What we are working on: Oct. 12 – 14

Here are the stories we’re working on today. Our daily coverage can change at a moment’s notice, but this is what we have so far. If you know of any stories we should be working on, or can contribute to something we have listed here, drop an email to the reporter listed below or to news@yorkdispatch.com.

NEWS:

Man charged with homicide for 2011 York County Prison beating. Reporter: Liz Evans. (levans@yorkdispatch.com)

Court round-up. Reporter: Liz Evans. (levans@yorkdispatch.com)

4th Congressional District candidates weigh in on immigration reform. Reporter: Chris Kauffman. (ckauffman@yorkdispatch.com)

Dallastown school board establishes procedure for replacing board member who resigned. Reporter: Andy Shaw. (ashaw@yorkdispatch.com)

The United Way has launched Caring Community Challenge, a week of doing good next month. Reporter: Eyana McMillan. (emcmillan@yorkdispatch.com)

Shipley’s is demolishing existing gas station/convenience store in Dover and building a larger one. Reporter: Candy Woodall. (cwoodall@yorkdispatch.com)

Restaurant inspections. Reporter: Candy Woodall. (cwoodall@yorkdispatch.com)

OPINION:

Thumbs up/thumbs down. (pdelany@yorkdispatch.com)

Larry Hicks is upset he’s not on Forbes’ list of richest Americans.

SPORTS:

John Walk will have a column. (jwalk@yorkdispatch.com)

Q&A with the York Suburban cross country coach.  (sports@yorkdispatch.com)

ALCS and NLCS baseball playoff action. Orioles may or may not be involved.

Weekend dirt-track roundup.

Bryan Householder’s dirt-track column.

 

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