The NewsVroom has been out and about in York County since August 2012. Here’s a recap/slideshow of our latest ventures.
NOTE: Tonight, I am giving a virtual tour of our newsroom to the Cub Scout pack that my friend’s son is in. We are doing this via Skype on iPad because the boys live in the Philadelphia area. The following is an email I wrote to my friend, who was
Mike Martin and Dr. Warren Evans say hexane that would be emitted by a proposed Perdue soybean plant will cause air pollution problems in York County and beyond.
Jane Conover, Tracy Daniels and Robert Woods of YorkCounts visited the York Daily Record editorial board to share the most recent update of the group’s community indicators report.
I have it on good authority that there has not been a proposal in the YDR newsroom in recent memory (or at least the memory of local historian and editor Jim McClure). But what do you do when two newspaper-loving people are in love, and one wants to pop the
Post by Jason Plotkin/Staff Photographer It was a wonderful experience today talking to high school students from all around York County about journalism for the annual Student Workshop here at the York Daily Record newsroom. As usual, Sports Editor Chris Otto does a tremendous job organizing this and we had
Join editors of the York Daily Record/Sunday News for the seminar How to Get it Published in the York Daily Record/Sunday News 6:30 pm. April 26. The free session is designed for those responsible for publicity at area clubs, teams, organizations, businesses and agencies. Editors will share how you can
This morning, business editor Cathy Hirko walked by reporters Sean Adkins and Ashley Wislock. She told Sean to grab his notepad and Ashley to grab her phone and start tweeting because there was going to be an announcement. Managing editor Randy Parker told photographer Jason Plotkin to get his camera,
[brightcove video=”1535112202001″ /] Members of our editorial board had an interesting conversation Wednesday with Allegheny College President James Mullen and YDR alumnus Tim Reeves – who you might recall as spokesman for former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge. Mr. Mullen was scheduled to be in the area and asked if he