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York Central Market’s 125th birthday: ‘This is one story you won’t want to miss’

York’s Central Market is observing its 125th anniversary this year, and memories are flowing from those who have enjoyed its expanse and delicacies over the years

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Former York countian Craig F. Walker profiles Marine suffering from PTSD: Linked in with neat York County history stuff, April 3, 2012

Denver Post Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Craig F. Walker is a York Suburban High School graduate. And the war correspondent continues to do great work – and collect awards – for his work out west. This photograph is a piece of … Continue reading

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More than 5,000 crowded Central Market in York for revival services in 19th century

York, Pa.’s Central Market served as a type of convention center in its early days, as did other city markethouses. The spaciousness of the Central Market building – with its current enlarged food court, located where the stands at the … Continue reading

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York’s Penn Street Farmers Market,150 years old, seeks to replant for new customers

Mindi’s Place at Market & Penn Street Farmers Market is the primary eatery in York, Pa.’s, west end markethouse. The market is the oldest of five covered markethouses that operated in York. Background posts: There were 5, count ‘em, 5 … Continue reading

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