Latest York Daily Record Stories
By Melissa Nann Burke, York Daily Record, Pa. Aug. 7--The spire of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus rises from the corn rows as you drive north on Chapel Road over the south branch of Conewago Creek.
By Tom Joyce, York Daily Record, Pa. Aug. 4--You know that when the hospital gives you a gown, the end is in sight. Maybe it's because of the gowns that they call it the "I.C.U." They're kind of like health plans -- they never give you as much coverage as you'd like.
By Sean Adkins, York Daily Record, Pa. Aug. 2--Shipley Energy has received calls from its budget-payment customers "alarmed" by the increase in price for home heating oil compared to last year.
By Teresa Ann Boeckel, York Daily Record, Pa. Jul. 30--State police have cited seven people with trespassing at Funkhouser Quarry, the abandoned slate mine in Peach Bottom Township where swimmers have died in previous years.
By Nichole Dobo, York Daily Record, Pa. Jul. 27--Find more news about education in our new "Education Today" section The U.S.
By Teresa Ann Boeckel, York Daily Record, Pa. Jul. 27--Three years ago, Scott Thompson resurrected an old idea to build a hiking and biking trail along the defunct Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad line in Red Lion.
By Teresa Boeckel, York Daily Record, Pa. Jul. 27--A recent study by Carnegie Mellon University scientists shows why drivers need to keep their brains focused on the road instead of trying to multitask with a cell phone.
By Michele Canty, York Daily Record, Pa. Jul. 21--For the second time in less than five months, a ManorCare South resident died after its staff didn't respond properly to a resident's serious medical symptoms, state health department officials said.
By Jessica Milcetich, York Daily Record, Pa. Jul. 20--If a few years ago someone had asked me what a "tweet" was, I would have told them it was the sound a bird makes. Only more recently would I have said a tweet is a posting on Twitter.
By Nicki Lefever, York Daily Record, Pa. Jul. 16--Summer is a busy time in the world of food. Fresh fruits and vegetables are in season, companies are releasing new products, and the nice weather begs for food fundraisers and events.
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