Maryland transplants seen as helping to drive growth of York County, Pa.

Census data, 'white-taggers,' business opportunities signal trend, but some question its sustainability

Long considered a Baltimore exurb, York County has seen its population swell 14 percent since 2000. The southern Pennsylvania county — a mix of urban, suburban and rural geography and home to many Baltimore-area commuters — grew faster than Maryland as a whole and twice as rapidly as Baltimore County in that time, according to new population figures from the 2010 census. Full Story »

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