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GOP candidate for Alloway’s state Senate seat accused of spreading Islamophobia
The Republican nominee hoping to replace former state Sen. Richard Alloway has joined the ranks of state and federal politicians called out for untrue and Islamophobic rhetoric.Politics
York County Bar Association biased against Christian conservatives, candidate says
York City-based attorney Matt Menges alleged his conservative, Christian values have hindered his reputation among attorneys in York County.Politics
Local police departments weigh overtime costs as budget season approaches
Some local police officers make more in overtime alone than the median household income in York City, and those costs will soon come into play as budget season gets underway.Politics
Decades after Golden Venture, York County is an immigration detention hub
In 1993, 154 Chinese immigrants landed in the bare York County Prison, marking the beginning of the area's large-scale immigrant detention.Politics
York County 911 Center deputy director quit in March
The York County 911 Center is without a deputy director, a position recommended by a former audit of the facility.Politics
York County lawmakers tout regulation reform package
A group of York County GOP lawmakers and economic leaders are pushing a package of bills that would reevaluate the state's more than 150,000 regulations and change how future statutes are adopted.Politics
Monday is last day to register for May primary elections in York County
Monday, April 22, is the last day for York County residents to register to vote in the May 21 primary elections.Politics
Second annual Latino Health Summit focuses on access
The second annual Latino Health Summit brought in hundreds of the state's Latino residents to highlight healthcare access issues and to push for the services they deserve.Politics
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Klunk reintroduces ban on Down syndrome-based abortions
Rep. Kate Klunk is again fighting for legislation that would ban abortions on the basis of prenatal diagnosis of Down syndromePolitics
Rep. Perry opens district office, moving in with familiar GOP face
U.S. Rep. Scott Perry has opened a York County district office more than three months after being sworn-in — and he's sharing space with a local state lawmaker.Politics
Former allies split ways over redistricting fix
Sen. Mike Folmer and a Democratic colleague are again pushing for an independent citizens' redistricting commission, but they've already butt heads with a former supporter.Politics
York County bridge funding might soon collapse
County-owned bridges are funded through liquid fuel taxes as well as a $5 vehicle registration fee that was first imposed in 2016 and has brought in $4.3 million since. Municipalities rely on the fuel tax alone.Politics
York Dems say DA’s review of Supler’s felony is political hit
The Democratic Party of York County is backing county treasurer candidate Ryan Supler amid what he alleges is a politically-motivated focus on his felon status.Politics
DA’s office ‘legally analyzing’ Supler’s treasurer run over 2012 felony conviction
The York County District Attorney's Office is looking into Treasurer candidate Ryan Supler's legal history after being notified he is a felon.Politics
EDITORIAL: Praying she’ll see error of her ways
A Clinton County politician recently made a controversial opening invocation in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
AP FACT CHECK: Trump misleads on health care, Russia probe
Rallying in Michigan, President Donald Trump bragged about a surging auto industry that isn’t surging, a Republican rescue for health care that has yet to take shape, a “total” exoneration in the Russia investiFactcheck
EDITORIAL: Legislature shouldn’t prop up TMI
The state Legislature shouldn't step in to prop up the aging and inefficient Three Mile Island Unit 1 reactor.
EDITORIAL: Council right to put hiring on hold
The York City Council made the right decision recently when it opted to put the hiring of a new business administrator on hold.
York County has year to replace voting machines — and figure out how to pay up to $8 million
Voting machines in York County had little-to-no issues in this year's midterm elections, but county officials are still scrambling to find the money in preparation for the mandated 2020 replacement of the current technology.Elections
EDITORIAL: Pa. Republicans face hard choice — work with Wolf or against him
EDITORIAL: The Republican members in the Pennsylvania legislature have a difficult collective decision to make over the next two years.
York County woman joins ACLU lawsuit over Pa. absentee ballot deadlines
The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania and nine individuals are suing Gov. Tom Wolf and other high-ranking government officials over the state's absentee ballot deadline requirements, and one plaintiff is a woman from York County.Elections
Gov. Tom Wolf wins re-election bid against Wagner
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf spent much of his time on the campaign trail sharing his desire to keep Pennsylvania on its current path, and he proudly said he will be now able to do so after winning his re-election bid against Republican Scott Wagner.Elections
10th District race sees last-minute surge in donations
The 10th District House race has been called one of the most competitive in the state, and with a last-minute wave of donations and the race being re-classified as a "Republican toss-up," it's seemingly continuing on that path as Election Day unfolds.Elections
2018 midterm elections: York County voters’ guide
Election Day is November 6, and some York County residents may not have all of the up-to-date information they need before and during this year's midterm elections.Elections
WHAT TO WATCH: After turbulent campaign, it’s up to voters
President Donald Trump’s presidency has been a wild, turbulent, two-year ride. Now it’s time for voters to weigh in how much they’re enjoying it.Elections
Where Pennsylvania’s candidates for governor stand on issues
A look at where the two candidates for Pennsylvania governor – Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and Republican nominee Scott Wagner – stand on some key issues, from abortion rights to taxes.Elections
Rep. Scott Perry, George Scott bring civility to second 10th District debate
The second public 10th District debate between Republican Rep. Scott Perry and Democratic challenger George Scott may have been more tame than their first, but candidates' policies remained as conflicting as ever.Elections
169th District House race: Klunk vs. Hammond
In one of the few local House seats that has gone back-and-forth between Democrats and Republicans historically, Republican incumbent Rep. Kate Klunk is hoping to prevent the 169th District House seat from returning to blue.Elections
EDITORIAL: Springfield Twp. board needs to grow
EDITORIAL: A referendum to increase the size of the Springfield Township Board of Supervisors from three to five deserves to be passed.
Trump, social media drive surge in Pennsylvania’s young voter ranks
With the November election approaching, reaching the youth vote is more important than ever now there are more young voters than older voters in Pennsylvania.Elections
28th District Senate race profile: Higgins vs. Phillips-Hill
Midterm elections are just a little more than a month away, and the two women competing for the 28th District Senate seat are campaigning hard for a seat that has remained red for 23 years.Elections
EDITORIAL: Drop in Revs’ attendance worrisome
EDITORIAL: York Revolution President Eric Menzer "isn't worried about" the team's drop attendance. Others, however, are probably more concerned.
Analyst: Wolf and Fetterman could unite Pa. Democrats
The Bernie Sanders-endorsed John Fetterman could help energize progressive Democrats as Gov. Tom Wolf seeks reelection.Politics
York County making extra preparations ahead of primary election
With a new congressional map to consider and coming off a programming error in 2017, York County's elections department has taken extra precautions.Elections
EDITORIAL: New owners will be under scrutiny
EDITORIAL: Pleasant Acres will soon be under new ownership. We'll be watching to see if the new owners live up to their promises.
Casey, Toomey issue statements on withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal
President Trump's announcement that the U.S. would out the nuclear accord drew vastly different reactions from Pennsylvania's two U.S. senators.Politics
OPED: Protect constitutional right to self govern
It's no surprise that both Republican and Democratic operatives are lining up to re-gerrymander in 2021 unless we do something about this.
Whose names will York County see on the 2018 primary ballot?
From governor to state house candidates, see who is set to appear on the ballot in York County during the May 15 primary election.Elections