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HP relocating East Pennsboro Township office

HP relocating East Pennsboro Township office

California-based Hewlett-Packard Co., which already has operations in East Pennsboro Township, is relocating its local workforce of 500 to 600 people...

Grammy winner John Legend, local award winners highlight Lancaster chamber dinner

Although weather issues grounded his plane and made him late for his speaking engagement, singer, songwriter and actor John Legend received an...

Sen. Casey seeks federal help to prevent bird flu in Lancaster County

U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) called for the Senate to provide “appropriate” funding for bird flu diagnosis and prevention Thursday, citing...

Lancaster County businesses American Axle & Manufacturing, Forever 21 to close

Axle maker American Axle & Manufacturing and fashion retailer Forever 21 are both shuttering Lancaster County operations in July.

Quality Bicycle Products thriving in new distribution center

Quality Bicycle Products thriving in new distribution center

Dave Smith, the site manager at Quality Bicycle Products in East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, won't say how much the parts that his facility...

Midstate businesses get nearly $1M in Small Business Advantage Grants

Gov. Tom Wolf today announced that more than 30 businesses in the midstate will soon install energy-efficient or pollution-prevention projects with...

Apio expansion receives LERTA approval, could add 250 jobs

Guadalupe, Calif.-based Apio Inc. officials described plans Wednesday for an expansion of the company's Penn Township plant that could add 250 jobs...

What Google just announced is a bombshell

Source: Bloomberg.com

The company demoed a new feature of its Android OS which allows its Now service (a dashboard of notifications focused on your life and interests) to...

Telemedicine poll shows insurance, patient barriers

Telemedicine poll shows insurance, patient barriers

A recent poll by the Pennsylvania Medical Society shows that patients overwhelmingly prefer in-person doctors' appointments over telemedicine options.

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