Tag Archives: Steve McKee

Burning Bridge Tavern takes name from major Civil War moment: Linked in to history, 1/22/13

The Burning Bridge Tavern in Wrightsville is named after the bridge that the Union Army burned to keep invading Confederates from crossing in the Civil War. The building, a longtime tavern, sustained its own fire in 2008.

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Steve McKee’s book delivers an astute look into the heart of York

Steve McKee’s “My Father’s Heart, A Son’s Story” is a multi-faceted book that is more than a memoir about heart disease. It explores the complex relationship between father and son and the painful aftermath of a loved one’s death. And … Continue reading

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