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Mid Penn to buy western Pa. bank

Mid Penn to buy western Pa. bank

Mid Penn Bancorp., parent of Mid Penn Bank, has entered an agreement to buy The Scottdale Bank & Trust Co. in Westmoreland County.

Vineyard hopes growing music festivals draw more visitors to Dauphin County

Blues Traveler to headline one of three summer events at The Vineyard & Brewery at Hershey

The Vineyard & Brewery at Hershey has brewed up a new family festival and is expanding its summer music acts, which should drive even more visitors...

After tax incentive blocked, Hershey project developers explore options

A proposed mixed-use project in the heart of downtown Hershey may still happen as planned despite a school board's vote against a tax-incentive plan...

The Millworks makes top 100 OpenTable list

One of the top 100 restaurants in the country, according to restaurant reviews submitted through OpenTable, is right here in Harrisburg.

Midstate manufacturers eyeing worker shortage, automation projects

Midstate manufacturers eyeing worker shortage, automation projects

By CPBJ Staff

A dearth of skilled workers, rising health care costs and evolving technology are among the industry changes weighing on the minds of manufacturers...

First year shows demand for women's business organization, leader says

Eighteen of the midstate's most influential businesswomen gather for three hours every month to help each other prosper.

York's RSDC buys former Cobblestone's building

Firm agrees to buy it for $300,000 at Monday auction; a restaurant likely at building, but nothing ruled out, official says

The former Cobblestone's building in downtown York has "so much potential, and in a location that's really becoming an attractive area for...

Lancaster tech firm to pitch insurance software in San Francisco

A local software company is putting Lancaster on the map this week at an insurance technology conference in San Francisco.

Pa. can do more to promote trade skills, panel says

Pa. can do more to promote trade skills, panel says

Companies dealing in skilled trades have more job openings than qualified people to fill them.

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What does the future hold for local construction companies?

Many midstate construction companies expect President Donald Trump to keep his word regarding U.S. infrastructure spending, according to data...

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