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This York, Pa., building, mysterious for years, now is used as a crematorium

This York County, Pa., building and its smokestack have brought up all kinds of stories, often spooky, over the years. It’s now used as a crematorium. So where does this building stand? Btw, what was its original use?

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York’s newest radio station, Community 106.1: ‘… A way to go much further than just the neighborhood’

Linked in/Neat stuff: Brodbecks Band comes to York/Bird’s-eye view of Santander First St. John’s isn’t the first church in York, Pa., to offer its steeple as a transmitting tower. Zion United Church of Christ is another. First St. John’s tower bears … Continue reading

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These old York County steps, Part III: Where did they lead? Linked in to York County history, Nov. 7, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers a new book on the Boston Tea Party, the old York City Market, back-in angled parking elsewhere in this region and Raab’s one-room schoolhouse.

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