More Videos

Chester County volunteers pitch in to serve special Thanksgiving week meal 0:46

Chester County volunteers pitch in to serve special Thanksgiving week meal

Food stability is 'security issue' for nation, South Carolina farmers say 1:34

Food stability is 'security issue' for nation, South Carolina farmers say

Rock Hill students read to cats, dogs at local animal shelter 1:39

Rock Hill students read to cats, dogs at local animal shelter

Rock Hill police arrest three suspects, charge one with murder in apartment shooting 3:42

Rock Hill police arrest three suspects, charge one with murder in apartment shooting

Runners flock to Gobble Wobble to race, drink beer at biggest event yet 1:27

Runners flock to Gobble Wobble to race, drink beer at biggest event yet

New mayor: 'Rock Hill in the next 10 years will be amazing' 3:12

New mayor: 'Rock Hill in the next 10 years will be amazing'

Watch: Rock Hill students create incredibly loud environment for Winthrop basketball game 1:20

Watch: Rock Hill students create incredibly loud environment for Winthrop basketball game

Device helps cancer patients keep their hair 1:41

Device helps cancer patients keep their hair

Lancaster police charge man in murder of his wife, found killed with a hammer 2:27

Lancaster police charge man in murder of his wife, found killed with a hammer

Kids are talking turkey at Tega Cay Elementary school 5:19

Kids are talking turkey at Tega Cay Elementary school

  • York County custodians worry about losing jobs to privatization: 'The stress is great'

    More than 30 York County custodians and janitors are worried about losing their jobs to privatization, according to the husband of one worker. York County Manager Bill Shanahan said the county has sent out bids to private companies, and is looking through the numbers to determine whether is a potential saving.

More than 30 York County custodians and janitors are worried about losing their jobs to privatization, according to the husband of one worker. York County Manager Bill Shanahan said the county has sent out bids to private companies, and is looking through the numbers to determine whether is a potential saving. David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com
More than 30 York County custodians and janitors are worried about losing their jobs to privatization, according to the husband of one worker. York County Manager Bill Shanahan said the county has sent out bids to private companies, and is looking through the numbers to determine whether is a potential saving. David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com

York Co. workers fear losing jobs to private company. Answers may come soon

June 14, 2017 01:36 PM

UPDATED June 17, 2017 10:12 AM

More Videos

Chester County volunteers pitch in to serve special Thanksgiving week meal 0:46

Chester County volunteers pitch in to serve special Thanksgiving week meal

Food stability is 'security issue' for nation, South Carolina farmers say 1:34

Food stability is 'security issue' for nation, South Carolina farmers say

Rock Hill students read to cats, dogs at local animal shelter 1:39

Rock Hill students read to cats, dogs at local animal shelter

Rock Hill police arrest three suspects, charge one with murder in apartment shooting 3:42

Rock Hill police arrest three suspects, charge one with murder in apartment shooting

Runners flock to Gobble Wobble to race, drink beer at biggest event yet 1:27

Runners flock to Gobble Wobble to race, drink beer at biggest event yet

New mayor: 'Rock Hill in the next 10 years will be amazing' 3:12

New mayor: 'Rock Hill in the next 10 years will be amazing'

Watch: Rock Hill students create incredibly loud environment for Winthrop basketball game 1:20

Watch: Rock Hill students create incredibly loud environment for Winthrop basketball game

Device helps cancer patients keep their hair 1:41

Device helps cancer patients keep their hair

Lancaster police charge man in murder of his wife, found killed with a hammer 2:27

Lancaster police charge man in murder of his wife, found killed with a hammer

Kids are talking turkey at Tega Cay Elementary school 5:19

Kids are talking turkey at Tega Cay Elementary school

  • Chester County volunteers pitch in to serve special Thanksgiving week meal

    Bobbie Brown, the founder and organizer of an annual Thanksgiving week meal in Chester County, led a group of family and other volunteers Tuesday in hosting the 30th annual event for more than 100 special needs adults. The event was held at Cedar Grove Baptist Church. The diners are clients of the Chester County Board of Disabilities and Chester Department of Social Services, as well as others.