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Every day, readers consume the work of the York Daily Record/Sunday News across many platforms, each with its own advantages and peculiar needs. Next week, our media company launches new tools that will significantly improve your ability to read news across the spectrum of mobile, web, tablet and print.
York is the world’s biggest small town, Jim McClure has said more than once. So it was no surprise that a Facebook post would pop up from someone from York who was visiting someone in Roanoke, Va., recently in the national news, and who had run into a reminder of home.
FlipSidePA staff members were part of Foodstruck York, a food truck festival.
Every fall the Daily Record sports department gets a letter with rather unique contents: A $2 bill. A loyal out-of-state football fan requests that we send him a copy of the YAIAA football preview special section. And each year, he encloses his payment — a crisp $2 bill. Always a
Click here for more photos from this story. Friday night, FlipSidePA joined First Friday festivities in Lebanon by hosting a happy hour downtown with free food, discounted cocktails, live music and trivia. More than 120 people registered for the event at The Foundry Craft Grillery, located above the historic Lebanon
As YDR’s Fixing York coverage has grown over the past few months, the name has taken on many new lives. Fixing York is a vibrant Facebook community of people dedicated to bettering York City. It’s a series of solutions-focused articles on issues relevant to the city. It’s profiles of York’s
Audrey Noll, who delivers the York Daily Record/Sunday News in the City of York, received third place in the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Foundation Senior Carrier of the Year contest. District Manager Laura Matthews nominated the 75-year-old for the award. “She is there every day to do her paper,” Laura wrote
The American Heart Association presented the York Newspaper Company with a Fit-Friendly Worksite gold-level award Thursday. To earn the award, a workplace must apply and carry out wellness activities such as a company walking program, available healthy food options or gym access. What’s the next step for the York Newspaper
We have a feeling Escape Room Lancaster is busy this week, considering how many readers clicked on our FlipSidePA story about it last week. Page views exploded over Fourth of July weekend — the story is our most viewed of the year. More than 400 people shared it on Facebook, which accounted for