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Central Pa. poultry industry takes precautions against bird flu

Central Pa. poultry industry takes precautions against bird flu

When bird flu swept through southeastern Pennsylvania in 1983-84, it cost the state's poultry industry about 17 million birds and $65 million, said...

Growing Arooga's moving HQ to Swatara Township

Arooga's Grille House & Sports Bar, the casual Dauphin County restaurant chain known for its wings and wall-to-wall televisions, will soon call...

Work starting on Lititz co-working space

A new co-working space is taking shape in Lititz with hopes to open by the end of the summer.

Whitaker fundraiser sets bigger target

Fresh off a record haul, a 15-year-old fundraiser for Harrisburg's Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts is setting its sights even higher.

Business momentum builds in Linglestown

Business momentum builds in Linglestown

The casual observer may hear Linglestown and say: “That small town with the roundabouts?”

Attorney general files suit against Golden LivingCenters, cites poor conditions at midstate facilities

Citing "deceptive" business practices and poor care conditions that were "chronic and widespread," the state attorney general's office has filed a...

Wagman breaks ground on $16M senior-living cottage project

Manchester Township-based Wagman Construction Inc. broke ground this week on a $16 million senior-living project in Montgomery County.

Unilife and OrbiMed amend debt financing agreement

Unilife Corp. announced Tuesday that its debt agreement with OrbiMed, a health care-dedicated investment firm based in New York, has been amended.

Gettysburg business owners deal with Confederate controversy

Gettysburg business owners deal with Confederate controversy

Here's a recap of a few things that happened last week when the controversy over the Confederate flag reached fever pitch:

A Conversation with Dale Hamby

premium content A Conversation with Dale Hamby

Dale Hamby is executive director of the Lancaster Workforce Investment Board. He has served as special assistant to the state secretary of Education and has taught at various educational institutions, including Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology where he continues as an adjunct. He served as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Army, and he founded and owned a company that provided imagery and GIS to government and commercial clients.

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