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York County (Pennsylvania)

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  • Flowering trees announce the arrival of spring season

    Flowering trees announce the arrival of spring season
    You know spring has sprung when you see flower buds on early-season trees like eastern redbud, saucer magnolia and dogwood. With the Easter season around the corner, April 8 this year, spring is waking up earlier than usual. It's like Mother Nature...
  • York County Candy Maker Files for Bankruptcy Protection

    York County Candy Maker Files for Bankruptcy Protection
      York County based candymaker, Wolfgang Candy Company has filed for bankruptcy.  A plan to restructure the company's finances recently fell through forcing the company to seek bankruptcy protection. Family owned and operated, Wolfgang Candy Company...
  • Challenger to take on seven-year senator in Pennsylvania's 31st District

    March 15--YORK, Pa. -- Each candidate running for the District 31 state senate seat in the April 24 primary has big plans if they make it to November's election. This district covers all of Cumberland County; and in York County -- Carroll, Fairview,...
  • Public Pools In Central PA Get Ready For Mandatory Regulations

    Public Pools In Central PA Get Ready For Mandatory Regulations
    Businesses and organizations with public pools are in a hurry to make some changes, before they are fined for not complying with an American Disabilities Act. Stairs, slopes and self-service lifts are among the new federal pool regulations, which have to...
  • York's Fire Chief announces retirement

    York's Fire Chief announces retirement
    City Fire Chief Steven R. Buffington announced today that he will be retiring from the York City Department of Fire/Rescue Services, effective April 29, 2012. "I have decided that the time is right for me to pursue other opportunities. I am proud and...
  • It's primary day; Voter turnout expected to be light

    It's primary day; Voter turnout expected to be light
    Polls in Pennsylvania are set to open in under an hour as voters heard out to help pick several candidates for this November's election. Today's primary is the first time the state's new voter identification law will get a run. Turnout is expected to...
  • Immunization deadline passes for Dallastown School District, 12 kept out of school

    Immunization deadline passes for Dallastown School District, 12 kept out of school
    The Pennsylvania Department of Health announced Friday they are extending the window for students to comply with a new school immunization law for two weeks. The health department implemented new immunization standards at the beginning of the 2011-2012...
  • State Awards $15.6 Million for Red Lion Borough Project

    State Awards $15.6 Million for Red Lion Borough Project
    Construction of a new filtration plant for Red Lion Borough in York County will soon become reality. The Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority, PENNVEST, has approved $15.6 million to fully fund the project.  The Borough current water...
  • Gun Sales Surge in Central PA as Election Day Nears

    Gun Sales Surge in Central PA as Election Day Nears
    Gun sales are on the rise as fear connected to the upcoming presidential election, along with crime rise.  Freedom Armory in Glen Rock, York County has seen a 25% increase in sales. The spike became apparent in November, during the 2012 Presidential...
  • Two proposals eye school property tax reform

    Two proposals eye school property tax reform
    Times are tough and some legislators at the Capitol are looking to ease the tax burden on homeowners. Two proposals before the House of Representatives look to change the school property tax structure across the state. Both bills are still in the early...
  • Saturday's 5/12 local sports calendar (updated Friday AM; further update to come)

    COLLEGES Baseball Norfolk State at Coppin State (doubleheader), 1 UNC Wilmington at William and Mary, 2 p.m. Old Dominion at Northeastern, noon Softball MEAC tournament (in Ormond Beach, Fla.): Games TBA NCAA Division III regional (at CNU until 7:30 game,...