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  • Pennsylvania gubernatorial debate gives hint of Democrats' leadership styles

    PHILADELPHIA — It took a college setting to bring a little life to what had been a bland series of election forums for the Democratic candidates for governor. Music pumped, questions were unscripted, the crowd of students and others was eager and...
  • York student chefs make winning recipes

     York student chefs make winning recipes
    YORK — Ten elementary-aged aspiring chefs dressed in matching shirts and pill box caps and wielding large kitchen knives went to work making delicacies for the York County School Division's Future Chef competition. Each chop of a knife seemed to...
  • Report: Woman sentenced in death of delivery driver found burning in York

    Report:  Woman sentenced in death of delivery driver found burning in York
    Wavy.com is reporting 19-year-old Kasey Rubio was sentenced to more than 25 years in prison Thursday for her role in the death of a man found burning last year in York County. The Daily Press reported that Kasey Rubio was one of two people arrested...
  • Wine specialty stores a positive step for Pa.

    I wanted to thank The Morning Call for running articles, from time to time, about wine in the food section. Articles like these can only help spark interest in wine appreciation and the many fine wineries in the Lehigh Valley area. The problem is trying...
  • York Supervisors reschedule retreat for April 11

    The York County Board of Supervisors has scheduled a retreat for 11:30 a.m. April 11 at the Riverwalk Landing Freight Shed. The annual meeting was planned for earlier this month, but was postponed after the Daily Press reported that it had not been...
  • Car talk on city's vehicle fleet

    My story in Monday's Daily Press on the City of Newport News' aging vehicle fleet drew a healthy round of reader feedback, some of which I'll share with you here. First, however, a recap: City officials say they've been spending too little on the...
  • McCormick explores relocating headquarters from Sparks

    McCormick explores relocating headquarters from Sparks
    Spice giant McCormick & Co. Inc. is considering moving its corporate headquarters from Sparks in northern Baltimore County to blend administrative offices at a single site elsewhere in Maryland or southern Pennsylvania, the company said Wednesday. "It's...
  • 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...
  • 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...