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Lemoyne distillery founded in honor of couple's late son

Dead Lightning Distillery will be part of Coakley's redevelopment in New Cumberland

New Cumberland residents Andrea and Eric Montgomery wanted to keep their late son's spirit alive, so they started a distillery.

Yesterday's top story: Coakley's revamp fuels hopes in New Cumberland

Within 36 hours of being newly elected mayor of New Cumberland, Doug Morrow was directing traffic in the 300 block of Bridge Street, the main...

Former Pa. governor Tom Ridge upgraded to serious, but stable condition

Source: YDR.com

Dave Ridge told yourerie.com that Former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge has been upgraded to serious but stable condition.

Weis Markets bids $317,212 for Lancaster County liquor license offered in statewide auction

Source: LancasterOnline

Weis Markets was the high bidder for a Lancaster County restaurant liquor license offered in the most recent statewide auction of expired licenses.

New extended stay hotel targets business travelers

Source: LVB.com

Rising out of former Bethlehem Steel land is a new hotel catering to guests seeking extended stays.

Nissan execs taking pay cuts over bogus vehicle inspections

Source: LancasterOnline

Nissan Motor Co. Chief Executive Hiroto Saikawa and other executives of the Japanese automaker are returning a part of their salaries to show remorse...

Regional pizza chain opens third restaurant

A new regional restaurant chain held a soft opening Wednesday for its third outlet, a location tucked into a shopping plaza in Springettsbury...

Yesterday's top story: Harrisburg University plans to build city's tallest tower

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is betting big on the future of the health care industry in Central Pennsylvania.

Poconos to get another hospital

Source: LVB.com

Competition between the region’s two largest health care networks is heating up as Lehigh Valley Health Network announced plans to break ground...

Trump Taj Mahal's transformation into new Hard Rock casino continues

Source: The Press of Atlantic City

From the gold accents to the over-the-top fountain that greeted guests, the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City looked more like a palace...

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