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Testing your knowledge about York, Pa., history: Where did York County Academy stand?

Other quizzes below: What’s that umbrella doing in an area church/York’s fatal Lassa fever case History Mystery: When York Little Theatre was five years old, it operated out of the late 1700s York County Academy. That academy building was demolished … Continue reading

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York Airport’s runway: A rare view of its other end

Anyone who has driven on Route 30, the old Lincoln Highway, west of York is familiar with the York Airport. Planes come in right over the roof of your car. But what’s at the other end of the runway? That … Continue reading

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York Little Theatre lowered its arts & acting anchor at the old Elmwood Theater in 1953

This York Daily Record’s photo gallery featuring the York Little Theatre, the former Elmwood Theater makes you wonder about that old, but vastly remodeled moviehouse’s past. Its Belmont Street neighborhood is showing wear and tear, but the York Little Theatre … Continue reading

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York County quiz II: Check out your local history smarts

Post by York Daily Record/Sunday News. No York County place sparks more conversation on social media than this wonderful place. Many York countians have visited this estate, and they come back with stories they’ll readily share. The York Daily Record … Continue reading

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C.S. Lewis’ life and writings point to Easter themes

This is prep time for a dress rehearsal for ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ at York, Pa., Little Theatre in 2006. This performance put a different twist on C.S. Lewis’ famous series. Lewis is known to many in York County because of this story.

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‘Downton Abbey’ Tea Tuesday and black history jazz time at the York County HeritageTrust

‘Downton Abbey’ Tea Tuesday and black history jazz time planned at the York County Heritage Trust.

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York County hosts local boy who made good: Linked in to history, 1/17/13

Yorktownsquare.com covers the impact of First Amendment advocate Jim Grove, a new York County Heritage Trust exhibit and a performance by local boy makes good Robert Spencer.

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Many respond with memories about YLT: Linked in with neat York County history stuff, Aug. 20, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers restoring a historic Gettysburg barn, a barber who has been cutting hair for 50 years and Old Tyme Days in Conewago Township.

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How a bird saw prime York County farmland in 1970: Linked in with neat history stuff, April 11, 2012

For years, The Gazette and Daily produced annual calendars with interesting photographs from around York County, Pa. This aerial scene from the calendar’s November 1970 entry shows a photograph overlooking the J.C. Johnson farm in Hopewell Township, east of Stewartstown … Continue reading

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Old Hanover Theater a building that can be saved. Linked in with neat history stuff, Jan. 21, 2012

Preservation Pennsylvania Executive Director Mindy Gulden Crawford told preservationists and the media that the Hanover Theater is on Pennsylvania’s At Risk list of endangered historic sites. ‘This is not a building beyond saving. This building has been maintained,’ Higgins said. … Continue reading

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