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Endangered pier aided York trolley runs to Elm Beach: ‘It must have been their Ocean City’

Linked in/Neat stuff: ‘Murder in the Stacks’/Regional covered bridge burns For years, this old pier has just been there, right in the middle of the Conewago Creek outside Manchester. It supported a trolley bridge for decades but then the service … Continue reading

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Penn Street Farmers Market: ‘What do we have to do to keep writing history in this place?’

Linked in/Neat stuff: Artist William Falkler passes away/Codorus Street reunites Jimmy Ilyes’ family has operated at Penn Street & Farmers Market for decades. He’s doing his best to boost the half-filled market house on York, Pa.’s west end. A York … Continue reading

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Up for auction: One historic 14-room Adams County home built in 1760

This 14-room 1760 home near York Springs, Pa., formerly housed overflow lodgers from York Spring Hotel, the resort that gave the town its name. The 11.86-acre estate is up for auction on Aug. 24. Harry and June Seifert, founders of Winter Garden Salad Company in New Oxford bought the farmhouse in 1970 and began restoring it, according to the Hanover Evening Sun.

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Wrightsville’s Burning of the Bridge diorama tells story of adventure, history: Linked in to York County history, Sept. 28, 2012

Yorktownsquare covers a Wrightsville Civil War diorama, a “failing intersection” in York County and the Journal of York County Heritage.

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