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This York, Pa., building has housed a market and BizTown. But why was it built?

Post by York Daily Record/Sunday News. In commenting on this YDR Facebook History Mystery post (click on comments icon to see), some people think this is the old Stetler Dodge building. Close – as in across the street – but … Continue reading

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York’s West Princess Street helped form foundation for Julia Hines-Harris’ successes: Linked in to history, June 21, 2013

Dr. Julia Hines-Harris retired after 36 years in York, Pa., City School District. Her last position was assistant superintendent for secondary education. She later became a pastor. Those are her credentials but there’s a big picture view of this educator who died this week. She spent her lifetime as an advocate for children.

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‘Lawyers and Ilk’ offers lively insight about York County’s legal community

York, Pa., attorney Jeffrey C. Bortner, since deceased, wrote “Commentaries For Lawyers and Ilk.” The book is available at York County libraries. Background post: Essayist profiles champion for the blind and At the blind center: ‘The bees have been enjoying … Continue reading

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