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As Wolfgang Candy rebuilds, manufacturer adds products

As Wolfgang Candy rebuilds, manufacturer adds products

By Joseph Deinlein

A York County-based candy-maker will have two new products in Costco Wholesale stores in the Midwest and Target stores nationwide in the next two months. Full Story »»

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Groundbreaking set for $24M health center in Lebanon County

Lancaster General Health, Orthopedic Associates of Lancaster and North Pointe Surgery Center will break ground Monday on a health center in North... Read More »»

PennDOT selects out-of-state team for $899M bridge replacements

A massive statewide bridge replacement project worth $899 million was awarded to a construction group headed up by firms from California and Illinois. Read More »»

Comcast, Burnham Holdings both up in Q3

A local manufacturer and a cable giant released third-quarter earnings reports this week. Read More »»

Keystone Villa retirement community expands to Ephrata

Keystone Villa, a retirement community with two locations in Berks County, has opened a third in Lancaster County. Read More »»

Behind the List with Phil Guarneschelli

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Penn State medical students leading the way

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Physicians say Obamacare contracts squeeze pay

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Pulling credit history legal for employers, but should it be?

Ask any celebrity who has been embroiled in a public controversy and they'll...

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Keeping up with technology worth the added work

I have a new favorite app – or I would if I could figure out a use for it.

Main Dish with Erica

The Jackson House: The best little burger joint on this side of the Susquehanna

For years, my underground foodie sources have been talking up the burgers at...

Real estate with Jeff

Slowing your home down

During the thought process preceding a major remodel project a few years, I was...

Midstate native comes home to lead PricewaterhouseCoopers office

Midstate native comes home to lead PricewaterhouseCoopers office

By Michael Sadowski

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP has named Steven Haffner managing partner of the firm's Harrisburg office. Full Story »»

West Shore market boosting startup eateries

West Shore market boosting startup eateries

By John Hilton

Chef Pippa Calland has cooked in New York, Italy and Southern California. She knows how the restaurant industry eats up young entrepreneurs. Full Story »»

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Lancaster County Business Report 2014
From the addition of an archery academy, a new laser tag facility and the expansions of Trop Gun Shop and The Volleyball Corner to the recent announcement that next year’s U.S. Women’s Open golf championship will be held in the area, Lancaster County’s business community has been experiencing many victories. Find out how these sports and leisure activities are playing out for the local economy.

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