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News budget for March 14

Check out what’s on tap for today’s website and tomorrow’s paper.

A couple of big stories are happening: Wolfgang Candy filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and an informational meeting on a proposed gas pipeline that would go through York County is tonight.

Questions or comments on those stories or others are welcomed.

WEDNESDAY

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FRONT PAGE
SLUG: UNSLUGGED — Wolfgang Candy files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Court filings say that, without an emergency order from the court giving it access to some cash, it wouldn’t have been able to pay its employees on Friday. (Wislock)
Art: new
Breakouts: how many
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

MAIN ART: SLUG: UNSLUGGED — Getting ready for the St. Patrick’s Day parade in York. Seems they are struggling with — of all things — a helium shortage this year. What’s going on? (Opilo)
Art: New
Breakouts: refer to FlipSide’s coverage
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

SLUG: UNSLUGGED — A York law firm holds an informational meeting tonight regarding a proposed project that would stretch a natural gas pipeline through southern York County, ending at a compressor station in Peach Bottom Township. (Boeckel)
Breakouts: how many
Graphics: map showing all the pipelines running through York County?
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

LOCAL
SLUG: UNSLUGGED — Marine’s dogs located in Airville, to be returned. (Czech)
Art: New
Breakouts: how many
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

MAIN ART: SLUG: MOM03XX — Local woman was recently whisked to NYC for a makeover. (Ashley May) ¬†FILED
Art: New, one by Paul
Breakouts: how many
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

alt story form: SLUG: UNSLUGGED — Several York County residents went to Uganda a few years ago into an area that had been, as one man put it, “devastated by Kony.” We’ll talk to them for a nonpolitical perspective on the viral video and on what they saw when they were there. (Landauer)
Art: submitted art
Breakouts: how many
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

SLUG: UNSLUGGED — York City School Board has committee meetings at 6 p.m. (Mason)
Breakouts: how many
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

SLUG ELEC0301 — 6–8– York County expects to save $138,000 a year by switching electricity providers for all county buildings. The market is down right now and deregulation may have helped, too. County officials hope to look at possible natural gas savings next.
Breakouts: Commissioners also approved spending about $17,000 on flags for the Veterans Affairs Department. They go on graveyards.
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

Meetings: South Western SD (ES); Shrewsbury Township (Krebs)

INSIDE LOCAL  (160 inches, classover?)

LBLOG0313 — 32 — from the local blogs. EDITED

IBRIEFS0315 — inside local briefs

MONEY & MORE
SLUG: UNSLUGGED — Cheddar’s overcharging to alcohol (Wislock)
Art: New, file, mug, submitted
Breakouts: how many
Graphics: Map, timeline, flowchart
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

SPORTS

—- Centerpiece: NCAA men’s basketball first round: Lamar vs. Vermont & Four McGlynn, 6:40 p.m. (Wire) w/wire art

—- UNSLUGGED: Slug #1 from the PIAA swimming and diving championships at Bucknell. (Steve Navaroli)

—- UNSLUGGED: Slug #2 from the PIAA swimming and diving championships at Bucknell. (Steve Navaroli)

—- AX0315: Two college items. (Staff)

—- UNSLUGGED: College spotlight column. (Bill Arsenault)

—- Local dirt-track racing column. (ES-Chuck Curley)

LIVING
MAIN ART: SHILOH0315 — The Rev. Jasmin Sculark has not held back since she took the reins at Shiloh Baptist Church in York. She’s forged ahead with her plans to make changes, even if that’s sparked some congregants to file a lawsuit and leave the church. (Hilton)
Art: New

SLUG: Book tells love stories of American Muslim women (wire)

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