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Little Amps adding third location in Harrisburg

Little Amps adding third location in Harrisburg

Little Amps Coffee Roasters, which opened its first coffeehouse in Midtown Harrisburg in 2011, expects to open its third city location this fall in...

Five things to know about Hershey Medical's role in CRMC's ER

On Aug. 1, the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center's emergency department began helping with management of the emergency department at Carlisle Regional...

BB&T closes Susquehanna merger, eyes job cuts

Susquehanna Bancshares Inc., the largest bank holding company based in the midstate, officially is no longer a midstate company, after closing a...

New labor deal keeps Lancaster County Kellogg plant open

A new five-year master contract between the Kellogg Co. and its workers includes a five-year moratorium on plant closings, ensuring that its East...

Gibson has made almost $6M in S&T stock sales since merger

Gibson has made almost $6M in S&T stock sales since merger

Following through on plans disclosed last week, former Integrity Bank President and CEO Jim Gibson made $3.2 million from the sale of an additional...

Carlisle Rite Aid store sold for $5M; drugstore chain cracks $2B in July sales

The CBRE Inc. team of Matthew Gorman and Michael Shover recently sold Rite Aid stores in Carlisle and Philadelphia, the former selling for $5 million.

See the finalists for our 2015 Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies list

Each year, the Business Journal sends out surveys to find the fastest-growing companies in Central Pennsylvania, then honors the top 50. Here are...

Former Hershey Med Center research technologist indicted for fraud

A federal grand jury charged a former Hershey Medical Center research technology with one count of health care fraud and two false statements in...

Armstrong names executives for flooring spin-off, reports Q2 earnings

Armstrong names executives for flooring spin-off, reports Q2 earnings

Armstrong World Industries Inc. unveiled more of the executives expected to lead its flooring operations after it is spun off into a new company.

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