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State seeks applications for medical marijuana training program

State seeks applications for medical marijuana training program

Under state rules, doctors planning to recommend medical marijuana to patients in Pennsylvania and medical professionals planning to work for...

premium content Iconic Star Barn on its way to revival

A Central Pennsylvania barn was on the cusp of dilapidation. A local businessman saved it.

If you want to understand the allure of the Star Barn, look at the work of Lancaster artist David Brumbach.

Rite Aid opens new downtown Harrisburg store

As Rite Aid awaits regulatory approval of a proposed acquisition by Illinois-based Walgreens Boots Alliance, the Cumberland County-based drugstore...

Could legislative support be TMI's salvation?

Exelon Generation officials say they may look state lawmakers for solutions to keep the financially struggling Three Mile Island nuclear plant...

Workforce: How to sell York to job seekers

premium content Workforce: How to sell York to job seekers

Tanya Bealer grew up in York, but she recently learned some new things about her home.

Yorktowne now to reopen in phases extending into 2019

Rooftop lounge, second entrance still planned for what local leader says will be a 'gem'

York's refurbished Yorktowne Hotel will reopen in stages, starting in late 2018 and continuing through the first quarter of 2019.

Redevelopment plan surfaces for Wilbur factory in Lititz

The former Wilbur Chocolate factory in downtown Lititz appears destined for redevelopment under a new owner.

TMI at risk of early retirement after latest auction

Three Mile Island nuclear plant could be at risk of early retirement after again failing to sell its power in a regional electricity auction, the...

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Small Business Week: What do business owners see on the horizon?

As they celebrate Small Business Week along with peers around the country, a majority of small-business owners in Central Pennsylvania are...


Midstate manufacturers eyeing worker shortage, automation projects

A dearth of skilled workers, rising health care costs and evolving technology are among the industry changes weighing on the minds of manufacturers...