What we are working on: Nov. 20

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:

District Justice Paul Diehl retiring after 55 years. Reporter: Liz Evans. (levans@yorkdispatch.com)

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

Who Cares? — a program providing birthday parties for needy kids in Lancaster County — plans to start operating in York County. Reporter: Eyana McMillan. (emcmillan@yorkdispatch.com)

“Route 30 Too” is having a York premiere. Reporter: Greg Gross. (ggross@yorkdispatch.com)

York City Mayor Kim Bracey holds press conference to unveil 2013 budget. Reporter: Erin James. (ejames@yorkdispatch.com)

York City Council meeting. Reporter: Erin James. (ejames@yorkdispatch.com)

Round-up of school board meetings. Correspondents. (news@yorkdispatch.com)

OPINION:

Editorial: Fight back against Black Friday creep — don’t shop. (pdelany@yorkdispatch.com)

SPORTS:

Dick VanOlinda will have his weekly high school football package. He will preview Friday’s West York-Susquehanna Twp. game District 3-AAA semifinal. He will have capsules on District 3 games involving Delone and Bermudian Springs. He will also have stats and video. Plus Pigskin Pickers. (dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com)

Steve Heiser column on Penn State. (sports@yorkdispatch.com)

Bill O’Brien’s Tuesday news conference about PSU’s finale vs. Wisconsin.

Penn State York basketball doubleheader. (sports@yorkdispatch.com)

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