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  • Thousands brave the cold in York to parade for Martin Luther King Jr.

    Bundled in coats, hats and gloves, thousands of parade-goers lined the streets in downtown York Saturday for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. parade. Former York Comprehensive High School basketball standout, WNBA star and children's author Ivory Latta served as parade marshal. Local and regional bands, dance troupes and alumni of Jefferson High School entertained the crowd.

Thousands brave the cold in York to parade for Martin Luther King Jr.

Bundled in coats, hats and gloves, thousands of parade-goers lined the streets in downtown York Saturday for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. parade. Former York Comprehensive High School basketball standout, WNBA star and children's author Ivory Latta served as parade marshal. Local and regional bands, dance troupes and alumni of Jefferson High School entertained the crowd.
By Tracy Kimball