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Central York students combine journalism, law to probe historic criminal cases

The remote place just beyond this overpass in East Manchester Township looks safe. But it isn’t. Or wasn’t. Here, William Babner attacked a young man and woman, and after he assaulted and shot them, left them for dead in the … Continue reading

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About jugs and stills and the York County hillbillies: Linked in to history, Nov. 14, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers a rare Pfaltzgraff jug that sold for $8 thousand recently, serial killer Mark Spotz’s appointment with the executioner and a recent speech on American Indians

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Add Hubert Michael’s cruel act to the list of York County’s most notorious criminal cases

Hubert Michael, who was sentenced to death in the death of a 16-year-old Franklin Township girl, has escaped the death penalty … so far

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Susquehanna River bridge headquarters counted the tolls: Linked in to York County history, Sept. 13, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com cover Steam Into History, the deaths of two prominent York countians and Continental Square improvements.

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