(Sean Philip Cotter scotter@yorkdispatch.com)
York County vet witnessed formal end of World War II

09/02/2015 08:46 AM EDT
Seventy years ago Wednesday, Don Peterson was riding in a bomber that swooped low over the USS Missouri, giving him a view of what he knew would go down as a historic moment. 
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DA: Dillsburg-area cop tried to frame ex-wife's boyfriend, plotted violence against them
09/02/2015 01:28 AM EDT - An area police sergeant who tried to frame his estranged wife's boyfriend for a felony crime — and who harbored darker, violent intentions for the couple — forced investigators to try to arrest him at his Dillsburg-area home when he thwarted their attempts to lure him to a neutral location, according to Cumberland County District Attorney Dave Freed. Full Story

BUSINESS
Liquor agents cite 5 York County establishments in August

The state's Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement agents cited five York County establishments during the month of August, according to a state news release. Full Story
EDUCATION
Big year ahead for York City's Performing Arts students

The Performing Arts Institute at William Penn Senior High School — through a partnership between the district and Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center intended to enhance the school's arts program — was reopened last school year for the first time in several years with a string of praised performances and learning opportunities. Full Story
ENTERTAINMENT
(Todd Stouch illustration)
Design a window to display during York Halloween Parade

In the weeks leading up to the York Halloween Parade on Oct. 25, spooky, doughnut-themed works of art will start to appear. Full Story
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York County vet witnessed formal end of World War II

09/02/2015 08:46 AM EDT
Seventy years ago Wednesday, Don Peterson was riding in a bomber that swooped low over the USS Missouri, giving him a view of what he knew would go down as a historic moment. 
Full Story
York County home improvement program needs applicants
09/02/2015 01:27 AM EDT - Have you been putting off replacing your home's roof or completing other repairs because of the high cost? Full Story

Police: Codorus Township man charged with sexual abuse of a minor
09/02/2015 01:26 AM EDT - A Codorus Township man has been charged with sexually assaulting a child over the course of two years. Full Story

Sobriety checkpoints, DUI patrols scheduled for Labor Day weekend
09/02/2015 01:26 AM EDT - Sobriety checkpoints and roving DUI patrols in York County will be on the lookout for people driving while drunk or on drugs Labor Day weekend. Full Story

Hanover welding school fulfilling need of skilled laborers
09/02/2015 07:57 AM EDT - Jacob Grove was still a senior at South Western High School when he began preparing for his future in the workforce. Full Story

Bludgeoning murder trial pushed back two months
09/01/2015 06:46 PM EDT - More than three years have passed without a trial since the killing of C. Jennifer Dowell and the subsequent arrest of Ross William Crawford, and on Tuesday proceedings were pushed back another two months. Full Story

Street fair flea market coming to downtown York
09/01/2015 12:31 AM EDT - Ariel Linebaugh has always loved flea markets, but she's sick of traveling 30 or 40 minutes to go to them. Full Story

(Matthew Mead — The Associated Press)
Onions deliver a robust soup for little effort

Talk about a vegetable that's everywhere. The humble onion is one the most common aromatic vegetables, popping up in so many ways across so many cuisines. Full Story
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VENICE WATCH: Festival pays tribute to horror-meister Craven

VENICE, Italy (AP) — The Venice Film Festival is adding a dose of horror to its high-toned lineup, in tribute to the late director Wes Craven. Full Story