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Today's newspaper: July 16

York County murder-for-hire suspect charged again

A York County murder-for-hire suspect has been charged for a third time, according to a news release from the York County District Attorney's Office.

York Redevelopment Authority buys former Citizens Bank building

York Redevelopment Authority buys former Citizens Bank building

They are looking to resell the building as possible offices, restaurant 

American Legion baseball: Spring Grove shuts out Southwestern

American Legion baseball: Spring Grove shuts out Southwestern

Spring Grove will face Glen Rock in tonight's championship game at Spring Grove High School 

Man pleads guilty to assault in breaking child's leg

Man pleads guilty to assault in breaking child's leg

34-year-old reportedly upset because child spilled beans on him 

York resident wants city council to take another look at dog laws

York resident wants city council to take another look at dog laws

Heather Pratt said she was concerned over two recent attacks involving pit bulls

Tractor-trailer overturns, 5 other cars involved in crash that closes Haines Road

Tractor-trailer overturns, 5 other cars involved in crash that closes Haines Road

The driver of a tractor-trailer that careened down Mount Rose Avenue and struck five vehicles on Haines Road on Tuesday afternoon said that just before the crash, the brakes on his blue Kenworth gave out.

Ex-Dover teacher accused of sexual assault will face trial after 13 alleged victims testify

Ex-Dover teacher accused of sexual assault will face trial after 13 alleged victims testify

Already facing multiple child pornography charges, former Dover area music teacher Matthew Puterbaugh was ordered to stand trial Tuesday on additional allegations of rape of a child and invading the privacy or space of 13 current and former Dover students.

Can-Am competition finds 'toughest firefighter'

Can-Am competition finds 'toughest firefighter'

The 'toughest' took on strength and endurance events on Tuesday 

Think Loud Development could get more state money

Think Loud Development could get more state money

The group was recently awarded $5 million 

Zombies with driver's licenses drafted (YDR opinion)

It seems that about 14,000 men from Pennsylvania were sent notices from the Selective Services System ordering them to register for the draft — or else.

References:

  1. “York County murder-for-hire suspect charged again”  ·  2014-06-12  ·  ydr.com