Only in York County readers shared their memories of the former L&H 5-and-10 in Dallastown and stories related to Harry Allaman and Allaman Maytag. Another reader is seeking info on the former M&H Pure Foods.
Only in York County readers seek information on a safe driving event, a set of benefit neighborhood block parties in York and southern York County phone company.
Local author Robert Breneman’s autobiography, first published in 2014, includes stories about well-known York Maytag dealer Harry Allaman.
Reader Tom Keasey of York Township shares his memories of the former Smith’s car lot – and go-cart track and miniature golf course – on Roosevelt Avenue in York.
This week’s column is a look at how some people in York County, Pa., are spreading kindness in tough times, plus some fun memories of the Del Cords and the Bar-B-Q Cottage.
Cornelius B. Landes, the great-grandfather of reader Helen Z. Loucks, owned and operated a downtown York hotel and livery stable from the 1890s to the early 1820s.
Only in York County reader Joe Gurreri shares memories of his family’s many auto-related businesses in York County, including his own Gurreri Motors, which is soon closing due to his retirement.
Only in York County readers share their memories of a bridge that’s more than 100 years old, the Dinky commuter train and McGurk’s service station.