Reliance became a household name in student transportation known for safe, creative, courteous and reliable service.
In 1997, at the age of 33, John Polli purchased Reliance from the Caskey family.
In 2004, Reliance was awarded the student transportation contract of Central York school district.
At that time Reliance operated over 300 school buses and vans and employed approximately 350 drivers.
Fire department services are provided jointly by the Hellam and Wrightsville fire departments located in the boroughs of Hallam and Wrightsville.
The Mifflin House, an Underground Railroad site in the township dating to the 1700s, was used by its family in the 19th century to "hide freedom-seekers and ferry them across the Susquehanna River on their way to Philadelphia." As of May 2017, the property was at risk of demolition for development of a business park.
Founded around 1736, it was the first township in the area, and it originally included the entirety of modern York and Adams counties.“Our gradual, planned evolution to a community-based, primary healthcare provider began over the last couple years with the multiple changes in healthcare and as we saw that many of the roadblocks for services for individuals and families dealing with HIV also existed in the broader community,” said Rev. The need was further supported by results from the York County Community Health Needs Assessment the agency coordinated in 2012 to identify gaps in care and unmet needs for York County residents, said Suzanne Wright, immediate past board chair.The assessment, guided by a team made up of social service and healthcare providers across York County, was conducted by Duke University’s Center for Health Policy and Inequalities Research. "The actions of these officers have undermined the public's confidence in our organization and required swift and serious action." Tolson, who took office in January, pointed out in the statement that much of the activity happened before he took office."The harshest discipline was dispensed to those who violated policy and public trust while I have been Sheriff," Tolson said. -- Six deputies of a sheriff's office in South Carolina have been disciplined for engaging in sexual conduct while on duty dating back to 2003, reports CBS Charlotte, N. York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson said in a statement Wednesday that an anonymous complaint in late July triggered the investigation. Jennifer Forsythe and Deputy Daniel Hamrick after they admitted to sexual encounters on duty between 20. "The results of this investigation are very troubling and cast a dark cloud over the York County Sheriff's Office and its reputation as a professional organization," Tolson said in the statement, as quoted by WBTV.It is no longer enough to ensure that offenders receive the harshest punishment under the law.