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HACC raises staff pay, cuts tuition for in-state students

HACC raises staff pay, cuts tuition for in-state students

Harrisburg Area Community College students living in Pennsylvania will pay 1 percent less in tuition next school year under a budget adopted by the...

Shippensburg to offer doctorate in business administration

University gets state approval to offer program; to begin in fall 2018

Shippensburg University has received approval to begin offering the only accredited doctor of business administration degree in this region.

What are the best businesses in Central Pa.?

Want to give a shout-out to your favorite general contractor? Think your credit union is the best in the region? Sing the praises of your...

premium content A Conversation with Brian Grimm

Executive director, York Day Nursery

Brian Grimm, 39, was named executive director of York Day Nursery in February. He spent 15 years with Martin Memorial Library and the York County...

Millersville University president announces plans to retire

Millersville University president announces plans to retire

After a 44-year career, John Anderson said it's time "to pursue some personal interests and projects."

Expect more tech hubs in Harrisburg because of HU

Harrisburg's tech boom of the last few years may not be over.

York College names coordinator to work against sexual assault

York College has named its first coordinator of sexual assault education and programs.

West Shore eyeing decade of small tax hikes to pay for modern school facilities

School board expected to vote May 11 on facilities plan

West Shore school directors are expected to vote May 11 on a facilities plan that could cost the district nearly $250 million and require small...

Camp Hill hires new school superintendent

Camp Hill hires new school superintendent

A former Camp Hill elementary school principal is now the district's superintendent.

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