Posts Tagged ‘York County’

York County History Center Bus Tour

access_time Posted on: October 28th, 2021

Location: Pick-up/Drop-off at West Manchester Town Center parking lot Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Local author Scott Mingus will be our guide on this bus tour of the Underground Railroad in York County from Shrewsbury through the city of York to Wrightsville.  Various stops will be made at points of interest along the way.  Scott Mingus is an Ohio native residing in York, PA and has written 18 Civil War books. A scientist and executive in the paper industry, he holds patents in self-adhesive postage stamps and bar code labels. This day trip will take place on Thursday, October 28, 2021, from 8:30… read more »

Pappus House 3rd Annual Lanterns of Light

access_time Posted on: October 10th, 2021

CGA Law Firm is proudly sponsoring Pappus House’s Lanterns of Light event, which celebrates the lives of loved ones who have gone before us. Their mission is to provide a home in York County dedicated to compassionate end-of-life care for individuals and their families in collaboration with their hospice provider. The House provides: 24 hour on-site personal care and attendance by paid licensed and trained caregivers who are employed by our home (as an alternative to nursing home, hospital, or at-home care) Seamless continuity of medical and nursing care delivered by the resident’s hospice provider of choice who will make visits on… read more »

CGA Bankruptcy Chair, Lawrence V. Young, Esq. Offers Free Telephone Consultations to Public

access_time Posted on: March 25th, 2020

CGA Bankruptcy Chair, Lawrence V. Young, Esq. Offers Free Telephone Consultations to Public In the face of business shut downs and layoffs, many are left wondering how they are going to pay their bills and make ends meet. Small businesses and individuals are left with questions about their specific financial circumstances and what the future holds. Free Telephone ConsultationsOn Tuesday, March 31, 2020 from 8:30 to 11:30am, CGA Law Firm is offering a chance to have those questions answered at no charge. Attorney Lawrence Young will make himself available as a public service for a no charge, no obligation conversation to discuss… read more »

Municipalities Should Help their Residents to “Age in Place”

access_time Posted on: November 11th, 2018

Article by: Timothy Bupp, Esquire We are growing older — surprise! — not only individually, but also as a county.  York Countians today are living longer, fuller lives.  Our average life expectancy today is 79 years, as compared to 49 in 1900.  Today more than 38% of York Countians are over age 50, and 16% are 65 or older.  The number of county residents age 85+ is expected to triple in the next twenty years.  While our senior population continues to age, suitable housing options for older York Countians is not keeping up.  Not only is currently-available housing inadequate for… read more »