Several York County police departments have events planned Tuesday, Aug. 1, for "National Night Out," an effort to strengthen relations between law-enforcement officers and the residents they serve. The events below are open to the people in the municipalities that the departments serve:• Carroll Township Police will hold their event from 5 to 9 p.m. at Logan Park on Logan Road.
About two dozen people showed up to the Union Fire Co. building in Manchester Monday night to share public comment regarding Brunner Island's permit renewal to discharge waste into local waterways. The updated permit is an extension of one issued a decade ago, and environmental boosters say additional oversight is overdue. Among those in attendance were York City resident Lettice Brown.
A Manchester Township man was sentenced to six to 12 years in prison Thursday after pleading guilty to charges stemming from a drive-by shooting last year, according to online court records. York City Police said 60-year-old Charles Lindbergh Brown and his 24-year-old daughter, Amber Nicholle Penn, both of 2525 Pampas Drive, were behind a March 24, 2016 drive-by shooting in York City that left a woman with a gunshot wound to her torso.
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Selecting a term
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