What we are working on: Dec. 6

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:

Jimmy Seaks, accused of running over woman following an argument with another man, acquitted at trial. Reporter: Liz Evans. (levans@yorkdispatch.com)

Wrightsville fire department has reached a consent agreement with the Department of State regarding fundraising records. Reporter: Liz Evans. (levans@yorkdispatch.com)

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

York City officials make “special announcement” regarding New Year’s Eve. Reporter: Erin James (ejames@yorkdispatch.com)

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

More on Hellam Township hearing on Perdue plans in Lancaster County. Candy Woodall. (cwoodall@yorkdispatch.com)

Survey says half of kids between 6 and 12 want an iPad or iPod for Christmas. Candy Woodall. (cwoodall@yorkdispatch.com) With Art.

Amendment protecting BAE contracts passes Senate. Candy Woodall. (cwoodall@yorkdispatch.com)

OPINION:

If officials don’t have time to do the job they were elected to do, they should step aside. (pdelany@yorkdispatch.com)

Larry Hicks column: York Mayor Kim Bracey’s decision to seek re-election is good news for the city.

SPORTS:

We may run our York-Adams League swimming preview. (sports@yorkdispatch.com) With Art.

Outdoors column. (sports@yorkdispatch.com)

Q and A with K-D’s lacrosse standout Nicole Black, who has received and NCAA Division I scholarship. (sports@yorkdispatch.com)

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