Community leader Dr. George Bowles helped in the formation of the Crispus Attucks Community Center in 1931
Over 600 people are buried in the City Cemetery located in North York. However, there are no headstones for this potter's field. Instead, they rest in nameless graves, forgotten yet together.
York's City Market, demolished in 1963, was the most architecturally significant building to come down in the city in the 1950s to 1970s era.
Congregants, past and present, gathered in 2015 for the 50th anniversary of the merger of Faith Presbyterian Church in York with First Presbyterian Church.
The Carlisle Livestock Market has sold its last chicken. For those still involved in agriculture, this will mean a change in how they do business.
The Spangler Farm, a restored Civil War field hospital, testifies to the horrors of the Battle of Gettysburg.
Jane Keenheel, born into slavery, stitched a quilt made from salesman suit swatches. Her legacy of resourcefulness inspires others today in the textile industry.
When Jose Hernandez and his wife, Gloria, arrived in York in 1958, they became pioneers in York County's Latino community.
The Eagle, Dover Area School District's mascot stands guard outside the former high school, where 9th-grade students were read a description of intelligent design as an alternative to evolution in science classrooms.
The Baptiste farm in Newberry Township served as an Underground Railroad stop, assisting freedom seekers in their journey to the north.