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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
Skip the con con and reform government from the ground up

If you believe in reforming New York government - and just about any sane and intelligent person who lives in this state does - you can have your cake and eat it, too. This November, New York has an automatic ballot question asking whether to call a constitutional convention.

Helen Thackston Charter School to close by end of 2018-19 school year

The governing boards for the School District of the City of York and the Helen Thackston Charter School have come to an agreement that ensures the charter school's permanent closure. However, if the charter school fails to complete and approve financial audits from 2014 to 2017 by the deadlines agreed upon, it will close on June 30, 2018 instead.

York City Human Relations Commission to host towna

After settling into their new West York digs over the past two months, the York City Human Relations Commission and West York Borough Council will host a town hall meeting Monday, Oct. 23, about the commission's role and responsibilities. York City Human Relations Commission to host town hall in West York After settling into their new West York digs over the past two months, the York City Human Relations Commission and West York Borough Council will host a town hall meeting Monday, Oct. 23, about the commission's role and responsibilities.

T-shirts with #Justice4Sunny made to honor Yorka

Anonymous tipsters can call Crime Stoppers at 717-755-TIPS or York City Police at 717-846-1234. Also, anonymous texts to Yorktips at 847411.

This gold leaf-sprinkled bagel with white truffle-infused

We know New York is expensive, but $1,000 for a bagel? A New York City hotel has transformed the chewy and crispy circle of dough into a $1,000 extravaganza. Check out this story on ydr.com: https://usat.ly/2yy0VP6 Nowhere is the bagel more ubiquitous than New York City, so what's an unschooled tourist to do when sorting out shops, spreads and sandwiches From a modest East European bakery item, the chewy and crispy circle of dough at the center of many a brunch has now been transformed into a $1,000 extravaganza.

1800s horse stable now a trendy York space

A York loft home - rehabbed in 1983 by Duncan Schmidt, the guy who created in Zakie's - fits right into the large-scale downtown revitalization. 1800s horse stable, restored into loft home, now a trendy York space A York loft home - rehabbed in 1983 by Duncan Schmidt, the guy who created in Zakie's - fits right into the large-scale downtown revitalization.

Hanover landlord gets house arrest fora

A Hanover landlord who tampered with a witness has avoided federal prison time, but must spend five months on house arrest. Hanover landlord gets house arrest for witness-tampering A Hanover landlord who tampered with a witness has avoided federal prison time, but must spend five months on house arrest.

York County Commissioners trying to renegotiatea

York County commissioners are trying to renegotiate a prison phone contract to receive lower call rates for prisoners and their families. York County Commissioners trying to renegotiate prison phone contract York County commissioners are trying to renegotiate a prison phone contract to receive lower call rates for prisoners and their families.

Watch this stunning meteor shower from youra

Watch this stunning meteor shower from your Pennsylvania backyard The Orionid meteor shower is expected to hit peak viewing time this weekend. Check out this story on ydr.com: http://www.ydr.com/story/news/2017/10/18/watch-stunning-meteor-shower-your-pennsylvania-backyard/777200001/ Matthew Lessner of East Hopewell Township shot this video of a fireball while on a fishing trip at the mouth of the Susquehanna River.

Have you seen these lost dogs?

Have you seen these lost dogs? Their central Pa. owners need your help to be reunited Their owners dearly miss them, but the team at Find Toby is far from giving up.

Former York Fire Chief Thomas E. Landis Jr. dies at age 86

Born in York on August 6, 1931, Landis served as a firefighter in the Department from 1957 to 1974, as assistant chief from 1974-1978, deputy chief from 1978-1995, and Chief of the Department from 1995 until his retirement in 1998. After retirement, Landis spent 12 years working as a housing code inspector for York Township.

York artists say college wrong to restrict exhibit

Arts community says York College wrong to limit access to Klan robes, racism exhibit While jarring and intimidating, the exhibit created a chance to discuss the controversies of racism. Check out this story on ydr.com: http://www.ydr.com/story/news/2017/10/18/arts-community-says-york-college-wrong-limit-access-klan-robes-racism-exhibit-gallery/757124001/ Baltimore artist, Paul Rucker, is on a mission to prod and provoke the mind, body, spirit and conscience of this ethnically embattled world.

Amtrak and Intersection Partner to Bring Digital Screens to Amtraka s New York City Penn Station

Amtrak and Intersection have partnered to bring digital innovation to New York City's Pennsylvania Station. Intersection recently installed twelve 65-inch digital displays, marking Amtrak's first digital expansion into the concourse of New York Penn Station.

PHOTOS: Eastern York fifth graders paddle witha

Fifth grade students from Eastern York school district take part in the Wilderness Inquiry Canoemobile event on the Susquehanna River, Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017. John A. Pavoncello photo PHOTOS: Eastern York fifth graders paddle with Canoemobile Fifth grade students from Eastern York school district take part in the Wilderness Inquiry Canoemobile event on the Susquehanna River, Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017.

Oils & water mix for Mount Wolf artist Roberta

A number of his works focus on the Susquehanna River and the Codorus Creek - and where the two waterways meet near his home. Oils & water mix for Mount Wolf artist Robert Buchanan A number of his works focus on the Susquehanna River and the Codorus Creek - and where the two waterways meet near his home.

PHOTOS: Vigil for shooting victim

Judy Aponte, left, and her daughter Cierrah Aponte sign a board during a vigil for Exxon employee Aditya Anand, who was shot and killed while working Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017. Bill Kalina photo PHOTOS: Vigil for shooting victim Judy Aponte, left, and her daughter Cierrah Aponte sign a board during a vigil for Exxon employee Aditya Anand, who was shot and killed while working Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017.

Child pornography charges against York man held for court

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