In the Civil War that women emerged visibly into the public square to aid in what was becoming a public health crisis.
The summer 1941 season of illness and quarantine left nine dead and crippled more than half of the other 90+ people who contracted the disease.
COVID-19 has the third-generation owner of Saubel’s, Greg Saubel joined by his wife Betti, working day and night to fulfill the needs of his community.
“The Quaker ideas of religious toleration and equality of all before God attracted immigrants from many lands … ,” “A History of Pennsylvania” states.
There are several reasons why York County can boast of so many beautiful churches
The York County religious scene in the 1850s probably was a complex and heated as anytime in its 270 years
One other point people miss about the Amish. The Amish emerged from the Mennonites rather than vice versa.
This York County man saw a need, and acted on it. “Informal urbanism” or “Do-it-yourself-urbanism” on display
York County’s Bob Mann decided explanatory signs were needed to preserve the memory of the two people slain in the race riots of 1969.
The Lady Linden’s story of greatness, decline and renewal to become the best example of restoration in a national publication should serve as inspiration to the city and its residents.
Gettysburg’s Pearl Harbor connection: York County’s Eugene Bubb, two others, buried in national cemetery
Kenneth J. Zaveckas has been a tireless researcher about three men who died in the