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Grants seek to lower barrier to recovering from opioid-use disorder

Grants seek to lower barrier to recovering from opioid-use disorder

A new state grant program is aiming to help people battling opioid use disorder to secure and maintain housing.

premium content New map could aid fight against poverty

Leaders of local anti-poverty organizations are excited about a new, interactive, map-based tool that traces the roots of social ills such as poverty...

premium content Anti-hunger effort reports progress in Lancaster County

Three years after a coalition formed to end hunger in Lancaster County, the group reported significant progress toward its goal and announced the...

premium content Compliance boom: Lancaster software firm sees rapid growth

Mike Montali was heading from Florida to Central Pennsylvania in 2011 to take a job as a law firm consultant when he responded to a Craigslist ad...

A Conversation With: Jason Klock

premium content A Conversation With: Jason Klock

By Jennifer Deinlein

Jason Klock, 31, deejayed his first school dance while he was in junior high and parlayed that passion into a career, founding Klock Entertainment,...

Anne Druck: Another once-in-a-lifetime career opportunity

Anne Druck believes lightning can strike twice. After all, it struck twice in her professional life.

$50K in grants help drive tourism in York County

Grants from the York County Tourism Grant Committee will help fund more than $50,000 worth of county-related promotion.

In tight labor market, employers step up job-fair game

Year after year, the York County Economic Alliance holds a career fair. This year, it's the job-seekers in the driver's seat.

Entrepreneur would be first person of color with statue in York

Entrepreneur would be first person of color with statue in York

A statue to commemorate the life of William C. Goodridge, a prominent 19th-century York entrepreneur who helped free slaves through the Underground...

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