Only in York County reader Scott shares him memories of Silo and Delco Plaza, former York County shopping centers.
Readers recall former stores in the Weigelstown and Mount Royal areas of Dover Township, including Hake’s (one of which is still open), Spangler’s and more.
Today’s weather was simply beautiful here, despite a VERY brief thunderstorm. I understand it was worse in some parts of the county, but we were very lucky. We headed outside in the late afternoon to the former Hawk Lake golf course, eventually to become the site of Memorial Hospital. It’s
The photo above arrived at the YDR offices a few weeks ago with a letter from Norma Jean Scott-Mitzel. I am not exaggerating in the slightest when I say this is truly the best Only in York County mail I’ve ever received – or am ever likely to receive. To
I LOVE spring, so it’s no surprise that we went to Kiwanis Lake today and down to the Susquehanna River yesterday to enjoy the beautiful weather. If it stays nice tomorrow, Sarah and I will likely head to my other favorite York County spot, Pinchot Park, for some afternoon adventures.
What: Early morning snow and the sun rising. Submitted by: LuAnn Scruggs of West Manchester Township Something interesting: Today’s reader photo continues my snow theme started in a photo earlier this week. Whether you like snow or not, it’s a great example of what LuAnn captioned “nature and beauty.” As
We’ve certainly talked before about The White Swan, which was at 4155 W. Market St., West Manchester Township, between the Route 616 turnoff and the Route 116 turnoff. There was this Oct. 6 post with memories from a former White Swan employee, this June 3 letter from “pen pal” Yvonne,