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Sheetz opens new, larger York Township store

Sheetz opens new, larger York Township store

Altoona-based convenience store chain Sheetz Inc. has opened a new, larger store in York Township, south of downtown York, at 160 Leader Heights Road.

Could Rite Aid deal finally be approaching?

We've heard it before: The marriage of Walgreens and Rite Aid may be just around the corner.

DEP links Pa. earthquake to fracking

Pennsylvania environmental officials believe fracking caused a small earthquake in the western portion of the state in spring 2016.

Engineers reinvent the straw for optimal enjoyment of new Shamrock Shake

In its valiant quest for the ultimate Shamrock Shake experience, McDonald's recruited aerospace and robotic engineers to redesign the average straw...

Salvation Army preparing to move to new Harrisburg home

Salvation Army preparing to move to new Harrisburg home

Leaders at the Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region are making plans for a big move over the next year.

Why your company's next ad will be an online video

Google encourages local businesses to focus more on video, mobile, customized messaging

Phi Le knows more videos could help his Lancaster County manufacturer, Swing Kingdom, find more customers for its large vinyl playsets.

American Water's Kathy Pape promoted

Jeffrey McIntyre tapped to lead Pa. subsidiary

Longtime Central Pennsylvania executive Kathy Pape has been named American Water's senior vice president of regulatory policy and business...

premium content New law firm makes case for industry disruption

Shifting economics, cultural realities challenge traditional tenets of profession

For law firms, the old ways might no longer be the best ways.

State probing claim that injured racehorse was allowed to run

State probing claim that injured racehorse was allowed to run

The Pennsylvania State Horse Racing Commission has opened an investigation following allegations that a thoroughbred was cleared to race at an...

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