Mike Smith was studying to be a deacon when he felt God calling him to start a drill team for the city’s youth.
Neighbors of Our York
When Lou Rivera sees something he feels York’s Latino community needs, he sets out to make it happen.
Humor is the spice of life, and Sara Shaw adds it in all life dishes out, from work to play.
Prince, a West York Borough Police K-9 detective, is more than just a police pup, his handler says.
The 17-year-old junior firefighter with West Manchester Township later plans to join the 193rd Special Operations Wing of the Pa. Air National Guard.
Carla Christopher never planned to stay in York, but when she got here, she found a place she couldn’t leave.
Sharee McFadden’s mantras gave her strength – and she often shares them today with friends, neighbors, and a social media community.
Known by many as “the guy with the ‘free hugs’ sign” in downtown York, John Beck’s gift to others was what saved him from a suffocating depression.
After 45 years in the fire service – seven of those as an administrator with the York County Fire School – Richard Halpin will finally be putting the gear away for good
Music changed his life. Now, he wants to create a place that focuses on bringing music into the lives of York’s teens.