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Pat Delany

LETTER: Stunning 'Aladdin, Jr." at YLT

10/06/2015 11:36 AM EDT
It's a "Whole New World" at York Little Theatre. I recently had the distinct pleasure of attending YLT's 83rd season ppener, Disney's "Aladdin, Jr. 
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LETTER: Reilly puts big dent in public trust
10/06/2015 11:42 AM EDT - As a loyal Republican who has voted in virtually every election for the past 30 years, I am troubled by the admitted "campaign transgressions" of York County Commissioner Reilly. Full Story

LETTER: Confused by charge in attack
10/06/2015 11:34 AM EDT - In the Wednesday, Sept. 30, edition of The York Dispatch was a story about a man who punched his 4-month pregnant girlfriend in the stomach and head so many times she threw up. Full Story

LETTER: Dover Twp. wants unnecessary water rate hike
10/06/2015 11:33 AM EDT - After some discussion earlier this year of selling or leasing Dover Township's water and wastewater systems, residents loudly and clearly voiced that they wanted to retain local control of the systems, particularly for rate setting. Full Story

OP-ED: Americans really want NASA back again
10/05/2015 02:50 PM EDT - WOW! I am feeling a Buck Rogers moment coming on. Yeah, I know. Nobody really knows what that means any more. Full Story

LETTER: Stone for Dover Twp. supervisor
10/01/2015 09:25 AM EDT - I am writing this letter on behalf of Dover Township Supervisor candidate Rob Stone. I have known Rob for over 10 years and in all that time he has repeatedly proven himself to be a person of decency and integrity. Full Story

LETTER: Climate change writing on the wall
10/01/2015 09:24 AM EDT - Earlier this month, the next generation of Pennsylvanians got a whole lot safer. Sen. Bob Casey announced his support for the Clean Power Plan, which is the biggest step our nation has ever taken to avert the extreme weather, smog and species extinction that accompany climate change. Full Story

LETTER: Your vote matters in November
10/01/2015 09:27 AM EDT - On Nov. 3 we will have the opportunity to go to the polls. The off-year election is where we elect many of our local officers including school board members. Full Story

LETTER: Thanks for outstanding Septemberfest
10/01/2015 09:22 AM EDT - On Saturday Sept. 19, the Spring Grove Regional Parks and Recreation Center held our 11th Annual Septemberfest community festival. Full Story

OP-ED: Pa. helping employers hire and keep 'seasoned' workers
10/01/2015 09:22 AM EDT - This past week in Pennsylvania, we celebrated Employ Older Workers Week, a statewide initiative that recognizes the important role that older Pennsylvanians play in our current and future workforce. Full Story

  • LETTER: Time for GOP to work with Wolf - 09/30/2015 03:44 PM EDT
  • LETTER: GOP can't ignore Wolf - 09/16/2015 08:54 AM EDT
  • LETTER: Casey's wise vote on Iran deal - 09/08/2015 07:55 AM EDT
  • LETTER: Don't gamble on Sestak - 08/28/2015 08:19 AM EDT
  • Budget woes? Let's talk - 08/27/2015 01:15 AM EDT
  • LETTER: Spare us the Munich comparisons - 08/24/2015 09:33 AM EDT
  • LETTER: Toomey using children as pawns - 08/18/2015 09:50 AM EDT
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    From Scratch: Fork-tender, homemade meatballs outshine frozen every time

    Meatballs. Every country seems to have some version of this ground meat dish. There are albondigas from the Spanish-speaking world, kofta from the Middle East and k├Âttbullar from Sweden. Full Story
    (Shawn Greene/AP)
    Fukunaga stuns with powerful 'Beasts of No Nation'

    The story of the child soldier is not one that the movies have been clamoring to tell. What could be gleaned from giving this insidious reality a narrative platform? Full Story