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Best brews in Pa.? Pennsylvania Farm Show beer judging held Friday

Best brews in Pa.? Pennsylvania Farm Show beer judging held Friday

The best craft brews in Pennsylvania will be announced at the Pennsylvania Farm Show in January, the first time beer has been judged at the annual...

State to accept 60 hemp research projects in 2019

The state Department of Agriculture is accepting a bumper crop of applications for what will be its third year of overseeing hemp research projects.

premium content Glatfelter to cut expenses following recent sale

Glatfelter intends to eliminate between $14 million and $16 million in corporate expenses by the end of 2019, including a potential cut to its...

premium content Deals reshape office supply business

The office service and supply industry in Central Pennsylvania has been getting a redesign as larger companies buy smaller rivals in a bid to expand...

Rescue plans floated for TMI, other Pa. nuclear plants

premium content Rescue plans floated for TMI, other Pa. nuclear plants

By Thomas A. Barstow, contributing writer

A legislative caucus is recommending steps to save the nuclear energy industry in Pennsylvania, with caucus members saying action is needed to...

Armstrong sells wood flooring plants for $100M to focus on vinyl

Armstrong Flooring Inc. has agreed to sell its wood flooring business by the end of the year to a New York-based private equity firm.

premium content Job cuts weighed at Dentsply Sirona

York-based Dentsply Sirona Inc. intends to make a number of cuts as part of an effort to get the worldwide maker of dental implements and products...

Best places to work, best CPBJ party of the year

The Central Penn Business Journal's annual Best Places to Work program is arguably one of our favorite nights of the year.

Hampden Township manufacturer approved for $571K state loan to buy facility

Hampden Township manufacturer approved for $571K state loan to buy facility

A popular state lending program will help a Cumberland County manufacturer buy its building and expand production and storage space.

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