Only in York County readers talk about Mac’s Hardware, a former trucking company and more.
The Nov. 12, 2017, edition of Ask Joan seeks information on Dick’s Dam near New Oxford, Adams County, the former businesses at what is now The Cove on South George Street, and L&H 5 and 10 memories.
In this edition of Ask Joan, Only in York County readers talk about Happy Johnny’s Gang, Tales From the Tomb, staying at the Haines Shoe House, Chantiles Parking Lot, Willow Beach Park in Hanover and more.
An Only in York County reader shares memories of the former Avalong Dairy Bar in Springettsbury Township, and other readers follow up on questions about former Hanover businesses.
Last week, I mentioned that I was getting ready to share some reader memories veering into different areas of the couty, and this week’s journey takes us to Hanover and other places in southwestern York County. I hope you’ll both check out earlier comments on this topic (which I’ll include links
Longtime reader and source of neat York County information Jo Ott shared something with me several years ago that I just found in my files today and wanted to publish. It’s about the cabinets above, which were seen and photographed by Jo in a home outside Gettysburg. When she originally
The July 24, 2012, edition of Ask Joan follows up on mountain oil tonic and Coastal Tank Lines, and looks for info on a large house overlooking the Susquehanna River, visible from Lancaster County.
At the 2012 Book Nook Bonanza, Joan Concilio and her husband found a 1973 promotional calendar from B.W. Moul & Son, General Builders, of Hanover.
Today’s letter comes from William “Bill” Unger of Shrewsbury, who wrote to me earlier this month with some memories of various drive-ins around York County. Bill writes, “In 1955 I was a student at Susquehannock High School, in the 10th grade, I had a part time job @ $14.00/week, bought