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York County (Pennsylvania)

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Top York County (Pennsylvania) Articles

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  • York County Florist Sees Boom In Valentine's Day Sales

    York County Florist Sees Boom In Valentine's Day Sales
    It's the earliest in the year; gas prices have gone above $3.50 a gallon. Tuesday, it was just over $3.60 across Central Pennsylvania, a 50 cent increase from last year. Around this time in 2011, gas prices averaged around $3.10 per gallon. For one...
  • DEP Fines Cumberland County Veterinary Hospital, York County Dentist for X-Ray Violations

    DEP Fines Cumberland County Veterinary Hospital, York County Dentist for X-Ray Violations
    The Department of Environmental Protection has fined two companies, Avian & Feline Hospital of Camp Hill, Cumberland County, and Bowser Dentistry LLC of York, York County, for violations of the Radiation Protection Act. "The Radiation Protection Act...
  • Wednesday, February 8, 2012

    Representative Seth Grove Discusses PA Budget Representative Seth Grove (196th Legislative District) joined Fox43 Morning News to talk about Governor Corbett's new state budget and how it affects Pennsylvanians' wallets as well as what programs face...
  • Job of the Day | Friday February 10, 2012

    Job of the Day | Friday February 10, 2012
    Ingersoll Rand in York County is looking for a Service Technician Job Description: Hiring entry level or experienced Compressed Air Systems Service Technician for Central Pennsylvania To apply: http://www.ingersollrandproducts.com/York
  • Another mild winter day expected; People enjoying the warm trend

    Another mild winter day expected; People enjoying the warm trend
    It's hard to beat the weather from yesterday but today is setting up to be another great day. Although it's February 1, it feels like more like April 1. We are really enjoying a mild winter to date. During the winter months so far, December was five...
  • Bad Habits: What Parents Can Do To Help

    Bad Habits: What Parents Can Do To Help
    Whether it's sucking on a pacifier or thumb too much, or even nail biting, children can easily pick up bad habits. Jaime Sullivan a mother of 6 children from Hanover says her children have gone through this phase. "In our house, we definitely have the...
  • Pa. kayaker still missing along Susquehanna

    Pa. kayaker still missing along Susquehanna
    Rescue personnel continue to search for a kayaker missing since late Saturday night on the Susquehanna River in York County, Pa., about six miles north of the Harford County border. Harford County rescuers had originally been called to help find the...
  • Megan's Law Violator Arrested in York County

    Megan's Law Violator Arrested in York County
    United States Marshals arrest a Megan's Law violator in Fairview Township, York County. 31 year old Gregory Colt, was convicted of Sexual Assault in 2009 in Arkansas. The conviction required Colt to register as a convicted sexual offender. In 2011, Colt...
  • Maryland man killed in Pa. plane crash

    A 56-year-old Maryland man was killed Sunday when a small plane crashed into a cornfield near York, Pa., York County authorities reported. The man, who has not been identified pending notification of his family, was the lone occupant of a Piper PA-28 180...
  • AG Candidate Freed Withholds Judgment On State's Handling of #Sandusky Case.

     
    HERSHEY _ The only Republican candidate for Attorney General reserved judgment on the handling of the Penn State sexual abuse investigation Friday, and said he'd step aside if forced to investigate a family member who formerly served as the chairman......
  • Upgraded TMI emergency warning sirens to be tested

    Upgraded TMI emergency warning sirens to be tested
    Exelon Nuclear will begin testing the new sirens that are being installed in the area around the Three Mile Island Generating Station on Monday, Jan. 30. The new sirens use stateof- the-art technology and are part of a comprehensive emergency preparedness...
  • Former Dallastown School Board Member Opposes Screening of Gay Film

    Former Dallastown School Board Member Opposes Screening of Gay Film
    On Wednesday - Out in the Silence, a film based on the struggle of gay life in Oil City, Pennsylvania was shown as part of Dallastown Area High School's anti-bullying week. The hour long documentary sponsored by the high school's Gay-Straight-...