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Pat Delany

LETTER: York Little Theatre can bring the arts to you

11/25/2014 02:01 PM EST
York Little Theatre is York's prominent community theater, creating an environment of excellence in the theater arts through diverse performances and innovative educational opportunities. 
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LETTER: Sen. Wagner thanks voters
11/24/2014 01:00 PM EST - I would like to thank the citizens of the 28th District in York County for electing me to serve a full four-year term in Harrisburg. Full Story

LETTER: York City should live within its means
11/20/2014 10:42 AM EST - To York City Council: I continue to be appalled by your governance of the city. Your most recent debacle is the introduction or passage of the Pension Plan Funding Act for both residents and nonresidents who have no vote or representation in the city. Full Story

LETTER: Support 29th Feed-A-Friend marathon
11/20/2014 10:42 AM EST - For most of us, the holiday season is a time of giving, receiving and sharing, as well as a chance to enjoy a wonderful holiday feast with family and friends. Full Story

LETTER: Thank a home health care worker
11/20/2014 10:41 AM EST - November is National Home Care & Hospice Month, and I want to take this opportunity to recognize and thank each of our employees, contracted staff and volunteers at Lutheran Home Care & Hospice and LIFE Lutheran Services for the contributions that they make to the welfare of our clients and participants and their families throughout the year. Full Story

LETTER: Public safety should be Red Lion council's first concern
11/19/2014 10:59 AM EST - For the past few months Red Lion Borough Council has had the opportunity to do the right thing and get a contract in place for police services with York Area Regional Police. Full Story

LETTER: Newly elected should stop pointing fingers, clean house
11/07/2014 10:32 AM EST - Now that the election is over ... Gov.-elect Wolf, you must now look at all the statements you made during the campaign and tell us in language that all can comprehend and understand just exactly how you are going to fulfill your promises. Full Story

LETTER: Nothing new in organizations suing
11/04/2014 03:54 PM EST - The editorial boards of the York newspapers want communities to be able to make laws overriding state laws. Full Story

LETTER: Wolf dodges tax questions
10/30/2014 11:56 AM EDT - After watching the third debate between Gov. Tom Corbett and Tom Wolf, I realized that Tom Wolf does nothing but dodge questions on raising taxes. Full Story

LETTER: Making life harder for people on meds
10/27/2014 10:12 AM EDT - To our state legislators: House Bill 1180 — really? Do you know how hard it is now to obtain pain killers? Full Story

  • LETTER: Shadowfax thanks social clubs - 10/24/2014 10:43 AM EDT
  • LETTER: Unanswered questions about Wolf - 10/22/2014 11:16 AM EDT
  • LETTER: Perry fight for sick child - 10/21/2014 09:55 AM EDT
  • LETTER: Mandatory physicals for doctors - 10/16/2014 10:12 AM EDT
  • LETTER: State needs to fund rehabs - 10/09/2014 12:53 PM EDT
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    GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — A man is facing a felony menacing charge after two western Colorado sheriff's deputies say he pointed a banana at them and they thought it was a gun. Full Story
    (Julie Falsetti photo)
    From Scratch: Give Swedes a chance

    My Thanksgiving dinner is fairly traditional: turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes and broccoli or cauliflower. Full Story
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    Review: 'Horrible Bosses 2' doesn't work

    The characters of the modern workplace comedy, like the rest of us, don't know how to make a living anymore. Full Story