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Harrisburg launching new mobile parking app on March 1

Harrisburg parking officials will be dropping mobile parking application Pango at the end of the month in favor of another app, called Parkmobile.

Yesterday's top story: New developer takes on stalled project in downtown Hershey

A stalled redevelopment project in the heart of downtown Hershey may soon be back on under a new owner with a new vision for a mixed-use complex that...

Easton Hospital sold to Boston health care company

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

Easton Hospital was sold to Steward Health Care LLC, a physician-led health care company based in Boston, according to a statement released late this...

Big banks to lobby for easing of suspicious activity reporting rules

Source: Reuters

America's largest banks are to propose a complete overhaul of how financial institutions investigate and report potential criminal activity, arguing...

Colin Jost of 'Saturday Night Live's' 'Weekend Update' stops by Wax on Wednesday at Tellus360

Source: LNP

Every Wednesday night, Nick Reiner spins vinyl records at Tellus360 for Wax on Wednesday. During this week's event, Reiner noticed a famous face in...

New coal mine will bring 70 jobs to Somerset County

Source: WJAC

The executive director of the Somerset Chamber of Commerce, Ron Aldom, said the Corsa Coal Corporation plans to open a new mine in Jenner Township.

Gander Mountain responds to bankruptcy rumors

Outdoor goods retailer Gander Mountain has fired back at reports that the company is headed for bankruptcy.

Yesterday's top story: New developer takes on stalled project in downtown Hershey

A stalled redevelopment project in the heart of downtown Hershey may soon be back on under a new owner with a new vision for a mixed-use complex that...

Two Berks cement, asphalt companies sold for $46.3M

Source: Lehigh Valley Business

One of the state's leading suppliers of construction materials has acquired EJB Paving & Materials Co. and Berks Products Corp. for $46.3 million.

Cambria County man announces plans to run for governor

Source: PennLive

A Cambria County resident who was one of more than 500 people furloughed in December when the state shuttered three unemployment compensation centers...

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