April of 1921 featured the opening of the Stony Brook Garage by Strickler brothers Paul and Stuart along the Lincoln Highway in York County.
A Stephen H. Smith talk on early New Freedom area schools will be given from the gazebo in Freedom Green Community Park on Thursday June 11th 2020.
The reason for the1921 closing of Center Square Schoolhouse in Manchester Township had an impact on the closing of nearly 100 York County one-room schools prior to School District consolidation.
York Corporation employee Robert W. Zercher became a Ball Turret Gunner during WWII in which a downed B-17 bomber led to his tragic murder by the Nazi SS.
Penn State Spring Commencement was same day broadcast on Public Television for the many in Central Pennsylvania who could not attend in 1972 due to Hurricane Agnes.
A query from Katie Evans resulted in a flurry of e-mails leading to submission of historic photos of the North Pole Drive-In and The FLORIDA ROOM in Springettsbury Township.
The father of Presidential candidate Joe Biden had a prominent role in a York Little Theatre production featuring feuding women conspiring to become First Lady.
The schoolhouses of Strinestown explain one aspect of the onset of the 1920s decline in the number of York County one-room schoolhouses; which peaked at 354 during 1920.