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Then & Now: York’s Northwest Triangle beginning to take shape

This aerial view shows York, Pa.’s, Northwest Triangle before site work cleared the Ohio Blenders silos and other buildings along Beaver Street. In recent months, the area in and around the redevelopment area has generated some news. A two-screen movie theater plans to move in. The Thos. Somerville Co. building, across from the stadium, is getting new tenants. York County Regional Charter School continues to add classes and a brand new playground.

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Working on Steam into History’s railroad – Linked in to York County history, 4/11/13

Yorktownsquare.com covers Roundtown’s one-room school, the 40th anniversary of the Vietnam War, YDR/WGAL’s town meeting and working on Steam into History’s railroad

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Manchester Township’s White Oak Park – from amusement park to teen hangout: Linked in to history, Nov. 21, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers White Oak Park, the Shady Dell, Emigsville’s Emig Mansion and bald eagles over York County.

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These old York County steps, Part IV: Where did they lead? Linked in to history, Nov. 10, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com features the Shady Dell, a Prohibition exhibit, and big recognition of York County artist Lorann Jacobs.

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Indian Rock Dam, controller of Codorus flooding, just celebrated its 70th birthday

Indian Rock Dam, a York-area flood control impoundment, opened about 70 years ago, in 1942.

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Part III: Using York County history to create community embodies a modern trend

Yorktownsquare.com covers a picnic of history-minded people who toured a former distillery site known as Shady Lane.

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Part II: Using York County history to create community embodies a modern trend

Yorktownsquare.com previews the PreservingYork.com picnic, an event in which a virtual community is meeting to become an actual community.

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Over the years, Warner’s Dairy Complex has changed a bit: Linked in with neat York County history stuff, July 20, 2012

The transformation of Warner’s Dairy Complex, complete with airport, into Lion’s Pride Restaurant and Dairyland Square Shopping Center and associated buildings is just plain interesting. This image, from John F.M. Wolfe’s ‘Profile of Aviation,’ shows the airplane hangars in the … Continue reading

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Using York County history to create community embodies a modern trend

Preservingyork.com is sponsoring a picnic to benefit two local charities.

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Unveiling hidden art around York, Pa. – Linked in with neat York County history stuff, May 27, 2012

I’ve been covering the arts in York for about five years. I’ve attended many events, gallery openings and concerts. During my time here, I also learned about its history and found some hidden gems. So, when I decided to cover this Downtown Inc-led tour, I doubted I would learn much. I was wrong.

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