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    York County commissioner candidates on cost savings

    Three Republicans and an equal number of Democrats are running for three seats on the York County Board of Commissioners in the 2015 election. Full Story
    Hanover-area state park expanding
    The state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announced Thursday that 48 acres will be added to Codorus State Park just south of Hanover. Full Story

    5-year-old Stewartstown boy killed
    A 5-year-old Stewartstown boy died Saturday afternoon after being struck by a delivery van, according to the York County Coroner's Office. Full Story

    'Pristine' new building replaces site of Lower Windsor Twp. fire
    A highway maintenance building might not be the first thing that comes to mind with the words "pristine" or "sparkling," unless you're in Lower Windsor Township. Full Story

    Patient concern fuels fight for coverage of anticancer pills in Pa.
    York County residents Teresa Helfrich and Denny Falvey died from cancer days apart in 2009, and their children now advocate for cancer patients in honor of their deceased parents. Full Story

    SPCA's Bully Bash celebrates misunderstood breeds
    The York County SPCA's volunteers and staffers are as tenacious as pit bulls when it comes to finding "forever homes" for dogs that are considered members of "bully breeds," according to Executive Director Melissa Smith. Full Story

    Two plead guilty in deadly York City robbery spree
    Two of four York City defendants accused in a one-night robbery spree that ended with the fatal shooting of Dashaun Davis have pleaded guilty to lesser charges. Full Story

    On the Brink: School officer changes minds in York City
    Little girls squealed as if the latest boy band had arrived to perform an impromptu concert at their school. Full Story

    Political signs, signs everywhere in York County
    Like spring flowers, political yard signs seemingly rise from the ground this time of the year in York County. Full Story

    Prison ordered in 'prank' arson that destroyed home, killed dogs
    One of two men who pleaded guilty last month to burning down an occupied Lower Windsor Township home and killing two pet dogs while trying to pull a drunken prank must spend at least nine months in county prison. Full Story

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    Oyez! Town crier at royal baby birth captures attention

    LONDON (AP) — As dozens of journalists trained their lenses on a set of firmly shut double doors, waiting for a glimpse of Britain's new baby princess, a man in an outlandish costume stepped in to capture the world's attention. Full Story
    As American as cinnamon toast?

    To be honest, when I first saw a copy of Mimi Sheraton's new book, "1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die," my initial thought was that the illustrious former restaurant critic for the New York Times really wanted to call her book "1,000 Foods I've Eaten That You Haven't. Full Story