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Located in South Central Pennsylvania, York was founded in 1741 by settlers from the Philadelphia region, and named for the English city of the same name. By 1777, most of the area residents were of either German or Scotch-Irish descent. During the American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), York served as the temporary capital of the Continental Congress. The Articles of Confederation were drafted and adopted in York.

Population: 40862
Local Newspapers: The York Dispatch
Local Sports Teams: York Revolution (ALPB baseball)
Local Colleges: York College of Pennsylvania

Zip Codes associated with york, pennsylvania: 17315 17402 17403 17404 17406 17407
Towns/Cities near york, pennsylvania : Grantley Shiloh Weigelstown Emigsvile Valley View Manchester Columbia Red Lion

York News
Read all of Amy Gunzelman's Women's March speech

As the #MeToo campaign continues to grow, well-known women in the York community join their voices and share their stories. Spring Grove senior, school newspaper editor and feminist Amy Gunzelman has been tapped by the Philly Women's March to speak on "Resist, Persist, Rise Up" on Jan. 21. The past two years have been a struggle for me, and I know it has been a struggle for so many of you.

Book features legendary Gettysburg relics collection

J. Howard Wert, a native of Gettysburg and a scout during the 1863 Gettysburg Campaign, came from a well-connected... J. Howard Wert, a native of Gettysburg and a scout during the 1863 Gettysburg Campaign, came from a well-connected German-American family which had a deep connection to the early history of the United States. Family members fought in the French & Indian War, the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, and the Civil War.

Economic inequality: The worst states for Hispanics and Latinos

1. Massachusetts: By a number of socioeconomic measures -- poverty, income, educational attainment, unemployment, and incarceration -- Massachusetts has the worst inequality between its white and Hispanic residents of any state. While the typical white household in Massachusetts earns $82,029 a year -- the fifth most of any state -- the median income for Hispanic households is just $39,742.

North George Street in Manchester Twp. to closea

A stretch of North George Street in Manchester Township will be closed for a few hours Saturday morning for a police investigation, according to the state Department of Transportation. The road will be closed between Lightner Road and Route 30 between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m., the release states.

PennDOT working to repair severe potholes on I-83 South in York

Road crews will immediately begin work to repair a stretch of Interstate 83 South between Exits 19 and 16, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. According to PennDOT, the road has been damaged by potholes caused by the season's fluctuating temperatures and constant freezing and thawing of ice on the road surface.

Another Camp Hill official charged with DUI

Camp Hill's borough manager is facing DUI charges after a Dec. 30 traffic stop, marking the second time a Camp Hill official has been charged with DUI since November. That's according to reports from PennLive , which say Patrick Dennis, the borough's manager, and Douglas Hockenberry, the now former Camp Hill Police Chief, have both been charged with DUI.

Providers: Statewide emergency declaration can help improve services...

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf this week sent a letter to President Donald Trump requesting additional federal funds to combat the state's ongoing opioid abuse emergency, noting that it has taken the lives of more than 4,600 Pennsylvanians in the past year. According to a report released by the DEA last year, between 2015 and 2016, the number of overdose deaths in the state of Pennsylvania rose by of 37 percent.

FILE - In this June 17, 2015 file photo, medical marijuana

New York will study whether it's plausible to legalize marijuana for recreational use as neighboring states move ahead with it. The number of Americans who are in favor of legalizing marijuana continues to increase.


Susan Roller of Camp Hill, center, and other Indivisible York members rally outside Congressman Scott Perry's York office Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. The group held an "early retirement" party for Perry and called for his resignation based on his vote in favor of the Republican tax overhaul bill, among other issues.

Set up 2018 for financial wellness success

No Sweat York is moving to York City this winter. The program is offering a winter series beginning Jan. 2 at Voni Grimes Gym.

West York man convicted of attempted first-degreea

A York County jury has convicted a West York man of attempted murder for stabbing a man - an attack the trial prosecutor described as an evisceration. A York County jury has convicted a West York man of attempted murder for stabbing a man - an attack the trial prosecutor described as an evisceration.

Harrisburg police shooting: What we know now

A U.S. Marshal was killed and two police officers were wounded while serving a warrant in Harrisburg on Thursday. A U.S. Marshal was shot and killed, and a York City Police officer was wounded while serving a warrant Thursday in Harrisburg.

NYC terror suspect offers to plead guilty to avoid death penalty, attorneys say

Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, 29, is charged with killing eight people and injuring a dozen others by driving a pickup truck down a bicycle path near the World Trade Center on Halloween. Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, 29, is charged with killing eight people and injuring a dozen others by driving a pickup truck down a bicycle path near the World Trade Center on Halloween.

Wolfgang Candy announces name change

YORK COUNTY, Pa.- Wolfgang Candy, one of the longest-running confection companies in America, has unveiled their new name of Wolfgang Confectioners. This rebranding marks the end of 97 years as a B2C company.

University of Alabama student expelled after racist Instagram rants surface

Barber told the New York Post she feels bad and is so sorry. She confirmed to the Post that she had been expelled from the University of Alabama and is heading home to New Jersey.

New York sues Trump administration over smog rules

New York is pushing the administration of President Donald Trump to make five other predominantly coal-burning states reduce air pollution that is forming smog in New York. Both Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman on Wednesday filed a complaint with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for allegedly failing to enforce the federal Clean Air Act.

Urban policy expert lauds York Academy, urgesa

York Academy is performing so well that an urban policy expert is warning that its biggest potential problem is "too much of a good thing." Renowned urban scholar and policy expert David Tusk presents his analysis of York Academy's progress, Wednesday, January 17, 2018.

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