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Should your business take a snow day?

Should your business take a snow day?

Schools do it. Government offices do it. Should businesses also take snow days?

Similar budget themes expected as political divide worsens

Wolf address on tap for Tuesday

With a growing number of moderate state lawmakers opting not to seek re-election this year — many citing the rise of bruising partisanship in...

Downtown Inc executive director resigns

Sonia Huntzinger, called a key to city revitalization efforts, departing for new job in March

Revitalizing a downtown like York's “doesn't just happen organically,” Sonia Huntzinger said.

Former credit union CEO embezzled more than $250,000

The former CEO of a York County credit union embezzled more than a quarter-million dollars from the institution, which merged with another credit...

Getting a leg up on fundraising

Getting a leg up on fundraising

Every time you're trying to raise support for your nonprofit and a potential donor says no, “that 'no' just gets you closer to 'yes,'”...

Church & Dwight enjoys strong 2015

Firm with York County plant has been 'a good find,' officials agree

One of York County's larger employers had a good year financially in 2015.

Pa. eHealth Partnership Authority could be folded into human services department

The Pa. eHealth Partnership Authority would merge into the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services under Gov. Tom Wolf's proposed budget for the...

State loan program aims to help seniors, people with disabilities

New initiative designed to widen options for housing

It's designed to “help people to live full, independent lives on their own terms,” according to Gov. Tom Wolf.

F&M looking to grow loans in Cumberland County

F&M looking to grow loans in Cumberland County

F&M Trust Co. wants to increase its loan portfolio, and it has set its sights on a high-profile midstate area: Cumberland County.

Lancaster packaging firm receives state loan for new building

Lancaster packaging firm receives state loan for new building

Perry, Franklin county projects also share in low-interest loans
‘Venom’ comes out of retirement

premium content ‘Venom’ comes out of retirement

HR director takes her lumps on roller derby track

Keystone Human Services names successor for long-serving chief

Charles Hooker to take over for Dennis Felty, Harrisburg nonprofit's leader since 1972
A Conversation with Barbara Randazzo

premium content A Conversation with Barbara Randazzo

Barbara Randazzo was named dean of Elizabethtown College’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies in December, after serving as interim dean. She came to Elizabethtown in 2000, and in 2011 became assistant dean of enrollment management.

Trends favor steady expansion for water company

premium content Trends favor steady expansion for water company

Business development director: Firm in position to continue growth
'Big boy land' of capital markets has legitimized Ollie's

premium content 'Big boy land' of capital markets has legitimized Ollie's

Discount retailer finding better deals after going public
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