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Carlisle Regional faulted after patient falls and dies of head injury

Source: The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News

An unattended Carlisle Regional Medical Center patient fell and sustained a fatal head injury in February, according to the Pennsylvania Department... Full Story »»

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Track5Media launches AllTruckJobs.com

Source: Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

Track5Media, a Lancaster-based technology company that builds online job recruitment portals, has launched AllTruckJobs.com, a website for the... Read More »»

'Ski' taking HACC to its next phase

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

John Sygielski just finished his third year as president of Harrisburg Area Community College, a tenure marked by extensive, and sometimes painful,... Read More »»

Smokers need not apply: anti-tobacco policy no hazard for Geisinger

Source: The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News

Geisinger Health System has seen no decline in applicants or in its ability to fill positions since it began screening out nicotine users in early... Read More »»

Brewpub in downtown Red Lion getting ready to open

Source: York Daily Record/Sunday News

Greg Bentley and Jim Waller are getting ready to open a brewpub called Black Cap Brewing Company in the building on West High Street that dates back... Read More »»

Recent Morning Roundup News

Energy sector powers Pa. pace

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Google Maps opens business doors to online views for shoppers

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Capital One: Millennial small-business owners growing, hiring

Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

Developers want to turn former Keystone Color Works building into luxury apartments

Source: York Daily Record/Sunday News

Hanover-Adams questions ethics of WellSpan's tobacco-free hiring

Source: The (Hanover) Evening Sun

Mexican bulk-food distributor to open in Greenfield

Source: Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

Red Rose Transit Authority looks at merger, expanded routes

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

Harrisburg parking revenue fell short of expectations, but covered obligations

Source: The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News

Berry Plastics cutting 10 jobs at former Kerr Group facility

Source: Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

Women small-business owners struggle to get loans

Source: The Associated Press

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