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A new exhibit remembers the lives of York residents buried in unmarked graves

The exhibit reveals details of the lives of some of the roughly 800 people buried in York City Cemetery.

By Gabriela Martínez

York group shares how they’re honoring Crispus Attucks’ legacy during Black History Month and beyond

Barry Freeland, director of the Crispus Attucks Center for Employment and Training, Greg Smith and Jeff Kirkland, who are a part of the Crispus Attucks York programs joined us on The Spark Tuesday to tell us about Crispus Attucks’ life and legacy.

By Aniya Faulcon

A group in York wants to honor 800 people buried with no gravestones

The site along Schley Alley and West 7th Avenue  in North York holds the remains of 800 people, most of whom do not have grave markers.

By Gabriela Martínez

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York leaders welcome firearm legislation as the city struggles with gun violence

The city of York has surpassed the number of homicides it saw last year and while leaders say they are working to stop violence, they say much more needs to be done.

By Anthony Orozco

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

Organizers cancel York St. Patrick’s Day parade for third year

The parade committee is canceling the March 2022 parade because of concerns over COVID-19 and a lack of volunteers.

By Staff