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Amendment could hurt York's tax base (YDR opinion) — York Daily Record editorial Updated: 01/30/2015 12:07:21 PM EST As early as May, voters in Pennsylvania could be asked to cast ballots on an amendment to the state Constitution that might sound innocuous. The proposed change would grant the state Legislature the authority to "establish uniform standards and qualifications" for public charities.
Jan 30, 2015

RT @YDReditpage: Amendment could hurt York's tax base (YDR opinion) - The York Daily Record…

Jan 30, 2015

Amendment could hurt York's tax base (YDR opinion) - The York Daily Record…

York NAACP appeals to Wolf on city schools — Organization asks governor for a new, more 'neutral' receiver By Gordon Rago @gragoYDR on Twitter Updated: 01/29/2015 11:39:57 PM EST Gov. Tom Wolf should expect to see a letter on his desk soon from York NAACP President Sandra Thompson, who is asking him to make two "immediate" changes to York City School District's ongoing financial recovery process.

Super Bowl also a big game for consumers and retailers — Before the Super Bowl, comes the supermarket. That's where Michelle Betz spent her lunch hour Friday, two days before the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots face off in Super Bowl XLIX, Betz, a New Cumberland resident and Baltimore Ravens fan, was at the Giant in Delco Plaza in West

LCBC Church adopts Adams Church, has plans for growth — Updated: 01/30/2015 03:20:54 PM EST Lives Changed By Christ Church shared with its congregants its vision for the future which included blanketing the state of Pennsylvania with over 100,000 church members in the next 15 years. Their goal is to have more people attend church than Penn State football.

York County under winter weather watch Sunday through Monday — Updated: 01/30/2015 03:47:57 PM EST Another snowstorm could swing through the region on Sunday and Monday. ( 3:45 p.m. update York County could see 6 inches or more of snow Sunday afternoon through Monday, according to the National Weather Service. There's also the potential for up to one-tenth of ice.

McCord will plead guilty in campaign finance case — Updated: 01/30/2015 04:33:09 PM EST HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania state Treasurer Rob McCord said Friday that he is resigning immediately and is planning to plead guilty to federal charges that involve him telling two potential campaign contributors during last year's gubernatorial primary that he could make it difficult for them to continue to do business with the state.

With gas prices down and fuel economy up, SUVs and trucks are making a comeback — Many car-buyers have forgotten about the reasons they bought more fuel-efficient models several years ago. Updated: 01/29/2015 07:47:43 PM EST January 2008: With the U.S. economy crippled by the 2007 subprime mortgage crisis, world stock markets plummeted amid fears of a U.S. recession.

Six now in the race for York County Commission — Byrnes Center founder joins GOP contest; Democrat sees interesting, competitive race ahead By Flint McColgan FlintMcColgan on Twitter Updated: 01/29/2015 11:38:56 PM EST On Wednesday, Susan Byrnes announced her candidacy for the York County Commission, joining three other Republican candidates and two Democratic candidates for the three-seat board.
Jan 30, 2015

And another Republican is getting criticized for switching her party affiliation ahead of primary: @FlintMcColgan

Jan 30, 2015

In York County commissioners' race, one Republican is getting criticized for saying he would vote for Wolf for guv:

Sen. Scott Wagner surprises with minimum-wage hike proposal (YDR opinion) — Updated: 01/28/2015 04:58:07 PM EST You gotta love state Sen. Scott Wagner's unpredictability. One minute, the Spring Garden Township Republican is going nuclear on unions by proposing a constitutional amendment to stop dues deductions from paychecks. The next, he's proposing a minimum wage increase. Seriously.
Jan 28, 2015

Sen. Scott Wagner surprises with minimum-wage hike proposal (YDR opinion) - The York Daily Record @WagnerforSenate…

81 years married: New Freedom man says aging is the hardest part — Four children, six grandkids and six great-grandkids later, Charles and Helen Stein are still side by side By Rebecca Hanlon For the Daily Record/Sunday News Updated: 01/28/2015 01:32:38 PM EST A memory that started 81 years ago still brings a spark to the eye of a 99-year-old New Freedom man.
Jan 28, 2015

Gosh! This couple have been married for 81 years. Kudos!… #aging #marriage

A taste of the British, Irish culture — Oxford Hall, in New Cumberland, found a niche providing a taste of British and Irish culture along with serving the faith communities of the Catholic and Anglican churches.

Do not tamper with Pa.'s shield law (editorial) — Digital First Media Pennsylvania Editorial Board Updated: 01/27/2015 02:24:05 PM EST Apparently, shooting the messenger is much more appealing to a statewide grand jury than actually investigating how the information was leaked in the first place.
Jan 31, 2015

RT @timelywriter: "We would like to inform the statewide investigating grand jury." An important editorial on the freedom of the press:

Jan 27, 2015

"We would like to inform the statewide investigating grand jury." An important editorial on the freedom of the press: