Recent photos from around town...
Police checking things out at 3rd & Locust last Monday evening
An alternative to Smucker
Pinocchio's left foot?
Four violations right off the bat: parking along a highway on a side designated NO PARKING, parking on a sidewalk, blocking a driveway, leaving gas cans unattended.
Artist's conception of how the mural will look on the back of 301 Locust
Close-up of the above
Looks like birds will roost just about anywhere:
atop a pole...
atop a finial...
atop a sign.
Every home should have one of these.
The mayor said there's not a camera at 3rd & Perry, and yet ... there's a camera at 3rd & Perry.
Collecting the loot on Locust
Painting a line on Manor
Rehabbing a house at Florence & Manor
New lights for the bridge plaza flagpoles
Worm's-eye view of the above
Violation: parking on the sidewalk
A reminder of our racist heritage?
At Glatfeter Memorial Field: a 9/11 Remembrance
Working toward a vegan lifestyle
Crow in priestly black preaching a sermon from on high
Drone over Chestnut, but not the borough's, since officials say we don't have one.
It was being operated by this guy...
...who apparently works for this company.
Taking off after being found in violation
Scolding the kids into line
There, that's better.
Newly painted trim, with an aquatic flavor
Fortunately, it was only primer.
Accident at 4th & Chestnut last Friday afternoon
This car . . .
. . . and this car collided.
This truck at 4th & Locust had been in an accident just a few minutes before the other one.
Here's a car with a broken windshield sitting on 13th Street. A few days earlier it was sitting on the 1300 block of Manor. How was it moved?
Van sporting a picture of the bridge . . . down by the bridge.
Was the photo taken from the Wrightsville side - or from the Columbia side and then reversed? Either way, it still shows the old bridge lights.
Antiquated door knocker on a door on the 300 block of Cherry
The 500 block of Cherry: a newly installed fence simulating the Veterans Memorial Bridge
Over at Park School: garden plots
Here's a close-up of one.
Down at River Park, Waterways Conservation Officer Jeff Schmidt takes a group shot.
And then . . . a gesture of thanks
Rain garden along Heritage Drive, complete with rainwater
Hawk on the lookout at Laurel Hill Memorial Gardens
Runaway bride and groom?
Responding to a river rescue call for a kayaker in distress Saturday afternoon
Afterwards, with everything A-OK, a return to River Park
This summer's Music in the Park line-up
An iron sitting unattended on a second-floor window sill.
What could go wrong?
A curious cardinal
Down at the bridge on a partly cloudy day
Kitty + kitty = 18 lives
A big kitty at the 5th & Locust fountain
Tables are for glasses (and everyone knows the rest of that saying).
Trying to figure out what it is . . .
And here a few reader-submitted old photos . . .
Spruce Street in Columbia, 1925
Wildcat Falls Ferry Boat
Wildcat Falls Hotel
Wildcat Falls is in York County, north of Wrightsville.