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Police investigate York murder

By Ed Arke

Latino groups push for bilingual trade schools in smaller Central Pennsylvania cities

A 40-year-old Latino organization in Lancaster is a model to help growing communities.
By Anthony Orozco

New trial ordered in 1997 slaying of a York County art gallery owner

A new trial has been ordered for a man sentenced to death in the murder almost a quarter-century ago of a Pennsylvania art gallery owner.

By The Associated Press

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York farm’s mobile market brings fresh produce to food-insecure neighborhoods

York Fresh Food Farms received urban agriculture grants and COVID-19 relief funds to expand their infrastructure.

By Gabriela Martínez

Puerto Rican community in Pa. displaced by Hurricane Maria eager to vote in 2020

The U.S. Census Bureau estimates the Puerto Rican population in the United States grew by more than 200,000 from 2017 to 2018. In Pennsylvania, the increase was nearly 32 thousand – more than for any state except Florida.

Displaced Puerto Rican voters are among the half-million Latinos eligible to vote in the commonwealth, a presence that could prove critical as both President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden see Pennsylvania as in their grasp in November.

By Alanna Elder

Man breaks into York City Hall, causing temporary closure

Police found damage to a computer server, the phone system, doors and the mail room, the York Daily Record reported.

By The Associated Press

New resource center for York’s diverse population opens

York City Councilman Lou Rivera says the Spanish-American Multicultural Resource Center will address the unmet needs of the community.

By Anthony Orozco/PA Post

A day in the life of an EMS provider battling the coronavirus

“That's always in the back of your head, that at some point you're going to get sick.”
By Keira McGuire