York, Pennsylvania

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Street Rod Association Street Rod Nationals East, the largest annual street rod event in the Eastern US. The event brings thousands of street rods (hot rod) into the city for a few days in June. On Friday afternoon the city holds a parade through the center of the city for participating vehicles. The York County Heritage Trust (YCHT) is a not-for-profit educational institution

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; coverage Bound for Glory fall-out, TNA World Title match date 2011-10-20 accessdate 2011-10-27 last Caldwell first James work Pro Wrestling Torch Hardy wrestled his first televised match since his return on the October 27 episode of ''Impact Wrestling'', defeating Immortal member Bully Ray (Mark LoMonaco).

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public school districts. Of the several private Christian schools in the area, the largest is York Catholic High School. In 2009 Helen Thackston Middle School opened on East Philadelphia Street. The city is home to York College of Pennsylvania, which was originally founded in 1787; Penn State York; YTI Career Institute (YTI), which offers accredited technology- and business-based degree programs; Yorktowne Business Institute (YBI) & School of Culinary Arts, which offers accredited


of Lancaster (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) and York (York, Pennsylvania) gaining independent (Independent baseball) franchises, the future of AAA ball in Harrisburg is doubtful. Return (2011–present) On August 23, 2011, TNA announced that Hardy would be making his return to the promotion at the ''Impact Wrestling'' tapings on August 25 in Huntsville, Alabama.

: www.impactwrestling.com component k2 item 2815-August-25-Huntsville,-Alabama title August 25: Huntsville, Alabama date 2011-08-23 accessdate 2011-08-24 work Total Nonstop Action Wrestling The return would take place only five days after Matt Hardy was released from his TNA contract.

accessdate 2011-08-24 work Pro Wrestling Torch In his return, which was taped for the September 8 episode of ''Impact Wrestling'', Hardy spoke to the audience as a face (Face (professional wrestling)), acknowledging that he had hit rock bottom at Victory Road in March, before asking the fans for "one more shot".

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. In its final form it asserted that Darwin’s "Theory is not a fact" and said that "Intelligent Design is an explanation of the origin of life that differs from Darwin’s view. The reference book, Of Pandas and People, is available for students who might be interested in gaining an understanding of what Intelligent Design actually involves." pp. 126–128 (s:Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District 6:Curriculum, Conclusion#o. Development of Statement to be Read to Students), Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District, Memorandum Opinion, December 20, 2005 The plaintiffs were represented by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Americans United for Separation of Church and State (AU) and Pepper Hamilton LLP. The National Center for Science Education (NCSE) acted as consultants for the plaintiffs. The defendants were represented by the Thomas More Law Center (TMLC). The Foundation for Thought and Ethics, publisher of ''Of Pandas and People'', a textbook advocating intelligent design and whose prominence within the trial was such that it is sometimes referred to as the Dover Panda Trial, Of Behe and mammary glands, York Daily Record, 15 November 2007 Attorney from first national case on intelligent design to speak to SU, The Daily Orange, 29 November 2006 tried to join the lawsuit late as a defendant but was denied for multiple reasons. Memorandum and Order, Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District, July 27, 2005 History In the late 19th century, animal-shaped cookies (or "biscuits" in British terminology) called "Animals" were imported from England to the United States. The demand for these crackers grew to the point that bakers began to produce them domestically. Stauffer’s Biscuit Company produced their first batch of animal crackers sometime around the start of the 20th century in York, Pennsylvania. Stauffer's - Stauffer's Company History Other domestic bakeries, including the Dozier-Weyl Cracker Company of St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri) and the Holmes and Coutts Company of New York City, were the predecessors of the National Biscuit Company, today's "Nabisco Brands". Stauffer Biscuit Company of York (York, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania also has a line of animal crackers, which are now distributed by several major discount retailers. Their use of the spices nutmeg and mace (Nutmeg) give the basic animal cracker a slightly different character from the Nabisco crackers. birth_date Some sources indicate that the rival teams were named for the opposing factions in England's historic Wars of the Roses. In 1909, the team secured its first championship in the Tri-State League, under the leadership of ex-outfielder Marty Hogan. ''Spalding's Official Athletic Library Baseball Guide'' (New York: American Sports Publishing Co., 1910), p. 181. That same year, the Red Roses signed on future Hall of Fame (National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum) pitcher Stan Coveleski.

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York College of Pennsylvania. By Carol McCleary Innerst. 2008. P.30. In 1929, the Academy merged with the York Collegiate Institute, allowing further growth of both schools. But up until 1941, a true college curriculum had yet to be established. It was in 1941 that the school's charter was amended, transforming it from a center for education into a "two-year liberal arts school." At this point, the school began to outgrow its campus, forcing a move outside of downtown York (York, Pennsylvania). In 1965, the current campus, located in Spring Garden Township (Spring Garden Township, York County, Pennsylvania) was dedicated. The former occupier of these lands was a local country club and golf course that had gone bankrupt before selling its property. By 1968, York established an accredited four-year bachelor's degree program, and officially became the York College of Pennsylvania. The college sits near the historic center of the city and has some residence halls located in the city (York, Pennsylvania), which known as the fourth national capital of the United States of America and the birthplace of the Articles of Confederation. YCP has students from 31 states and 34 countries. History The basis of today's, York College of Pennsylvania was started in 1776 by Rev. John Andrews, D.D. (John Andrews (clergyman)) and established and incorportated in 1787 as the ''York County Academy''.

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. The stadium, along with other large projects such as the York County Judicial Center and the Codo 241 luxury apartment lofts, symbolizes York's extensive redevelopment efforts. York was featured during the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election, when National Public Radio's Michele Norris and Steve Inskeep chose to showcase the city in "The York Project: Race & the '08 Vote." The program was aired as a 7-part series and featured different York citizens discussing race relations

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: World Title match opens show, Lockdown main event set, N.Y. Giants star in angle last Turner first Scott date 2012-02-17 accessdate 2012-02-17 work Pro Wrestling Torch On March 18 at Victory Road (Victory Road (2012)), Hardy was defeated by Angle in a singles match.


Recreation and Parks helps sponsor the Olde York Street Fair each year on Mothers Day, the second Sunday of May – a tradition since the early 1980s. In recent years more than 150 art, craft and food vendors have lined Market and George streets. Average attendance was 60,000 people as of 2004, according to city officials.

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States U.S. genre Alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock Personal life Kowalczyk is married and has three daughters. He announced the birth of his third daughter, Cecilia, on April 14, 2011. He grew up in York, Pennsylvania of Polish descent and attended William Penn Senior High School in the York City School District, where he met the other three members of what would become Live. His father was a teacher at the local High School (Northeastern). - rowspan "

York, Pennsylvania

'''York''' (Deitsch (Pennsylvania German language): ''Yarrick''), known as '''the White Rose City''' (after the symbol of the House of York (White Rose of York)), is a city located in York County (York County, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania, United States, which is in the South Central (South Central Pennsylvania) region of the state. The population within the city limits was 43,718 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), which was a 7.0% increase from the 2000 count of 40,862. When combined with the adjacent boroughs of West York (West York, Pennsylvania) and North York (North York, Pennsylvania) and surrounding Spring Garden (Spring Garden Township, York County, Pennsylvania), West Manchester (West Manchester Township, York County, Pennsylvania), and Springettsbury (Springettsbury Township, York County, Pennsylvania) townships, the population of Greater York is 108,386. York is the county seat of York County (York County, Pennsylvania),

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