The York, Pa., Daily Record/Sunday News meets the public in many ways. Here’s a new one. The YDR’s News & Brews event last week was akin to speed dating. Sources met with our journalists for a brief period, and then each journalist moved on to the next table to meet
The York Daily Record/Sunday News’ NewsVroom often rolls around York County or can be found engaging with folks at public events. Last week, a major Monday event at the York Daily Record/York Newspaper Co. required its presence in front of our 1891 Loucks Road plant. More about the big event
// My mom reading my grandpa some York Haven history out of the York Daily Record/Sunday News. Posted by Allison Witherow Given on Saturday, May 23, 2015 It’s a wonderful thing when our readers talk to us … . Here are a few more examples (If photos don’t appear on
The YDR kickball team killed it tonight. pic.twitter.com/ZL5KEYpH5z — No Sweat, York (@NoSweatYork) May 21, 2015 Caitlin Kerfin, organizer of kickball games for 1891 Loucks Road, assessed the first week: ‘We had an amazing time out on the YDR field for a friendly game of kickball. A few of us
Customers visiting the York, Pa., Daily Record/York Newspaper Co.’s Loucks Road facility meet receptionist Linda Gracey. They might not know she’s a fan of crafts, and after work hours, she leads a craft night for employees. The craft nights will continue in September. Linda Gracey is one of “The 3
Bam! @AbbeyZelko13 @ashleymaytweets @JamesMcClure @TasteOfPa pic.twitter.com/kfjV4FrgXj — flipsidepa (@flipsidepa) May 16, 2015 NewsVroom king Randy Parker called the York Daily Record/York Newspaper Co. space at Taste of Pennsylvania a ‘four-tenter.’ He believes it to be the largest NewsVroom event so far. And that’s over about 3 years. Check out another
All the cool kids vote in primaries! And those who vote can win a prize! .@ydrcom #yorkvote http://t.co/k4TTwiQmmr pic.twitter.com/RyfyD8ff5m — S.E. Fisher (@YDReditpage) May 12, 2015 Scott Fisher – that’s Scott above – is the organizer of a York Daily Record/Sunday News campaign to encourage York countians to vote
Gov. Tom Wolf has proposed big changes to Pennsylvania’s taxes. We wanted to help people understand them. So we created an interactive calculator for York County residents. Here’s a look at how we did it and some other things we could do in the future.