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Penn State Hershey looking to buy Reading-based health system

Source: PennLive.com

A Penn State board of trustees committee on Friday will consider a proposal to buy St. Joseph Regional Health Network in Berks County.

Hoober to buy more Good Enterprises land for $1.64M

Source: LancasterOnline.com

The year-long dismantling of Good Enterprises is coming to an end, with its last hard assets being sold to a neighboring business.

Midstate saw big moves in 2014

Source: CPBJ.com

Who was in the market for a Central Pennsylvania mansion or a chunk of land this year? We know some of you were, and maybe you still are.

U.S. Women's Open in Lancaster set to break ticket-sale records

Source: PennLive.com

Golfers are about seven months away from taking a swing at a national championship, but the 2015 U.S. Women's Open at Lancaster Country Club is...

Arthur & Daughters launches made-in-York tailored clothing line

Source: YDR.com

Tailored, locally made clothes may seem new to the generation that grew up buying velour track suits and designer jeans mass produced overseas. But...

Vartan Group tables rezoning plan while waiting for impact studies

Source: PennLive.com

The Susquehanna Twp. Planning Commission won't discuss the Vartan Group's rezoning proposal for Progress Avenue and Linglestown Road at its Dec. 22...

Windstream sharpens plan to spin off telecom assets into REIT

Source: LancasterOnline.com

Windstream has finetuned its plan to spin off telecommunication system assets, the firm said Thursday.

Public Utility Commission grants Lyft license to operate

Source: TribLive.com

Ride-sharing company Lyft can operate in Pennsylvania if it meets insurance and safety standards, regulators said Thursday.

York biodiesel plant moves a step closer with RDA vote

Source: YDR.com

York's Redevelopment Authority voted Wednesday to negotiate a development agreement with two entrepreneurs who seek to turn a long-vacant, RDA-owned...

Three Pa. organizations identified as among 'America's Worst Charities'

Source: PennLive.com

Charities based in Harrisburg, Lancaster and Port Trevorton have been identified as among the worst in America for spending more to raise money than...

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