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Located in South Central Pennsylvania, York was founded in 1741 by settlers from the Philadelphia region, and named for the English city of the same name. By 1777, most of the area residents were of either German or Scotch-Irish descent. During the American Revolutionary War (1775â€“1783), York served as the temporary capital of the Continental Congress. The Articles of Confederation were drafted and adopted in York.
Local Newspapers: The York Dispatch
Local Sports Teams: York Revolution (ALPB baseball)
Local Colleges: York College of Pennsylvania
Zip Codes associated with york, pennsylvania:
17315 17402 17403 17404 17406 17407
Towns/Cities near york, pennsylvania : Grantley Shiloh Weigelstown Emigsvile Valley View Manchester Columbia Red Lion
Entertaining the Yorkers: Extra Billy Smith's Sunday parade
More than 11,000 Confederate soldiers passed through York County, Pennsylvania, in the last days of June 1863 during the Gettysburg Campaign. Days later, most of the men, other than 100 or so deserters picked up locally by Federal authorities, fought at the battle of Gettysburg.Rutter's Dairy Donates $3,200 to Make-A-Wish
As part of its ongoing charitable efforts, Rutter's Dairy recently donated $3,200 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Greater Pennsylvania & Southern West Virginia chapter's York, Pa., regional office, the dairy and convenience retailing company said. The donation will help the foundation grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.YWCA York settles suit over alleged assault
The terms of the settlement are confidential. As part of the agreement, YWCA York, in part, agreed to pay about $19,345 in attorney's fees and costs, according to court documents.Yoga and beer? Collusion Tap Works combines thea
Who says beer and exercise don't mix? On Dec. 14, Collusion Tap Works brought beer and yoga together for its second "Poses and Pints" event. The class was taught by Jenna Ritter, an Evolution Power Yoga instructor, in Collusion's brewing area.AG tosses Helfrich's mayoral eligibility back toa
Supporters at the Holy Hound Taproom embrace Michael Helfrich following his victory for York city mayor over C. Kim Bracey on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017. Michael Helfrich's ability to serve as York's next mayor will be reviewed by York County District Attorney-Elect Dave Sunday when he is sworn in next month.Tech companies, government officials and others vow to fight for net neutrality
Although the FCC just voted to kill Net Neutrality regulations initially put in place back in 2015, the fight is far from over. The 3-2 vote to dismantle Title II internet protections has faced heavy criticism from tech companies and government officials alike, with many calling on congress to overturn the FCC's decision.Man dies after Hopewell Twp. crash
The coroner's office said the man's vehicle left the road in the area of the 19000 block of Barrens Road South at about 1:45 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12. The vehicle left the road and ended up in a field with minimal damage, the coroner's office said. The airbags were not deployed.Derek Ferguson Joins Robin Hood as Chief Operating Officer
Robin Hood, New York's largest poverty-fighting organization, announced today that Derek Ferguson will become its chief operating officer. Most recently, Ferguson was chief operating officer of Revolt Media & TV.Credit card skimming legislation passes in thea
Take care when using an ATM. Eight people have been charged with using Card-skimming devices on ATMs in York County.a oeDeath spiralsa : Experts say a quarter of all American malls will close in five years
As Macy's, JCPenney, Sears and other major department stores close their doors, the malls that housed those stores are facing a serious crisis. That's because when so-called anchor tenants leave a mall, it opens the door for other stores to break their leases or negotiate much cheaper rent.West York rape victim's protection orders reveala
The orders reveal new details, including that the three Central York High students allegedly pinned the victim down as they raped her at gunpoint. West York police detective Michael Mendez, talks about the three teens charged with raping a 14-year-old girl they lured from the York Fair on Sept.Tale of Slaymaker's Ghost told at Unraveling York County History
It was good to see many of you at the York Daily Record's Unraveling York County History event last week. For those of you who didn't make it, the theme this year was "Weird York."Wolf plans to veto abortion bill passed Tuesday
House on Tuesday voted to send bill limiting abortions to the first 20 weeks of pregnancy to Gov. Tom Wolf, who repeated his threat to veto it. HARRISBURG - The state House on Tuesday voted after an impassioned debate to send a bill limiting abortions to the first 20 weeks of pregnancy to Gov. Tom Wolf, who immediately repeated his threat to veto it.York granted $1 million to clean up neighborhood eyesore
The people who live in one York neighborhood say what the city will do with that money is long overdue. It doesn't look like much now, but eventually some people may be calling the site of the demolished factory, home.York gang member sentenced to life in prison
The United States Attorney's Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced today that a member of a gang that has operated for a decade or more in the City of York was sentenced to life in prison for racketeering and drug distribution conspiracies. According to United States Attorney David J. Freed, U.S. District Court Judge Yvette Kane imposed a sentence of life in prison on Douglas Kelly, a/k/a "Killer," age 39, who was identified as a member of the "Southside" street gang as well as a member of the Bloods.Suspected overdose death leads to five York Co. drug arrests
Law enforcement officials seized heroin, cocaine, and thousands of dollars during a drug investigation on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. Photo courtesy the York County District Attorney's Office.Man to serve 40 years - "life for murder at age 15
Scott Davis, now 52, of Springettsbury Township, was resentenced on Dec. 7 in the York County Court of Common Pleas, according to court records. Scott Davis, now 52, of Springettsbury Township, was resentenced on Dec. 7, according to court records.
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