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York doctor voted president-elect of American Academy of Family Physicians

York doctor voted president-elect of American Academy of Family Physicians

By Heather Stauffer

A family doctor hailing from the York area has been voted president-elect of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Full Story »»

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Lebanon County logistics park sold; project to bring 1,000 jobs

Clarion Partners, a leading U.S. real estate investment manager, has acquired the former I-81/I-78 Logistics Park, a planned 129-acre, two-building,... Read More »»

PBA names Daniel Durden as CEO

The Pennsylvania Builders Association has named Daniel Durden as its new CEO, replacing Jennifer Casey, who announced her resignation in August. Read More »»

Folmer, Wagner: Unions major roadblock in Capitol

State Senators Mike Folmer (R-Lebanon) and Scott Wagner (R-York) talked about legislative dysfunction in Harrisburg and called out members of their... Read More »»

Business: Investors pulling money from shale put brakes on Wall Street-funded boom

Source: Bloomberg.com

Energy stocks led the plunge earlier this month in U.S. equities and the cost of borrowing rose. The Energy Select Sector Index is down 14 percent... Read More »»

The Pa. election: Medicaid expansion vs. Healthy Pa.

The Pa. election: Medicaid expansion vs. Healthy Pa.

Drayer Physical Therapy adds locations

Drayer Physical Therapy adds locations

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The Pa. election: Medicaid expansion vs. Healthy Pa.

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Dauphin County Land Bank Authority expanding efforts

Dauphin County Land Bank Authority expanding efforts

By Jason Scott

Dauphin County adopted a land bank ordinance in May 2013 with the goal of targeting blighted properties in its smaller municipalities. Full Story »»

PPL seeks to power Brunner with natural gas

PPL seeks to power Brunner with natural gas

By Joseph Deinlein

PPL Corp. has started a process that could mean its coal-fired Brunner Island facility would be able to burn natural gas. Full Story »»

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