Daily Archives: July 13, 2010

Water damage delays opening of York’s William C. Goodridge House Underground Railroad museum

Moisture seeping into the Goodridge House, a budding Underground Railroad museum, damaged restorative horse-hair plaster — recently finished as part of a renovation. Also of interest: Freed slaves living north of Mason-Dixon Line often faced return to bondage and Research … Continue reading

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This is the season when Bury’s World Famous Hamburgers reigns as burger king

I don’t know what to make of the secrecy behind the Bury’s World Famous Hamburger recipe. My wife used a published recipe for that famous tomato-based sauce over the weekend, and the burgers were as good, actually better, than those … Continue reading

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