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The name’s Bond. Bond Building. Will it have a productive future?

The Bond building or the Bond Sanitary Products building, as it still known, has been the scene of several significant moments in York County, Pa., history. And now, empty for some years, the King and Queen street structure faces a new use connected to York’s future – part of a growing arts community.

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Foodstruck event offers insight about direction York, Pa., is heading

The Foodstruck event the other day was successful in every respect. Just the 8,500-plus who made it there to munch on the Foodstruck fare made it so. Beyond the obvious, the event helps underscore a change that has been taking place for years in York, Pa. As the the following photos show, the event brought swarms of people to the arts district, scene of many downtown festivities nowadays.

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Central Market, as you’ve never seen it: Linked in to York County, Pa., history, June 7, 2013

‘The First Supper” is opening on First Friday in York, Pa., tonight. The glasswork will be shown in Rudy Collective’s exhibit, ‘The First Supper.’ That exhibit features a variety of media from woodwork, mosaics and stained glass to light fixtures, birdhouses and sculptures. That’s York’s Central Market visible through the stained-glass panel, which places the exhibit at 38 North Gallery, 38 N. Beaver St.

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How to get your photographs before thousands of eyes: Linked in to York County history, Nov. 3, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers a longtime York County stained-glass window market, Avalong Restaurant, Camp Security and a source for penny postcards.

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Check out 10 more links to stories, photos of Sandy, present and past bad weather events

10 more links to Hurricane Sandy stories, photos and past bad weather events

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