes, on site. Within an hour, about the same amount of time as … Continue reading

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York Countians’ thoughts on Fiscal Cliff dilemma are as polarized as Washington’s

The deadline to the impending¬†Fiscal Cliff is so close that it can now be counted in hours, rather than days. And while there has been a desparate bi-partisan call for cooperation in the waning hours, a deal has yet to … Continue reading

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York city randomness: Anyone missing a suit jacket?

Enroute to the White Rose Bar & Grill last night from my apartment, I spotted this suit jacket randomly dangling from the West Philadelphia Street bridge over the Codorus Creek. I really don’t know why, but I took a picture … Continue reading

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Stoopin’ in York city: A snapshot from Monday

Monday marked the beginning of some warm weather inside the York city limits. And we all know what that means. It’s stoop season. Full disclosure: I suffer from stoop envy. My stoop on West Philadelphia Street is a measly slab … Continue reading

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