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A uniformly silly Pa. state police controversy (YDR opinion)
03/26/2015 08:21 AM EDT
Of all of the petty and silly faux controversies that have beset our state capital, the fuss over state police Commissioner Marcus Brown for wearing a uniform has to be the most ridiculous. Full Story
Recap: York College President Pamela Gunter-Smith talks to YDR editorial board
03/25/2015 04:57 PM EDT - On Wednesday afternoon, York College President Pamela Gunter-Smith talked to the York Daily Record editorial board about plans for the future of the school. Full Story
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York County's Brook Leaf Tree House: 'As kids, we all thought that was SO romantic
Before there was the Haines Shoe House, there was Brook Leaf Love Nest. The Shoe House, now open as a bakery/ice cream shop under new management, followed the Love Nest as a honeymoon spot in York County, Pa. Full Story
(Mike Argento — Daily Record/Sunday News)
Mike Argento: A lifetime of collecting, one penny at a time
Matt Sheffer of West Manchester Township is always on the lookout for rare wheat pennies. Full Story
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