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Widener Law asks marketing firm to assess possible name change

Source: Delaware Law Weekly

Widener University School of Law has asked a marketing and public relations firm to seek insight from students, faculty and staff about a potential... Full Story »»

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Lancaster city policy change aims to give applicants with a criminal record a chance at jobs

Source: Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

On Wednesday, Lancaster city joined 13 states and 70 cities nationwide that have “banned the box.” The city will no longer include a... Read More »»

Cumberland County Commissioners pass funding agreement for CAT

Source: The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News

By unanimous vote Monday, Cumberland County Commissioners approved an agreement that spells out how Cumberland County and its partners, Dauphin... Read More »»

CMS launches Open Payments website

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

The data released today lists consulting fees, research grants, travel reimbursements and other gifts the health care industry — such as... Read More »»

North Hanover Mall sells for $15 million

Source: The (Hanover) Evening Sun

North Hanover Centre Realty and North Hanover Nassim purchased the North Hanover Mall for $15,260,000 in early September, according to a recent deed... Read More »»

Recent Morning Roundup News

Wilson College welcomes men, but state mum on co-ed approval

Source: (Chambersburg) Public Opinion

LBC sets international business conference

Source: Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

State organization to study impact of wind farms in Pennsylvania

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

FCC votes unanimously to scrap sports blackout rule

Source: The Wall Street Journal

EBay to split off PayPal

Source: Bloomberg

What Apple and Spotify still haven’t solved: Streaming doesn’t pay the bills

Source: The Washington Post

With acquisition, PNC set to enter IPO market

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Velocity incubator shows off startup capabilities in Allentown

Source: The (Allentown) Morning Call

Advocacy group seeks faster export approval

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Weis Markets beer cafe opens, focusing on local and regional beers

Source: York Daily Record/Sunday News

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