A 92-year-old drum taps his last notes at Sunday School services at Bethlehem United Methodist Church in Dallastown.
I wrote down some thoughts about what I hope to get out of a week in New York at the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma.
Many York Daily Record journalists will have limited access to the West Manchester Township headquarters today. They are allowed in by appointment only.* So you can follow them as they report, write, take photos, shoot video and drink coffee around York County. Use the #yorkmojo hashtag on Twitter to join the conversation.**
A bunch of people from the YDR staff marched in Sunday’s York Halloween Parade. It was fun. Here are some videos from the day. Part One At first, we waited. We were kind of cold. Part Two Then I wandered. Part Three Then we found our leader. We also found
Police reporter Ted Czech garnered 5,826 views on his Touts from the first week in September — No. 1 for all of Digital First Media Touts. What are his secrets of success?
Big thanks to the folks at Beshore and Koller Ford for their strong support of the NewsVroom. As NewsVroom enters its second year of service to York County, Beshore and Koller Ford has signed on as a proud sponsor of this special effort. The dealership at 4370 N. George St.
Are you planning to go to YorkFest on Aug. 24 and 25? Look for The NewsVroom van. We are parked near the rail trail and Market Street. We are the big bright van. You can’t miss us. Follow along with our live coverage below:
York,Pa., Daily Record/Sunday News photographer Jason Plotkin’s Gettysburg 150 photograph received more than 500 YDR Facebook likes. Here was the FB question: “Re-enactor Patrick McCarthy gets down on one knee as he asks his girlfriend Anna Jennings to marry him at the Gettysburg 150th celebration today. Wanna guess what she said?” This photo was part of the work produced by more than 40 Digital First Media journalists covering the Battle of Gettysburg’s 150th anniversary.
York, Pa., Daily Record/Sunday News graphic artist Samantha Dellinger won a DFMie for her design of this memorable front page, published upon the death of Penn State icon Joe Paterno. The NewsVroom also was a key part of an entry that won a DFMie for community engagement. One of the