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Court ruling raises cyber stakes for employers

premium content Court ruling raises cyber stakes for employers

By Thomas A. Barstow, contributing writer

A recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling involving cyber security issues and a data breach affecting employees at the University of Pittsburgh...

premium content Rise of the cinema: Midtown growing with improvements on the horizon

Recent investments in the Midtown Cinema in Harrisburg are paying dividends — and more changes could be coming to the theater in 2019.

State panel OKs process to add conditions qualifying for medical marijuana

State residents and doctors can now ask a state advisory board to add conditions to the list of serious medical conditions that can be treated with...

premium content Candoris expands to new $2.1M building

Technology company Candoris purchased a new headquarters in Annville Township with growth in mind, one of its founders said.

Economic concerns seen as damper on bank M&A

premium content Economic concerns seen as damper on bank M&A

By Thomas A. Barstow

The only banking trend in 2019 that seems certain is a focus on uncertainty.

premium content Second Lancaster Women's Open to build off of 2015's success

Local businesses spent over $2.6 million on sponsoring the 2015 U.S. Women's Open in Lancaster County and when the event arrives again in Lancaster...

premium content Recent state liquor license auctions have garnered fewer bids, lower prices, but the process will keep flowing

Last call or let the good times roll?

Despite falling prices and a waning number of bidders, state liquor regulators say they will continue to hold auctions for expired restaurant liquor...

premium content Firm overhauls abandoned New Holland silk mill for new HQ

A large portion of an abandoned silk mill in New Holland had to be demolished before J.M. Lapp Plumbing and Heating LLC could begin construction on...

Getting on track: Steam Into History has plans to stop near York

premium content Getting on track: Steam Into History has plans to stop near York

A historic train attraction is picking up speed in southern York County – and may soon be pulling into a station near the White Rose city.

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