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STEM students tour Rock Lititz campus

premium content STEM students tour Rock Lititz campus

Five Rock Lititz companies gave more than 125 Pennsylvania high school students behind-the-scenes tours of their productions areas Thursday.

Roof collapses on Glen Rock apartment building, displacing dozens

Thirty-three people have been displaced following a roof collapse at an apartment building in Glen Rock, York County, this morning.

Pa. unemployment drops in April as job gains continue

After 10 months without a change, the state's unemployment rate fell slightly in April as job growth continued to pick up.

State to help fund Ephrata manufacturer's $2.4M expansion

More than $600,000 in state funds will help Spartan Motors Inc. expand its truck-body manufacturing facility in Ephrata to handle incoming work from...

A Conversation With: Joel Snyder

premium content A Conversation With: Joel Snyder

By Jennifer Deinlein

Joel Snyder, 51, joined RGS Associates in 1996 and is now part of the second generation of ownership, serving as managing principal.

New $10M retail center taking shape in Lower Paxton

Developer eyes mid-2019 for leasing, hopes to open spaces by late 2019, early 2020

A Dauphin County developer is hoping to start leasing restaurant and retail spaces next year for a new neighborhood shopping center slated for...

premium content Penn State Cancer Institute closes in on a milestone

Dr. Raymond Hohl is hoping to celebrate more in 2019 than his fifth anniversary as director of the Penn State Cancer Institute in Derry Township.

Landmark Homes breaks ground on mixed-use development in Mechanicsburg

After securing borough approval last month to begin construction, Lancaster County-based Landmark Homes has broken ground on the first phase of its...

As dairy farms struggle, poultry company's growth feeds interest in chickens

premium content As dairy farms struggle, poultry company's growth feeds interest in chickens

Two years ago, the first group of 72,000 chickens arrived on Terry Shuey's dairy farm in Bethel Township, Lebanon County.

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