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  • York: Vehicle fire snarls traffic on Route 17

    York: Vehicle fire snarls traffic on Route 17
    A vehicle fire snarled traffic along Route 17 in York County Wednesday morning causing massive delays for motorists and some school bus drivers. Emergency officials temporarily closed the northbound lanes of Route 17 near Hampton Highway at about 7:25...
  • Greek tragedy reaches battle-scarred vets of today

    Greek tragedy reaches battle-scarred vets of today
    NORFOLK — The tragedy could come straight out of Afghanistan or Iraq. A citizen-soldier comes home from battle, deeply depressed over losing his best friend. He's gone all out for his country, but top honors go to another soldier. Driven to...
  • Small crop of texting tickets reflects challenge in enforcing new law

    From Allentown police Capt. William Reinik's perspective, Pennsylvania's law against texting and driving is a challenge to enforce. "Out on the street, is it very difficult to tell if a person is texting? Yes — I won't make that a secret," said...
  • York County School Division to hold two community meetings on budget

    The York County School Division is holding two community meetings next week to garner support for its fiscal year 2015 budget, which was approved Monday night by the school board. The spending plan totals $128.6 million including $14.5 million in...
  • Counterfeit $20 bills reported at Wegmans Blvd. store [Harford police blotter]

    Maryland State Police and Harford County Sheriff's Office report: Aberdeen Danielle Nichole Nixon, 28, of the 2400 block of Post Road, was arrested Friday on a bench warrant in a case in which he is charged with two counts of vandalism. A person was...
  • York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office investigates shooting of home in upper York

    The York County Sheriff's Office is investigating the Saturday shooting of a home in upper York. Around 1 a.m. Saturday, multiple shots were fired into a home locate on the 100 block of Hickory Hills Drive, according to a statement from the sheriff's...
  • March 24 Letters: Climate change, York County, state budget, energy policies

    Concerning the double-header of recent denials of global warming (Ted Williams, March 5 and A . Kenley, March 9, I would like to add an "Inconvenient Truth" (Al Gore) couched in the allegory (paraphrased: "There are none so deaf as those who will not...
  • What chickadees can tell us about climate change

    PHILADELPHIA About 15 years ago, Villanova University biology professor Robert Curry was looking for a project that would allow his students to investigate something interesting without much travel. He found it in a cheeky little bird with a black cap,...
  • Condemned frat house becomes rewarding restoration

    Condemned frat house becomes rewarding restoration
    When Ron Tanner, an author and writing professor at Loyola University Maryland, purchased a condemned Victorian brownstone in Charles Village 14 years ago (against his real estate agent's advice), he knew nothing about restoration. The fact that the...
  • Readers worry proposed pipeline could be harmful

    Say the words "Spectra Energy" and watch the email inbox light up. Spectra is the company that is partnering with Florida Power & Light to build a natural-gas pipeline through three states, including Florida and parts of Lake, Sumter, Marion, Polk and...
  • Malloy Right To Up Heating Aid To Keep Families On SNAP

    Malloy Right To Up Heating Aid To Keep Families On SNAP
    Ouch. Don't mess with Connecticut's governor. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy threw some choice words at U.S. House Speaker John Boehner on Monday over cutting food-stamp benefits: "shameful" and "reprehensible." The governor was right. Mr. Boehner started...