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York County, Pa., criminal attorneys have long sought evidence from the grave

Roses rest on railroad tracks on Newberry Street during the annual Unity March in York, Pa.. The roses lay where Lillie Belle Allen was shot 40 years before. As part of the prosecution of the shootings of Allen and York City Police Officer Henry C. Schaad 30 years after they died, the bodies of the two victims were exhumed.

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York countians have it down to a science, working with their hands and minds, Part II

York College of Pennsylvania’s John ‘Jack’ Levisky II, a renowned anthropologist, was another in a long line of noteworthy scientists with York County ties

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York College of Pennsylvania prof to speak about York’s ‘Voices from the Past’

This painting, owned by the York County Heritage Trust, was one of 16 that became part of the 1927 celebration marking the 150th anniversary of the adoption of the Articles of Confederation in York County. Given the war conditions, scarce … Continue reading

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