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Despite losses, Highmark to stick with Obamacare in 2017

Despite losses, Highmark to stick with Obamacare in 2017

Highmark Inc. will participate next year in the health insurance market created by the Affordable Care Act, despite losing $68 million in that market...

A history of hauntings: Lititz Walking Tours launches ghost tours for October

Lititz has a history of haunting stories, and they will provide fodder for a local walking-tour company that plans to begin offering ghost tours in...

We're No. 39: Ranking of state highways finds Pa. improving

Pennsylvania ranks 39th in the nation in overall highway performance and cost-effectiveness, according to an annual report published Thursday by a...

Keep calm: Turnpike tunnels go two-way next week for repaving

If you are cruising next week through the Kittatinny and Blue Mountain tunnels on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, expect to see traffic coming toward you,...

Startup advances technology that uses fish waste, water to grow vegetables, plants indoors

premium content Startup advances technology that uses fish waste, water to grow vegetables, plants indoors

Trevor Kisler and Isaiah Lockette are not farmers, nor are they looking to become farmers.

Candy Factory, Imagine Coworking join forces for space at Rock Lititz

New venture dubbed Rock Candy

A Lancaster co-working space that gives professionals who work from home a space to collaborate with their peers is opening a second location in...

Hoping to attract wedding, meeting business, York-area campground adds space

Project to finish by December at Ben Franklin Park

Ben Lepore III has noticed that when it comes to venues for wedding receptions, “you have the country clubs and you have the fire halls and not...

Pa. House passes bill to boost ranks of code officials

The state House this week passed legislation designed to reverse a decline in the number of people becoming certified building code officials.

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