What we are working on: Oct. 2

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:

York County’s Human Services received an extra $2 million from the state this year. Reporter: Chris Kauffman (ckauffman@yorkdispatch.com)

State delays release of PSSAs due to glitches. Reporter: Nikelle Snader (nsnader@yorkdispatch.com)

Preview of World War I reenactment planned this weekend. Reporter: Nikelle Snader (nsnader@yorkdispatch.com)

Special session to discuss Medicare with seniors planned by Area Agency on Aging. Reporter: Mollie Durkin (mdurkin@yorkdispatch.com)

York City releases budget hearing schedule. Reporter: Erin James (ejames@yorkdispatch.com

OPINION:

Editorial: Yes, the health care reform law can be confusing, so take your time and seek help. (pdelany@rkdispatch.com)

SPORTS:

Dick VanOlinda will have high school football package looking ahead to Week 6, which starts Friday night. Week 6 marks the start of league action in York-Adams Division I and Division II. The package will includes a feature story with art, capsules on all the games, a video and the Pigskin Pickers. (sports@rkdispatch.com)

John Walk will have a Conference Call feature about some York County women who are having a major impact on the successful Lebanon Valley College volleyball team. With art. (sports@rkdispatch.com)

Field hockey roundup from Wednesday (eight matches). (sports@rkdispatch.com)

Two girls’ volleyball matches from Wednesday. (sports@rkdispatch.com)

One girls’ soccer match from Wednesday. (sports@rkdispatch.com)

One girls’ tennis match from Wednesday. (sports@rkdispatch.com)

Local college roundup from Wednesday (four events). (sports@rkdispatch.com)

YORK WEEKEND:

Best of October.

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