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Seth Obetz partners with Shipley to launch Seth Energy

Seth Obetz partners with Shipley to launch Seth Energy

Former Worley & Obetz executive Seth Obetz is joining Shipley Energy as general manager of a new division of the York-based energy company, Shipley...

State panel set to begin hearing on Grandview

The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission begins a hearing this afternoon to look into alleged discrimination at Grandview Golf Club in York County.

The Wenger Group names new president and CEO

Phil Rohrbaugh, a former executive at Fulton Financial Corp., is the new president and CEO of The Wenger Group.

State House authorize studies of sexual harassment

Democratic lawmakers urge more action

The state House passed two Republican-backed resolutions that launch studies of sexual harassment and misconduct claims in the state Capitol, but...

Harrisburg entrepreneur eyes downtown Lancaster for popcorn company

premium content Harrisburg entrepreneur eyes downtown Lancaster for popcorn company

After three years in the Broad Street Market, gourmet popcorn vendor Mark Wieder is eyeing downtown Lancaster as the place to bag his next growth...

Waste processor ERC converts industrial building into new Lancaster County HQ

Residual waste processing company Environmental Recovery Corp., also known as ERC, has converted a former industrial building on its property into...

Report: Pa. hospital admissions for opioid overdoses fall

Local hospitals cite fewer prescriptions, more outreach

Hospital admissions for pain medication overdoses fell 2.2 percent between 2016 and 2017 while heroin-overdose hospitalizations continued to climb,...

On time: Pa. House passes $32.7B state budget with no tax increases

Awaiting Senate action, Gov. Wolf has indicated he will sign the budget

The state House on Wednesday overwhelmingly passed a $32.7 billion state budget that Gov. Tom Wolf has already indicated he will sign if it clears...

Former owner of Dauphin County payroll firm sentenced for stealing $5.7M from clients

Former owner of Dauphin County payroll firm sentenced for stealing $5.7M from clients

A former Dauphin County business owner has been sent to state prison for stealing nearly $6 million from hundreds of business and nonprofit clients...

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