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In York network, women support women

"We can each define ambition and progress for ourselves. The goal is to work toward a world where expectations are not set by the stereotypes that hold us back, but by our personal passion, talents and interests. Full Story
PENNSYLVANIA
4-year-old girl rides Philly bus searching for 3 a.m. snack

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A 4-year-old Philadelphia girl has been returned safely to her parents after slipping out of her house at 3 a. Full Story
WORLD
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Saudi Arabia, Egypt show discord over Syria

CAIRO (AP) — Egypt and Saudi Arabia are cooperating militarily to thwart a power grab in Yemen by Shiite rebels, but the agreement on how to deal with the region's complex and intertwined conflicts may stop there. Full Story
WASHINGTON
Obama to make first visit to Kenya as president

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama will make his first trip as president to Kenya, the country of his father's birth. Full Story
Local sports
Saturday's York-Adams sports scoreboard

03/28/2015
Following is Saturday's schedule of York-Adams sporting contests. A number of contests have already been postponed. 
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Son: Former UNLV coach Tarkanian dies in Las Vegas
02/11/2015 - LAS VEGAS — Hall of Fame coach Jerry Tarkanian, who built a basketball dynasty at UNLV but was defined more by his decades-long battle with the NCAA, died Wednesday after several years of health issues. Full Story

Union To Players: NFL Lockout Coming
12/05/2010 - The NFL players' union has advised its members to prepare for a lockout it expects to come in March, telling players to save their last three game checks this year in case there is no season in 2011. Full Story

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Surplus symbols: How many state bugs and beans do we need?

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Whoopie pies, the K4s steam locomotive, the Carolina Shag and Harney silt loam share a common bond: Each is a treasured member of the eclectic and, some say, out-of-control state symbol club. Full Story
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From Scratch: Welcome spring with greens and pasta

Plant when the ground can be worked. I fell for this mantra on the seed packages for a couple of years until I finally wised up. Full Story
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Review: 'Woman in Gold,' a remarkable story lifelessly told

"Woman in Gold" has a rich story to tell. The true account of Maria Altmann's fight to reclaim a famed Gustav Klimt painting of her aunt, "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I," first stolen by the Nazis and then appropriated by Austria after the war, is laced with riveting history, deep and complex emotion, and fascinating bureaucracy. Full Story