Five bloggers who focus on York County history were honored by Preservation Pennsylvania.
Ever hear of a Digital Bookmobile? The YDR’s NewsVroom headed out to the Dover Area Community Library to check it out on Monday. Visit @YorkLibraries Bookmobile today at Dover Library. @ydrcom@NoSweatYork@Ydrbooks will be there, too! pic.twitter.com/pA7grKW6fi — Buffy Andrews (@Buffyandrews) August 17, 2015 Turns out the Digital Bookmobile is a
Hey, FlipSiders! We have some news for you! We were getting a little tired of our old newsletter, so on Friday, we launched a brand new design with a fresh look at what’s going on in the York County area every weekend. We’ll give you the best of Southcentral Pa.
Joan Concilio’s ‘Only in York County’ is one of five blogs that part of a Yorkblog.com suite of York County, Pa., history bloggers. I love the description of her blog: ‘My name is Joan and I’m a lifelong Yorker. Throughout high school and college, I swore I was getting out of here as soon as possible. Now, a few years later, I can’t think of anywhere I’d rather be. I love my town. And, as a local editor, I hear every day how much you love your towns, too. So please, connect with me and let’s share what makes life in York County great. I’m here to help you enjoy this place as much as I do!’
April Trotter has been named to Editor & Publisher’s 25 under 35 list. E & P said of the award: ‘Our nomination form for this year’s 25 Under 35 feature asked for “people who are young, bright, and capable of tackling whatever the changing newspaper climate throws at them. People with business acumen to lead through trying times and vision to implement bold, new strategies to move their newspapers forward.”
Since we started working together, the York County Sheriff’s Office has arrested more than 1,000 defendants and served more than 1,800 warrants. Hundreds of those wanted have appeared on the Daily Record/Sunday News Most Wanted page and on its Pinterest account.
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