Kenneth J. Zaveckas has been a tireless researcher about three men who died in the
Linda Bean’s is moving her late husband’s vision forward so stories about the bravery of Jim Imperato and others are available for future generation
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.
The front porch of Union Lutheran in York’s west end, for one, awaited the hundreds of factory and office workers and bosses from York Corporation and the other nearby factories, scores with loved one fighting on the beaches of France that day or scheduled for future waves.
Check out this neat, unrelated stuff about York County history from all over, including a new book on Gen. Jacob L. Devers and a mystery statue.
These barn photos are part of a recent picture release from Yale University of Library of Congress photos from the 1930s and 1940s. They were commissioned by the Farm Security Administration-Office of War Information.
Check out this neat, unrelated stuff about York, Pa., including Jacob Devers and Ike Eisenhower, and reuse for Met-Ed’s old steam plant.