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  • READER SUBMITTED: Eminent Composer Lifts Up The Homeless

    GMChorale eagerly anticipates the arrival of eminent composer Henry Mollicone. He will travel from his home in California to offer a pre-concert lecture on May 3 at 6 p.m. prior to the 7 p.m. Connecticut Premiere of Mollicone's Beatitude Mass (for the...
  • Reader feedback April 5: Man charged in marijuana distribution case, York sues oyster farmer

    James City man charged in marijuana distribution case Tien V. Chu, 67, of James City, was arrested Wednesday and charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, court records indicate. A criminal complaint against Chu states police were...
  • York County to oyster farmers: Go shuck yourselves

    York County to oyster farmers: Go shuck yourselves
    Let the shelling commence. York County is asking a judge to shut down two oyster farms for operating illegally. Anthony Bavuso of Seaford was served with an injunction Thursday for operating a commercial oyster business without a permit. Earlier this...
  • Waste Management to power fleet with natural gas

    Waste Management will soon begin replacing its diesel-fueled garbage collection vehicles with more environmentally friendly trucks powered by compressed natural gas, possibly converting the entire fleet by next year. Officials of the trash hauler were...
  • Pennsylvanians rank 10th in state, local tax burden

    HARRISBURG — Pennsylvanians have the 10th-highest burden in the nation when it comes to local and state taxes, a Tax Foundation report found. Pennsylvanians paid 10.3 percent of their collective incomes in state and local taxes in 2011, the most...
  • Appeals court upholds New York City ban on worship services in schools

    NEW YORK — A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that a New York City regulation banning religious worship services inside school buildings after hours was constitutional. In a 2-1 decision, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the New...
  • Wolf continues to lead Democratic pack for governor

    HARRISBURG — Seven weeks before the primary election in Pennsylvania, nearly half of Democratic voters still are undecided on their choice for governor, according to a new poll. Of the 524 registered Democratic voters who responded to the...
  • MGM Grand At Foxwoods Renamed The Fox Tower

    MGM Grand At Foxwoods Renamed The Fox Tower
    The MGM Grand at Foxwoods is being renamed The Fox Tower, part of a campaign to reinvigorate the casino's brand in the face of new and expanded gambling competition across the Northeast. The change was announced Thursday by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal...
  • Small florists struggle for differentiation from Internet middlemen

    Still struggling in the post-recession, local flower shops aren't just competing with supermarkets, discounters and do-it-yourselfers. They're fighting to survive as a growing number of online middlemen known as "order-gatherers" sweep into the...
  • York supervisors send agriculture rezoning issue to Planning Commission

    YORK — The York County Board of Supervisors has asked the Planning Commission to look at three options that would limit farming in the county. The proposed zoning changes were spurred by a petition signed by a group of Seaford residents asking...
  • Tom Wolf's TV campaign ads make him a familiar face in Bethlehem

    Tom Wolf came to life Tuesday for Bruce Haines in Bethlehem. For months, Haines has seen campaign ads for Wolf, one of four Democrats running for governor in the May 20 primary election. Haines especially likes two commercials in which Wolf, a wealthy...