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High Hotels opening TownePlace Suites in Cumberland County

High Hotels opening TownePlace Suites in Cumberland County

By Jason Scott

High Hotels Ltd., an affiliate of the High Real Estate Group LLC, is slated to open a 120-suite TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Lower Allen Township next week. Full Story »

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• Brent L. Miller Jewelers & Goldsmiths relocates • Carlisle officials study a tax increment financing plan to help redevelop sites • Giant to launch LNG truck pilot, open station • Fulton beats estimates for Q3; F.N.B. misses by a penny • Brethren Village considers low-income senior housing project

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• Fulton beats estimates for Q3; F.N.B. misses by a penny • Harsco names Peter Minan new CFO • Earnings: Harley down; Carlisle Cos., Liberty Property Trust up • York Traditions Bank up big in Q3; Codorus Valley also up • Baker Tilly explores how it will fit in midstate

Construction

• High Hotels opening TownePlace Suites in Cumberland County • Dauphin County Land Bank Authority expanding efforts • Brethren Village considers low-income senior housing project • Kinsley Construction part of team building $15M indoor waterpark and resort • Strength of Cumberland Valley School District drives steady commercial and residential real estate sales, development

Education

• Multiple midstate projects receive state funding premium content Newsmakers: Education premium content Awards • Harrisburg-based counseling service Mazzitti & Sullivan adds Lancaster office • ASK Foods leaders to underwrite LVC class eating trip to Italy

Energy & Environment

• Giant to launch LNG truck pilot, open station • New leadership at Voith Hydro in York County • Waste-oil heater manufacturer sizzles with 150 percent growth • PPL seeks to power Brunner with natural gas • PennEast pipeline gets prefiling approval

Government

• Gettysburg Battlefield gets $1.8M in preservation grants • IRS: Ongoing sequestration reduces some small business health care tax credits • Pa. unemployment dips to 5.7 percent in September • Twenty-seven midstate farms added to state preservation list • Table games revenue up overall in September; down at Hollywood Casino

Health Care

• Survey: Two-thirds of Obamacare marketplace enrollees will change plans in 2015 • Observation status notice bill passes Pa. Senate • Missed our health care reform live chat? Replay it now • Norland Family Practice joins Summit Health • Aetna consolidates Medicaid plans in Pennsylvania

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Manufacturing & Distrib

• Carlisle officials study a tax increment financing plan to help redevelop sites • Armstrong lowers annual outlook, citing price and capacity challenges, competition CPBJ Extra Blog: Go ahead, you can be jealous • TE Connectivity closes on $1.7 billion acquisition premium content Newsmakers: Manufacturing

Marketing & Advertising

• Brent L. Miller Jewelers & Goldsmiths relocates • Sales training needs survey underway • Lancaster Newspapers rebrand, change name • Giant opens Hampden Township grocery store premium content Newsmakers: Retail

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Retail

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Technology

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Transportation

• CAT officials to critics: Our finances are good • PennDOT to start $4 million job adding a retaining wall along Route 225 in Dauphin County • The truck stops here: When is it best to replace rigs? • CSX posts record Q3; J.B. Hunt also up • Lower Allen commissioners to consider commercial parking restrictions

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