It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas


YORK — It may have been 70 degrees and above on Wednesday, Nov. 15, but it still looked like Christmas is coming as city work crews were hanging the annual snowflake decorations on light poles downtown.

The large snowflakes are typically put up each year in mid-November and remain up until right after the first of the new year.

This week’s unusually higher temperatures provided the perfect environment for workers get the job done in a day’s time.

The snowflakes create a festive look downtown each year — and are an annual sign the holidays are just around the corner.

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