A wonderful pamphlet detailing those buried in the churchyard of First Presbyterian on East Market Street led to an unexpected York County connection.
A reader who shared old newspaper clippings of recipes and ads sent Joan Concilio on a hunt for more information about former columnists and made her feel like, well, maybe there really is nothing new in local journalism!
Only in York County readers seek information about downtown York Christmas decorations, and share a Christmas gift from a previous year featuring the former Green Hedge Service Station in Dover.
Reader Tom Whitcraft shared a booklet from the 1981 Tracy’s Family Folk Festival, which contained information about his father and aunt, well-known local singers who performed as “Frank and Mary.”
Only in York County readers share their memories of a longtime area hairdresser, share some memorabilia and ask about phone changes in the county.
An unnamed reader recalled former downtown businesses along East Market Street, including a newsstand, a theater, a sporting goods store, a popular club, some service stations and more!
Only in York County readers wonder about the name origins of such places as Canal Road, Cousler Park and Battle Hill Road, and wonder why an unusual name appears on a borough map.
One reader shared a very cool brochure from the former Playland roller skating rink in York County, Pa., and other readers recall skating there and elsewhere.