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PennDOT rolls out new license design

PennDOT rolls out new license design

Redesigned driver's licenses are coming to Pennsylvania ahead of plans for more secure, federally compliant IDs.

Forum highlights benefits of hiring people with disabilities

Business leaders say it's good for bottom line

Hiring people with disabilities isn't just something a company can do to feel good about itself.

Could PinnacleHealth purchase bring new vistas for four midstate hospitals?

It's one of the biggest national health care stories, and four midstate hospitals are part of the action.

Colleges working to provide needed cybersecurity experts

Kathie Shafer of Messiah College thinks about how safe her 3,300 or so students are when they're online just as much as she does when they're walking...

New leader aims to reinvigorate Whitaker Center

premium content New leader aims to reinvigorate Whitaker Center

With several hundred thousand fans watching, the Pittsburgh Penguins held a parade earlier this month to celebrate their second straight Stanley Cup...

Lancaster bike shop rides into new ownership with hopes of more inventory, faster service

Longtime customers of Lancaster County's Bike Line will soon see a new name on the storefront.

State's first medical pot grower permits mostly outside major cities

Pennsylvania's first recipients of medical marijuana grower/processor licenses were announced Tuesday, and most are in rural areas or small...

UPS pays $55M for Carlisle-area warehouse

United Parcel Service is the new owner of a 595,000-square-foot distribution center near Carlisle.

State pensions: After reform, officials sort out details

premium content State pensions: After reform, officials sort out details

By Jason Scott and Jennifer Wentz

Now that Pennsylvania's elected officials have enacted a pension reform plan after years of debate, how will implementation of the new system play...

Activity Index


Q2: Construction companies foresee growth in projects, employment

Pipelines are filling up at construction companies in Central Pennsylvania, according to the CPBJ Construction Activity Index.

Small Business

Small Business Week: What do business owners see on the horizon?

As they celebrate Small Business Week along with peers around the country, a majority of small-business owners in Central Pennsylvania are...


Midstate manufacturers eyeing worker shortage, automation projects

A dearth of skilled workers, rising health care costs and evolving technology are among the industry changes weighing on the minds of manufacturers...