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Housing developer in Silver Spring Township berated for 'breaking promises'

Source: PennLive.com

Before the Woodbridge housing development plan in Silver Spring Township was approved by supervisors on Wednesday night, the developer was grilled...

York gets a second co-working space

Source: YDR.com

Royal Square Development & Construction cuts the grand-opening ribbon Thursday on its new co-working space aimed at the growing ranks of freelancers,...

Thriving biotech industry still a midstate secret

Source: CPBJ.com

Central Pennsylvania native Fritz Bittenbender couldn't believe it when he saw it.

Behind the scenes: What it takes to pull together Lancaster Chamber's annual dinner

Source: LancasterOnline.com

It took a year of work to make Freedom Hall in the Lancaster County Convention Center so quiet and tidy Wednesday morning.

Gregory Hess found not guilty in murder-for-hire trial

Source: PennLive.com

A visibly relieved Gregory Hess walked out of York County Court, still a free man, after a jury found him not guilty on charges that he conspired to...

Massive coal breaker, Pennsylvania's last, is coming down

Source: The Associated Press

When coal was king, its castle was the breaker — an imposing fortress that crushed, washed and sized billions of tons of Pennsylvania...

SEPTA plans to spend $154 million on new locomotives

Source: Philly.com

The electric locomotives would replace eight aging engines operating on the Lansdale-Doylestown, Paoli-Thorndale, Trenton, and Wilmington-Newark...

Rutgers hired to monitor jobs created with tax incentives

Source: The Associated Press

Rutgers University is getting the job of analyzing how the tax incentives being used to attract and keep businesses in New Jersey are working.

Harvey's recovery from arson shows how businesses can gird for disaster

Source: LancasterOnline.com

When Harvey’s Main Street BBQ in Mount Joy was set ablaze by arson last summer, owners Harvey and Stephanie Schademan say they were in a state...

Think Loud offers York property for park

Source: YDR.com

The owner of a vacant property on East Walnut Street in York expressed interest in donating it to the city or a nonprofit organization for a park.

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