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Built to last: Long-standing businesses lay groundwork for York-Adams-Franklin future

Built to last: Long-standing businesses lay groundwork for York-Adams-Franklin future

By Maria Yohn, contributing writer

In 1676, Sir Isaac Newton was asked to reveal the secret of his success: “If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of...

McClure one of 11 service businesses that Talen Energy might sell

McClure Co., a Susquehanna Township-based mechanical contractor, could be sold as parent company Talen Energy Corp. explores a sale of its energy...

Grant could boost York County efforts to manage stormwater

Proposed stormwater authority would levy fees on property owners

York County leaders know their county contributes to pollution problems that have plagued local waters and the Chesapeake Bay in recent years.

PUC commissioner takes heat over 'jihad' remark

A member of the Pennsylvania Public Utility commission has drawn fire for accusing opponents of natural gas pipelines of waging "jihad" against...

Harsco enters into deal with UK water treatment tech experts

Harsco enters into deal with UK water treatment tech experts

Harsco Corp. has entered into a joint agreement with a UK leader in water treatment technologies for processing of steel mill waste.

Study: Ethane crackers could boost midstate plastics industry

Pennsylvania's shale gas regions can support up to four more ethane cracker plants, a new report finds, and state officials believe the fuel produced...

Early planning preceded Shipley retirement

How do you know when it's time to go?

Midstate awarded nearly $60M in liquid fuels funding

PennDOT doling out $466M for local roads statewide

Municipalities across five midstate counties will receive a combined $56 million in state funding to help maintain their roads and bridges.

Tension builds in Lancaster County as Atlantic Sunrise wins approval

premium content Tension builds in Lancaster County as Atlantic Sunrise wins approval

An underground highway for natural gas is being routed through Lancaster County, and tensions are building as a future of bulldozers and steel looms.

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