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  • Student suspended for asking Miss America to prom

    Student suspended for asking Miss America to prom
    Instead of a fantasy date, a high-school senior got suspended for three and a half days for asking Miss America Nina Davuluri to prom when she hosted a question-and-answer session at his Pennsylvania school, reports time.com.  Patrick Farves, a senior...
  • Krolus awarded at York

    Seth Krolus, of Westminster, a senior nursing major at York College of Pennsylvania, received an award during the college's recent Student Recognition Ceremony. Krolus earned the Bruce B. Smith Biology Seminar Award, given to the students who present...
  • Daily Press editor's life as award-winning novelist

    Daily Press editor's life as award-winning novelist
    Felicia Mason of York County lives a dual life. Some people recognize her as one of the faces of the Daily Press Feedback column. She also oversees the Good Life section of the newspaper. But in her spare time, Mason is a motivational speaker and...
  • Susan Abrams, The CEO of tolerance

    Susan Abrams, The CEO of tolerance
    Two weeks ago, a white supremacist opened fire outside of the Jewish Community Center and at an assisted living facility in Overland Park, Kan. He is charged with murdering three people. After his arrest, he yelled "Heil Hitler" from inside a squad car....
  • Newport News faith-based aid organization hopes new name brings more visibility

    Newport News faith-based aid organization hopes new name brings more visibility
    NEWPORT NEWS — THRIVE Peninsula has been around for more than 40 years, but it's also brand new. The faith-based nonprofit aid organization was formerly known as Denbigh United Christian Outreach. It is a collaboration between local churches and...
  • Technology could help avoid risky police chases

    Technology could help avoid risky police chases
    Somehow, criminal minds being what they are, there might not be an entirely favorable result if the message is disseminated that the police will no longer try to catch crooks who are running away. On Sunday, a big story on The Morning Call's front...
  • Why don't the brave KKK members rally in Allentown?

     Why don't the brave KKK members rally in Allentown?
    There was a startling news item this week from Fairview Township, northern York County, where a gallant "neighborhood watch" has come to the rescue of the residents of Ridge Road. I was startled because I once lived near Ridge Road in that township. I...
  • Where are all the opioids coming from?

     
    As Pennsylvania and other states wrestle with the scourge of opioid drug abuse, a question often posed is: What are the sources of all those painkillers? A new study sheds an interesting light on the answer. A new Workers Compensation Research Institute...
  • Revolution Museum funding comes largely from Indians in New York; Ben Franklin would understand

    Revolution Museum funding comes largely from Indians in New York; Ben Franklin would understand
    There's something about the funding for the Museum of the American Revolution that might make you do a double-take. The $118 million (some reports say $150 million) museum will be built in Philadelphia, fittingly, and more than $100 million already...
  • Electric rate fiasco should compel politicians to look at deregulation's dismal results

    Electric rate fiasco should compel politicians to look at deregulation's dismal results
    Turn around and look rearward, Sen. Mensch. Cooking up razzle-dazzle schemes aimed at future "deregulation" of the electric power industry has hurt Pennsylvania consumers enough. On Tuesday, state Sen. Bob Mensch, R-Montgomery, author of last October'...
  • Childrens' consignment shop moves

    Childrens' consignment shop moves
    The children’s consignment store Twice Upon A Time has moved to a new location. The store is now at 5336 George Washington Memorial Highway, York County. On the second Wednesday every month, the store will host a special story time with a...
  • Poll: Most Pennsylvanians surveyed expect Corbett to lose

    Poll: Most Pennsylvanians surveyed expect Corbett to lose
    Gov. Tom Corbett has his re-election work cut out for him because just three out of every 10 people surveyed said they had a favorable view of the incumbent, according to Robert Morris University Polling Institute. The online survey was released...