• York area obituaries for Thursday - 11/27/2014 10:34 AM EST
    Northeastern alumni basketball game will benefit Bobcat mom with cancer

    11/26/2014 01:54 PM EST
    Note: Northeastern High School has canceled the Friday game because of the weather. Original report: On Friday, Northeastern High School alumni will hit the basketball court for a cause. 
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    Online shopping spurs York's post offices to deliver on Sundays
    11/24/2014 11:44 AM EST - Yorkers who shop online could start seeing an unfamiliar face on Sundays: a Postal Service carrier. A new, year-round deal with Amazon will have carriers delivering the online shopping website's packages seven days a week, aside from Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day, said Greater York Postmaster Mike Becker. Full Story


    Live coverage: Shoppers flock to Black Friday sales

    York Dispatch reporters will be covering Black Friday sales, even as they begin early Thursday evening. Full Story


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    Parents to Dover school board: Keep us here

    Parents in the Dover Area School District filled the New Salem Elementary School cafeteria Monday to ask questions about a Washington Township petition to leave the district, with many parents at the meeting saying they wanted to stay in Dover schools. Full Story


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    'Penguins of Madagascar' creates fun for the entire family

    Skipper, Kowalski, Private and Rico are back in theaters in "Penguins of Madagascar," opening Wednesday. Full Story
    (Bill Kalina — bkalina@yorkdispatch.com)
    Charity activist camping in York City to collect donations

    11/26/2014 05:42 PM EST
    Propped aside Bobby Brunner's tent is a child's easel, its white board scribbled in colors. Little hands must have used crayons or permanent markers, because the wipe of a sleeve or fingertip won't remove the abstract art. 
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    Crispus Attucks honors 10 making community a better place
    11/26/2014 09:51 AM EST - The Crispus Attucks 31st Annual Cultural Thanksgiving Celebration and Rising STARS Awards program Monday listed nine people who were being honored — and none of them were Basila Gould. Full Story

    Crispus Attucks to offer Thanksgiving dinner for community members
    11/26/2014 09:51 AM EST - Crispus Attucks will host a Thanksgiving meal Thursday afternoon for anyone in the community who wants to participate. Full Story

    Events to raise money for Hoodies for the Holidays
    11/25/2014 01:46 PM EST - Dubbed "Hoodies for the Holidays," the grass roots campaign is teaming up with the school and York City merchants to raise $13,000 for the 1,300 students who attend the high school. Full Story

    York Postcard Expo a glimpse into the past
    11/20/2014 09:11 AM EST - The 25th annual York Pennsylvania International Antique Postcard Expo will offer a look back at how people communicated before the advent of television and the Internet. Full Story

    Dover Township woman to be recognized at national volunteerism award ceremony
    11/19/2014 08:57 AM EST - For Lori Cutshall, volunteer service doesn't have to be done close to home to be community service. "I really find it hard to distinguish between the global community, the national community and the local community," she said in a video that played before she spoke at the Jefferson Awards ceremony. Full Story

    Police: Delta man slashed tires and claimed to have snipers
    11/19/2014 08:43 AM EST - A Delta man is facing numerous charges after a couple of bizarre exchanges in which he allegedly demanded money, punctured tires and said he had rooftop snipers as backup. Full Story

    (Jacques Brinon/AP)
    Who's behind Christmas tree at Paris' Notre Dame?

    PARIS (AP) — Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has a Christmas tree this year thanks to an unusual patron: the Russian government. Full Story
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    From Scratch: Give Swedes a chance

    My Thanksgiving dinner is fairly traditional: turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes and broccoli or cauliflower. Full Story
    New sentencing for 'Bernie' mortician

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Texas mortician whose conviction for killing a rich widow and storing her body in a freezer inspired the movie "Bernie" was granted a new sentencing hearing Wednesday, after the state's highest court agreed that his life prison sentence may be overly harsh. Full Story