Aug. 19 marks the 265th anniversary of the original York County courthouse’s groundbreaking and the 270th anniversary of York County, the fifth of 67 counties formed in Pennsylvania and the first west of the Susquehanna River
Motorists are greeted with weedy, gravelly traffic islands near the Interstate 83/North George interchange. But there are other uninviting sights as well.
You’ll see these four teens around the Red Lion museum, interacting with visitors and operating the extensive model railroad platform at the rear of the old Ma & Pa Railroad Station.
Turner Big Screen Classics is bringing back the film for 30th-anniversary showings, and it will be screened at selected theaters in Central Pennsylvania on July 21 and July 24.
On July 4, Independence Day, America declared it was no longer under the tyranny of British rule. Signers of the Declaration of Independence immediately gained a spot on the most-wanted list.
In the 50-year period from about 1875 to 1925, John A. Dempwolf’s firm drafted York County’s skyline and produced a legion of associates who started their own firms to also design points on the county’s horizon.