Readers of Only in York County recall the little Isetta car, with its door in the nose and its close-set back wheels.
What does it mean to be a York Countian? Or, to put it another way, what is it that keeps you here? Joan Concilio’s Only in York County project seeks to answer that question.
I apologize for the lack of recent posts, everyone! I’m in the middle of a project for the YDR that’s taking 100% of my working hours and then some, but I’m trying to find a few minutes here and there on my own to share what I can. Today, just
Joan Concilio is seeking details on York County’s connection to an outbreak of the deadly Lassa Fever virus in 1969-1970, in which a man visiting the area died at York Hospital.
Joan Concilio recently found what might be a collectible stamp featuring James Smith’s gravestone in York in a packet of ephemera from across the United States.
Quite some time ago, I received this fun missive from longtime reader Jo Ott. Jo was at the York County History Center last year, doing some research on a one-room school in the Dover area. She relates, “The Trust has a huge file on one-room schools in York County and