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  • Saved York Christmas Tree gets new lights

    Residents' outcry saved the tree next to the York County Courthouse in downtown York from the ax. An historical society bought lights and firefighters strung them in a community effort that will light up the city's downtown once again for the holidays.

Residents' outcry saved the tree next to the York County Courthouse in downtown York from the ax. An historical society bought lights and firefighters strung them in a community effort that will light up the city's downtown once again for the holidays. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Residents' outcry saved the tree next to the York County Courthouse in downtown York from the ax. An historical society bought lights and firefighters strung them in a community effort that will light up the city's downtown once again for the holidays. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

York “uproar” saved courthouse Christmas Tree. Now it has lights in time for Santa

November 11, 2016 5:48 PM