The York Weekly

York cleans up after storm; roads, bridge closed

YORK, Maine — Town officials and residents are picking up the pieces in the aftermath of a storm being called a “down burst” that swept through York Village and other parts of town, uprooting dozens of trees and utility poles, damaging...

Severe storm topples trees, downs power lines in York

YORK, Maine — The streets of York were filled with families walking through their neighborhoods to see just how much damage Tuesday night's storm had caused; and there was a lot to see.

Strong thunderstorm blocks roads, knocks out power

A severe thunderstorm has already caused damage in the Seacoast with York, Maine seemingly experiencing some of the worst of it.

York golfers play well at Maine Am

The York Golf and Tennis Club was well represented at last week's Maine Amateur golf championship at The Woodlands in Falmouth.

Football: York will compete at 7-on-7 tourney Saturday

Randy Small and some members of his York High School football team will compete in Saturday's Under Armour 7-on-7 Northeast Regional in Exeter, N.H.

Football: York grad set to play in Lobster Bowl Saturday

The 25th annual Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic is scheduled for Saturday at Waterhouse Field in Biddeford and Ross Hogan and his West teammates began practice on Monday.

York police station, road get approval

Two years after the initial project stalled, the York Planning Board on Thursday unanimously gave final approval for the town to build a new police station and connector road from Ridge Road to Route 1.

York High principal to resign

York High School Principal Robert Stevens is leaving at the end of the next school year, ending his 37-year tenure as principal in York and a career in education spanning close to half a century.

York church fair has global reach

YORK — At a fair, it helps to have a dunk tank and children with Roger Clemens-like fastballs taking aim.

Funds sought for Starkey funeral expenses

YORK — York Village Firefighters are seeking donations to pay for the funeral expenses of Assistant Fire Chief Brian Starkey, a 30-plus year veteran of the department who died on July 1 at the age of 48.