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UPMC Pinnacle Lancaster outlines closure, will start diverting patients

premium content UPMC Pinnacle Lancaster outlines closure, will start diverting patients

UPMC Pinnacle Lancaster expects to begin diverting patients to other local hospitals and practices as it prepares to close at the end of the month.

premium content Members 1st eyes move of HQ

Hoping to bring its corporate staff under one roof, Members 1st Federal Credit Union has identified a roughly 23-acre property in Hampden Township...

premium content York County furniture store to change hands

After more thaneight decades leading a York County furniture and mattress store, its family owners are retiring and transferring control to longtime...

premium content Township approves first phase of Susquehanna Union Green

Susquehanna Township commissioners on Thursday approved an infrastructure plan for Susquehanna Union Green, the first phase of land development for...

Guest view: Progress made, but Pa. infrastructure still poor

Guest view: Progress made, but Pa. infrastructure still poor

By John Caperilla

Most of us take infrastructure for granted; it is only when the bridge is closed, a water main breaks, or we lose power for a significant period of...

premium content Pa.'s top court delays controversial 'venue shopping' rule

The state Supreme Court said it is delaying action and gathering more information about a proposed rule change that sparked controversy because of...

premium content Ambitious project aims to reshape I-83

Over the next 10 years, Interstate 83 around Harrisburg will be completely redesigned to include a new exit at Cameron Street, a reworked Eisenhower...

premium content Ephrata-area countertop company eyes more room

A custom countertop fabricator in northern Lancaster County is poised for expansion nearly a decade after it was founded.

Richard Mulá Jr.: 'Design is more than buildings'

premium content Richard Mulá Jr.: 'Design is more than buildings'

By Jennifer Deinlein, contributing writer

Richard Mulá Jr., 52, founded Richard F. Mulá Architects in 1999 and continues as its principal and managing member.

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