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UPDATE: Integrity price looks high, but S&T CEO says company is 'very comfortable' with it

UPDATE: Integrity price looks high, but S&T CEO says company is 'very comfortable' with it

By Michael Sadowski

The $155 million price tag S&T Bancorp Inc. paid for Integrity Bancshares Inc. of Camp Hill admittedly looks a little high, S&T President and CEO Todd Brice said. Full Story »

Top Stories

• Alexander Building Construction Co. starts York Hospital emergency department expansion • Celadon acquires York County trucking firm, posts strong Q3 results • Karns to open biggest store yet in Lemoyne Nov. 13 • Former Integrity Bank branch manager sentenced for bank larceny • Donegal again shoots down Shepard idea

Featured News

• Alexander Building Construction Co. starts York Hospital emergency department expansion • Celadon acquires York County trucking firm, posts strong Q3 results • Karns to open biggest store yet in Lemoyne Nov. 13 • Former Integrity Bank branch manager sentenced for bank larceny • Donegal again shoots down Shepard idea

Banking & Finance

• Celadon acquires York County trucking firm, posts strong Q3 results • Former Integrity Bank branch manager sentenced for bank larceny • Donegal again shoots down Shepard idea • Johnson Controls, Hersha do well; NiSource falters • UPDATE: Integrity price looks high, but S&T CEO says company is 'very comfortable' with it

Construction

• Alexander Building Construction Co. starts York Hospital emergency department expansion • LG Health, F&M enter fourth phase of Northwest Gateway project • Hampden Township commissioners to hold public hearing on Trindle Road rezoning • Riverview Financial Corp. setting up shop near Harrisburg • Pension reform, privatization left undone- 2013-14 legislative session was 'productive,' but there were 'clear disappointments,' business leaders say

Education

• Former Chambersburg school to become mixed-use project premium content Behind the List with Phil Guarneschelli premium content Penn State medical students leading the way- Students going in the field to learn what patients' lives are like, how to navigate health systems • Folmer, Wagner: Unions major roadblock in Capitol • Multiple midstate projects receive state funding

Energy & Environment

• Parking garage LEDs to save HIA $33,500 annually • Tanger, Exelon, PREIT report Q3 earnings • Four midstate alternative energy projects get state grants • PUC gives half-hearted OK to Columbia pilot program • Pipeline company with ties to midstate merging subsidiaries

Government

• Act 89 grants to boost numerous Central Pa. transportation projects • Transportation projects in Adams, Lebanon counties receive state funding • September employment: Central Pa. adds 8,000 nonfarm jobs over the year CPBJ Extra Blog: #Getinthegame on Twitter • Panel: Hampden Township Navy base employs 4,500, has major economic impact

Health Care

premium content How is health insurance changing?- Central Pa. experts share their analysis premium content Physicians say Obamacare contracts squeeze pay • IRS: Ongoing sequestration reduces some small business health care tax credits • Survey: Two-thirds of Obamacare marketplace enrollees will change plans in 2015 • Observation status notice bill passes Pa. Senate

Hospitality & Tourism

premium content Awards • High Hotels opening TownePlace Suites in Cumberland County • Kinsley Construction part of team building $15M indoor waterpark and resort premium content A Conversation with Jay Shah • Lebanon Valley Expo Center finds new boss in former farm show chief

Manufacturing & Distrib

• Hershey, TE, Dentsply all miss on Q3 revenue estimates • Franklin Financial up, Armstrong down in Q3; GLPI ahead of guidance • State lawmakers pass legislation permitting electric vehicles premium content Editorial: Midstate at the heart of a recovering economy premium content Newsmakers: Manufacturing

Marketing & Advertising

• Karns to open biggest store yet in Lemoyne Nov. 13 • West Shore market boosting startup eateries premium content Newsmakers: Marketing • As Wolfgang Candy rebuilds, manufacturer adds products premium content The Whiteboard: Five ways to fine-tune your digital branding — because it won't tune itself

Nonprofit

• CILCP lands $425K pilot grant premium content Newsmakers: Nonprofits CPBJ Extra Blog: How supporting a nonprofit can benefit your business • Nonprofit employment rose during recession • Harrisburg Habitat for Humanity announces leadership changes

Real Estate

Real Estate Blog: Walkscore goes real estate – a walkability win • Underwater mortgages in the midstate: Cumberland County lowest at 3 percent • F&M Trust to consolidate branches in Franklin, Fulton counties • Midstate building permits down 21 percent through September premium content Newsmakers: Real Estate

Retail

• Interiors Furniture & Design opening third location in Lower Allen Township • Brent L. Miller Jewelers & Goldsmiths relocates • Giant to launch LNG truck pilot, open station • Sales training needs survey underway • Giant opens Hampden Township grocery store

Technology

• Select Security obtains $25M senior secured credit facility • Comcast, Burnham Holdings both up in Q3 premium content Newsmakers: Technology • Lancaster's ConnectedSign provides companies greater control of screens • Public radio takes aim at digital competitors

Transportation

• PennDOT selects out-of-state team for $899M bridge replacements • Swift, Knight, Penn National report Q3 earnings premium content Newsmakers: Transportation premium content In brief: Lower Allen rejects commercial parking restrictions • Lebanon County logistics park sold; project to bring 1,000 jobs

Most Popular

#1   Lancaster General Health explores closer relationship with University of Pennsylvania Health System #2   Select Security obtains $25M senior secured credit facility #3   Parking garage LEDs to save HIA $33,500 annually #4   LG Health, F&M enter fourth phase of Northwest Gateway project #5   Act 89 grants to boost numerous Central Pa. transportation projects

Blogs

Real Estate Blog: Walkscore goes real estate – a walkability win CPBJ Extra Blog: Oct. 31 is Supreme Court Conference Day

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