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Attorney General asks to delay hearing on status of Office of Open Records' director

Source: The Associated Press

The Pennsylvania attorney general's office on Thursday asked for more time before a hearing about who should serve as director of the state Office of...

TEDxLancaster seeks speakers for 2015 conference


Organizers are seeking speakers for the second annual local "TEDx" event. It's scheduled for Saturday, May 16, at the Ware Center in Lancaster and...

Strawberry Square 2.0: More focus on housing


At the start of the year, Brad Jones assumed the role of president and CEO for the organization responsible for developing and facilitating much of...

Hanover women contributes to Grammy Award gift bags

Source: FlipSidePA.ccom

Grammy Award nominee Peter Kater enlisted the help of Hanover resident Trisha Bowden to make a gift for Grammy presenters and promoters.

Developer wants to buy space on York's square for outdoor cafe seating


A developer who is interested in opening a restaurant, commercial offices and apartments on Continental Square in York wants to acquire some...

Former Harrisburg City Treasurer John Campbell faces two new felonies


The Dauphin County District Attorney's office filed two more felony theft charges against former Harrisburg Treasurer John Campbell Wednesday,...

Patton Veterinary Hospital opens cats-only wing


This may come as a surprise, but as it turns out, cats don't really like going to the vet. Doctors at Patton Veterinary Hospital, 425 E. Broadway,...

Uber gains PUC approval to operate in most of Pa. for 2 years


The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission gave the green light Thursday to allow Uber to operate ride-sharing services across the state —...

Alibaba finally called out on counterfeits

Source: The Associated Press

For years, Alibaba was accused of failing to stamp out sales of counterfeit goods on its e-commerce websites. But Chinese regulators stayed silent,...

Gov. Wolf to sign order barring drilling of new oil, gas wells in state forests, parks


Oil and gas companies once again will be barred from drilling new wells under state forests and parks in Pennsylvania.

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