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Business concerns surface in recreational marijuana debate

premium content Business concerns surface in recreational marijuana debate

Citing the growth of Pennsylvania's medical marijuana program and changing public opinion, state Democrat leaders said that 2019 could be a watershed...

premium content Riverview Financial names new COO

Riverview Financial Corp., the holding company of Riverview Bank, has named Ginger G. Kunkel as its COO.

premium content Need for manufacturing jobs sparks three-company apprenticeship plan in Hanover

In 2016 Gordon Laabs was looking at some numbers that painted a bleak future for the manufacturing industry.

premium content Amid labor shortage, mergers boost workforce for electrical contractor

For nearly five decades, the electrical contractor MVE Group grew slowly on its own, its owners adding subsidiaries in security, solar and energy...

Who pays? Lawmaker seeks to reapportion infrastructure costs associated with new development

premium content Who pays? Lawmaker seeks to reapportion infrastructure costs associated with new development

Aaron Kaufer doesn't claim to have the answer, but he believes Pennsylvania has a problem with infrastructure costs associated with development in...

premium content Ollie's expected to kick off construction this week on Texas distribution center

Deep-discount retailer Ollie's Bargain Outlet Holdings Inc. expects to break ground this week on its new distribution center in Lancaster, Texas.

premium content Incoming Elizabethtown College president plans for future

To continue attracting students, Elizabethtown College should beef up its programs in science and business, among other steps, according to the...

Keystone Contractors Association names 2019 leaders

The Keystone Contractors Association, a Cumberland County-based trade group that represents commercial construction companies in Pennsylvania, has...

Central Pa. foreclosures continue to fall from 2010 peak

premium content Central Pa. foreclosures continue to fall from 2010 peak

With a big rise in home sales since the last recession, Central Pennsylvania foreclosure filings have continued to fall.

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