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Lancaster businessman donates $50,000 to the Red Cross to help fire victims

Lancaster businessman donates $50,000 to the Red Cross to help fire victims

CPARC's Gurreri retiring after 37 years

CPARC's Gurreri retiring after 37 years

New Team PA leader talks road tour in hopes of bridging gaps between public, private sectors

New Team PA leader talks road tour in hopes of bridging gaps between public, private sectors

Nonprofit News

Water Street Health Services: New dentistry model will help victims of abuse

Water Street Health Services is joining several partners to study a new model of dentistry that treats people who suffer from traumatic triggers, which impact dental health. Read More »»

York-based Stewart & Tate affiliate wins $30M contract for Maryland School for the Blind

The Baltimore affiliate of a York-based construction company has won a $30 million campus improvement contract at the Maryland School for the Blind. Read More »»

Buckler on the job at Lebanon chamber

Gregory Buckler started as the president and CEO at the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce on Monday, and even weeks before the start date, he knew just how full his calendar would be. Read More »»

Newsmakers: Nonprofits

Businesses featured this week: American Heart Association, Children’s Aid Society Southern Pennsylvania Read More »»

Conestoga Wood's legal legacy still unclear

Whether Religious Freedom Restoration Act claims will proliferate following the Supreme Court's recent ruling in favor of Conestoga Wood and Hobby Lobby, as dissenters warned, has yet to be seen. Read More »»

$800K to bring Communities in Schools to York City students

Gifts and grants totaling more than $800,000 will bring Communities In Schools to five York City schools for three years beginning in September, three local organizations announced today. Read More »»

Lancaster businessman donates $50,000 to the Red Cross to help fire victims

Lancaster County businessman John Byler lived through a fire two years ago at his Manheim Township home. Read More »»

CPARC's Gurreri retiring after 37 years

The Arc of Cumberland and Perry Counties announced today that Executive Director Vincent "Jim" Gurreri will retire Aug. 29 after 37 years of service at the nonprofit. Read More »»

USGBC Central Pennsylvania Chapter hires new executive director

The Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council has hired Eileen Reavey as its executive director, replacing Robert Price, the organization announced today. Read More »»

Hampden Township approves plans for a Sikh Society temple

The Hampden Township commissioners approved plans last week for the Sikh Society of Harrisburg to build a worship center at 1800 Good Hope Road. Read More »»

Newsmakers: Nonprofits

Business featured this week: Horizon Initiative Read More »»

Questions remain after Conestoga Wood ruling

Midstate legal experts expect limited impact from the precedent-setting ruling Monday that says Lancaster County-based Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. cannot be required to provide contraceptive coverage against the religious objections of its Mennonite owners. Read More »»

Health care report 2014: Obamacare comes to mental health

It’s too early to say how much Obamacare will change the mental and behavioral health and substance abuse industry, but leaders here are hopeful. Read More »»

Newsmakers: Nonprofits

Business featured this week: Cultural Enrichment Fund Read More »»

Awards

Industries featured this week: Arts, designations, education, government Read More »»

In brief: Local law students get national pro bono award

A group of students at Penn State's Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle won the national Pro Bono Award from Super Lawyers for working with the Children's Advocacy Clinic in the borough. Read More »»

New Team PA leader talks road tour in hopes of bridging gaps between public, private sectors

From financial institutions to the retail world, Laura Williams has made a career of connecting business and community. Read More »»

Riggs to lead Economic Development Co. of Lancaster County, EDC Finance Corp.

Lisa Riggs, a former president of both the Lancaster Barnstormers baseball club and the former James Street Improvement District, today was named president of both the Economic Development Co. of Lancaster County and its sister organization, the EDC Finance Corp., effective July 14. Read More »»

United Way of Lancaster County announces leadership changes

United Way of Lancaster County announced today that it has a new chief development officer as well as a recently appointed interim president and CEO. Read More »»

Awards

Industries featured this week: Associations, banking and finance, designations, nonprofits, real estate, technology Read More »»

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Special Editions

Construction & Real Estate Report - Fall 2014

Construction & Real Estate Report - Fall 2014

Lancaster County Business Report 2014

Lancaster County Business Report 2014
From the addition of an archery academy, a new laser tag facility and the expansions of Trop Gun Shop and The Volleyball Corner to the recent announcement that next year’s U.S. Women’s Open golf championship will be held in the area, Lancaster County’s business community has been experiencing many victories. Find out how these sports and leisure activities are playing out for the local economy.

United Way of the Capital Region 2014

United Way of the Capital Region 2014
Now more than ever, our community counts on United Way of the Capital Region (UWCR) and its safety net of services. From food pantries to life-sustaining medications, UWCR supports more than 80 programs and services that are needed to keep Central Pennsylvania strong. Learn more about this positive force in our region and how you can help.

Business Profiles 2014

Business Profiles 2014
As Babe Ruth once said, “Never let the fear of striking out get in your way.” That’s true for baseball, and it’s true for business, especially for the 44 companies featured in this publication. Whether they have more than a century of business under their belts or just a few years, these companies are all stars. Armed with winning business plans, dedicated teammates and a love for the game, they are simply worth watching (and reading about).

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