Tag Archives: York City Market

These old York, Pa., ghost steps were made to walk on, but if they could talk … .

The steps rise at Indian Steps Museum, but this is not the staircase that gave this southeastern York County site it name. Those came from steps made from rock that led to the nearby Susquehanna River.

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Royal Square projects taking a kingly spot in York, Pa., headlines

The stories just keep peeling off the press – and appearing online – about Royal Square Development’s projects around the city. The most recent proposal calls for beautification in Royal Square’s original district in and around Duke and King streets. … Continue reading

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Mini-Tower stands as reminder of grand York City Market

Linked in/Neat stuff: Gettysburg’s Allen C. Guelzo to give July 4 speech You remember the Picturing History composite showing the before-and-after of the long-gone City Market at Princess and Duke streets in York, Pa. Well, here’s a detail that might be … Continue reading

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Damon’s Grill/Banana Max building leveled; WellSpan coming in: Linked in to York County history, 4/15/13

Yorktownsquare.com covers memories of York City Market and Food Fair, Betty Marshall’s memorial service and WellSpan’s new medical office building in Northwest York.

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These old York County steps, Part III: Where did they lead? Linked in to York County history, Nov. 7, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers a new book on the Boston Tea Party, the old York City Market, back-in angled parking elsewhere in this region and Raab’s one-room schoolhouse.

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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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