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What life was like in downtown York, Pa., in World War II

Linked in/Neat stuff, below: Jim Getty, Lincoln re-enactor, passes away/Think Loud’s signal tower What was life like in downtown York, Pa., in World War II? This photo of York, by way of the Stewartstown Historical Society, shows George and Philadelphia … Continue reading

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York, Pa.’s signal tower to be preserved: ‘Towers … kept the railroad moving’

This tall structure in the York Street area of York City will remain standing as the area around it changes. Buildings in the 200 blocks of York and Chestnut streets will come down. Think Loud Development is looking to make … Continue reading

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Sustainable York, Pa.: 6 city views of inside space, at street level and from high above

A recent redevelopment tour of York, Pa., centered around sustainable construction throughout the city’s downtown. State Rep. Kevin Schreiber led the U.S. Green Building Council’s Central Pennsylvania chapter tour. Here, the tour begins in LSC Design’s 320 North George Street building. … Continue reading

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