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Lancaster's ConnectedSign provides companies greater control of screens

Lancaster's ConnectedSign provides companies greater control of screens

By John Hilton

Outfitting your business with digital signage is no longer the expensive option it once was, said Loren Bucklin, vice president and chief technology officer with ConnectedSign in Lancaster. Full Story »»

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Harrisburg Habitat for Humanity announces leadership changes

Eve Wachhaus, longtime executive director of Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Harrisburg Area, is stepping down and will be succeeded by Bill Wood. Read More »»

Strength of Cumberland Valley School District drives steady commercial and residential real estate sales, development

Cumberland Valley School District recorded its largest September enrollment since 2005 as 80 students entered the district after the first day of... Read More »»

WellSpan, Good Samaritan continue on track for possible affiliation

WellSpan Health of York County and Good Samaritan Health System in Lebanon County continue their period of due diligence while working toward a... Read More »»

Pa. unemployment dips to 5.7 percent in September

Pennsylvania's unemployment rate in dropped to 5.7 percent in September from 5.8 percent in August, as 11,000 more people found jobs, and the number... Read More »»

M&T earnings down in Q3

M&T earnings down in Q3

It's not often banks make me think of '80s movie 'Soul Man'

It's not often banks make me think of '80s movie 'Soul Man'

A Conversation with Jay Shah

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Prepare yourself and your business for Ebola -- but don't panic

A healthy able-bodied man could be fine at lunch and dead by dinner. An...

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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...

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The new urbanism in Central PA?

I wrote about urbanism as a concept waaay back in 2007, and looking forward to...

IRS: Ongoing sequestration reduces some small business health care tax credits

IRS: Ongoing sequestration reduces some small business health care tax credits

By Heather Stauffer

The ongoing federal budget sequestration hasn't been in the news much lately, but the IRS recently noted that it will affect part of the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit program. Full Story »»

We will all pay to replace aging oil tankers

We will all pay to replace aging oil tankers

By John Hilton

It doesn't draw the same size headlines as some other current events, but within the world of transportation and energy, a looming crisis simmers. Full Story »»

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