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Of ghost signs and Roosevelt TV: ‘Vacuum tubes, record player needles, TV antennas’

Linked in/Neat stuff: Knowing Dover Township/It happened at Appomattox This is one of #YorkPa’s largest – and best known – ghost signs. That size contributes to its popularity, as does the fact it’s along one of the city’s most-traveled roads, … Continue reading

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Not all York County buildings can be preserved. But grass-roots preservationists should not give up

Brothers-in-law and business partners John Zimmerman, left, and Bill Wolf are leaders in the York County, Pa., business community and are known for their philanthropy in York County and beyond. The York Daily Record/Sunday News interviewed them recently.

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