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York Fair 250: Civil War’s Worth Infantry band one of many entertainers to play at the fair

The Worth Infantry , a York County, Pa., unit captained by John Hay, was an early responder after the Confederate firing on Fort Sumter in 1861. Scott Mingus writes in his Cannonball blog that the unit was formed before the … Continue reading

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Still photographs capture vintage West Shore Theater

Cross the steel bridge (rare nowadays) that spans York and Cumberland counties and you’ll be at the West Shore Theater quicker than you can watch a movie trailer. So the West Shore, like Glen Rock’s Glen Theatre and other area community movie houses, hasn’t solved the conversion to digital yet. York, Pa., Daily Record/Sunday News photographer Chris Dunn played on the challenge facing the West Shore in making still photos to go with a story about the 1940s theater.

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West Shore Theater, less than a mile from the York County line, offers a step back in time

The West Shore Theater, less than a mile from York County line in Cumberland County, offers a step back in time

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