What we’re working on: Jan. 5
Here’s a look at our news budget for today online and for tomorrow’s paper.
Among the highlights: A York business mentioned on Jeopardy! and an explainer about York County’s new state legislative district and what’s unusual about it.
Questions/comments/suggestions? Give us a shout.
bonnet: Ebert’s rant on Living; Veterans Court on Local?
MAIN ART: SLUG: VAPING — E-cigarettes aren’t just those metal gizmos you buy at the grocery store. For some, “vaping” is a hobby, like the members of the White Rose Vaper’s Club, which meets monthly at Cobblestones. For others, its a business (like a salesman at Morningstar Market and a new business on South Duke Street in York). White Rose Vaper’s Club organizer Sharon Loures, herself a vaper of two years, talks about her experience, recipes for “e-liquid,” the gadgets she smokes out of (like converted flashlights), etc. (Landauer)
SLUG: UNSLUGGED — York’s Medical Antiques is subject of a ‘Jeopardy!’ question. So how did that come about? (Wilson)
MAIN ART: SLUG: UNSLUGGED — York County veterans treatment court plans unveiled. This has been Craig Trebilcock’s baby. (Lee)
SLUG: UNSLUGGED — fire in North Codorus Twp leaves three displaced. (Czech)
INSIDE LOCAL no jump; poss. classover
MONEY & MORE
GIANT0106 — Customers who shop Genuardi’s Family Markets in the Greater Philadelphia region shouldn’t be concerned about where they will buy their groceries. (biz)
—- AX0106: About 26 events on the schedule. (Staff)
—- Advancer for Hershey Bears’ outdoor AHL game in Philadelphia tomorrow night (Wire or Lebanon) w/box
—- UNSLUGGED: Remaining portion of the College Spotlight roundup. (Bill Arsenault) w/art
—- Roundups: College hoops, NBA, NHL
—- Pittsburgh Steelers story of the day leading to weekend playoff game. (Wire)
—- PSU/Sandusky updates, including Bill O’Brien interviewing for Penn State gig today. (Wires)