• York Fair cuts 6 food contests, adds 3 - 07/22/2014 12:50 PM EDT
    EDITORIAL: Can't check and forget teachers' backgrounds

    07/22/2014 07:43 AM EDT
    When parents send their sons and daughters to school, they trust teachers and administrators will protect the students. 
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    EDITORIAL: Nearly $1M in help for York City schools
    07/21/2014 07:58 AM EDT - Thumbs up: To the three community organizations that banded together to fund an ambitious, nearly $1 million after-school program and support system in the cash-strapped York City School District. Full Story

    EDITORIAL: CO detectors can stop silent killer
    07/18/2014 07:43 AM EDT - The silent killer claimed two lives in Jacobus this week. Nancy Rosenbaum-Hardy, 44, and her 15-year-old son Preston were found dead Wednesday in their beds, an indication neither was aware of the danger just down the stairs of their Water Street home. Full Story

    EDITORIAL: Put more teeth in dog laws
    07/17/2014 04:14 PM EDT - Despite two recent pit bull attacks in the area, a call to ban the breed in York City isn't likely to get very far. Full Story

    EDITORIAL: Call special session on pension reform
    07/16/2014 07:33 AM EDT - Now why couldn't Gov. Tom Corbett have done this a year ago, two years ago — at his inauguration 3 ½ years ago, even? Full Story

    EDITORIAL: No bridge big enough
    07/14/2014 08:21 AM EDT - Thumbs up: Mitchell Stambaugh has walked across the Route 116 bridge in Spring Grove every workday for 24 years to get from a parking lot to his job at the Glatfelter paper mill. Full Story

    EDITORIAL: What's in a name? $1 million
    07/10/2014 03:09 PM EDT - In good times, the idea of changing the name of Pennsylvania's Department of Public Welfare would just be an eye-roller. Full Story

    EDITORIAL: Hotel tax good for region
    07/09/2014 10:25 AM EDT - Could a pending bill spark a new War of the Roses? Some of our friends east of the Susquehanna River seem to think so. Full Story

    EDITORIAL: HRC ready to move forward?
    07/08/2014 07:15 AM EDT - After a tense period marked by the resignation of most of its members, the firing of its executive director and a secret audit, the York City's Human Relations Commission is ready to get back to business. Full Story

    EDITORIAL: York City's angels
    07/07/2014 10:34 AM EDT - Thumbs up: The York Revolution again threw open the gates to Santander Stadium Friday for a free community Fourth of July fireworks display. Full Story

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    170-foot ketchup bottle for sale in Illinois

    BELLEVILLE, Ill. (AP) — Would you relish having a towering ketchup bottle? That emblem of roadside Americana could be yours if you fork over enough money. Full Story
    (Bill Kalina — bkalina@yorkdispatch.com)
    At 30, Victor's fuses classic and modern cuisine

    Whether with its traditional-but-modern menu, the beauty of its renovated church-turned-restaurant or its welcoming social scene, Victor's Italian Restaurant grabs hold of hearts and taste buds. Full Story
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    Working late in life, directors refuse to say cut

    Visiting a retired Frank Capra at his Sierra Nevada hideaway, Clint Eastwood was baffled. "I always thought: 'He could be making a film right now. Full Story