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In Manheim Township, plans for old Stehli silk mill building still uncertain

In Manheim Township, plans for old Stehli silk mill building still uncertain

By Heather Stauffer

It's coming up on seven years since developer Matt Bupp and a partner purchased the old Stehli & Co. Silk Mill in Manheim Township, and exactly what the spacious facility's future holds is still uncertain. Full Story »»

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Uses for old bank: Restaurant, event space, museum

A group of about 25 business, higher education, development and government representatives met last week to discuss the future of the former Citizens... Read More »»

Geisinger searches for new CEO as part of succession plan

Danville-based Geisinger Health System, which is in the process of taking on Holy Spirit Health System as an affiliate, today announced it has begun... Read More »»

Mt. Holly Springs group tackles downtown improvement

A group of Mt. Holly Springs volunteers is hoping a downtown improvement project will prove worthy of major grant money that will help improve the... Read More »»

Zillow to acquire Trulia for $3.5 billion in stock

Source: Bloomberg

Zillow Inc. agreed to purchase Trulia Inc. for $3.5 billion in an all-stock deal that is designed to make the combined entity the largest in online... Read More »»

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A little bite of Venezuela in Harrisburg

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Members 1st's Bob Marquette named CEO of the year

Members 1st's Bob Marquette named CEO of the year

By Michael Sadowski

The National Association of Federal Credit Unions named Members 1st Federal Credit Union boss Bob Marquette as CEO of the year. Full Story »»

If standing meetings thrive, can walking be far behind?

premium contentIf standing meetings thrive, can walking be far behind?

By Heather Stauffer

Despite the concept's prevalence in national publications, the walking meeting has not yet taken Central Pennsylvania by storm. Full Story »»


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