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PUC votes to deregulate Verizon landline service in urban areas


For the first time since the days of Ma Bell, the state's largest telephone company won the right Thursday to set its own prices for basic, landline...

City entrepreneurs plan 50-plus room Surveyor Hotel in downtown Lancaster


A 50-plus room hotel is planned for downtown Lancaster in the three-story building that now houses Teachers Protective Mutual Life Insurance Co.

Clarks Valley land sale rejected by Capital Region Water board


The Capital Region Water board of directors on Wednesday night rejected the proposed sale of 384 acres of land in Rush Township.

Warren Buffett says he wants to buy Utz in Fortune interview


Warren Buffett, the billionaire owner of Berkshire Hathaway, told Fortune that he was interested in buying Hanover-based snack maker Utz.

Tavern games too much of a gamble for many bar owners, lawmakers told


With only 38 of the 6,000 taverns operating in Pennsylvania now holding licenses to offer small games of chance, this gambling expansion in...

Meet York County's newest millionaire — maybe


The program also offered company stock options for "top insiders," those who got the most other people to sign up for the program. When Martin got...

Anthem data breach affects more than 750,000 Pennsylvania customers


More than 750,000 Pennsylvanians might have had personal information divulged in an expansive data breach at Anthem Inc., but it isn't clear how many...

FCC 'net neutrality' vote and what it means

Source: The Associated Press

Internet activists scored a major victory after the Federal Communications Commission agreed to rules that would ban service providers from creating...

Royal Square branches out to WeCo with West Market Street purchase


Royal Square Development and Construction has planted its flag in the WeCo neighborhood with their latest purchase.

State court referees local ATV dealer franchising fight, discounts 'ruinous price war' warning


Saying there's no evidence a "ruinous price war" will result, a divided Commonwealth Court panel has agreed to let the competition flow freely...

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