Topics and positions for York Daily Record/Sunday News editorials are decided by the newspaper's editorial board.
Opinions of cartoonists, columnists and letter writers do not necessarily reflect the positions of the Daily Record/Sunday News.
Editorial board members are Sara Glines, publisher; James McClure, editor; Scott Fisher, editorial page editor; Samantha Dellinger, graphic artist; and Jessica Sprenkle, assistant sports editor.
Editorial: Property tax reform must be done properly
04/17/2014 01:45 PM EDT
The property tax reform movement is picking up steam in Harrisburg, as Senate Bill 76 gets increased attention. Full Story
Our take: York's Central Market a great place to be
04/16/2014 07:52 AM EDT - Enjoy all the wonderful businesses, attractions and events in our safe downtown York. Full Story
5 images explore Columbia-Wrightsville bridge, upstream and down
Six bridges have spanned the Susquehanna River between those two towns Full Story
Editorial: Looking in the pipeline on energy debate
One of the pipeline project s drawbacks, arguably its major one, is shared with the controversial Keystone project -- its benefits to the area covered by the pipeline are modest compared to potential risks. Full Story
Record Tracker explores open-records issues locally and beyond.
Ed Mahon weighs in on local politics.
Jim McClure's York Town Square examines our county's place in history.
Joan Concilio's Only in York County explores what makes York fun.
Fix York County helps you point out what York County roads and more need work.
Take a behind-the-scenes look inside the YDR.
PEOPLE WHO MATTER
This opera singer treated Paris commuters to a surprise performance
At times, opera singer Christophe Ménager likes to treat commuters in the Paris metro to a performance. In this comedic piece of opera, he clearly enjoys singing to passers-by. Full Story
'Bears': Survival is the bare necessity (review)
Wildlife documentary pros Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey follow their well-established format of anthropomorphizing animals with human names, motivations and emotions, while still providing educational information and visuals so stunning, you'll wonder how they were shot. Full Story