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Audit intensifies call to cut fees at school employees' pension fund

Few people are going to debate it over Memorial Day burgers this weekend, but the state of Pennsylvania's public school employees' retirement fund...

Yesterday's top story: Senate Plaza implosion slated for Saturday morning

The long-awaited implosion of the vacant six-story Senate Plaza office building off Erford Road is scheduled for Saturday morning, according to East...

Non-profit Safe Harbour in Carlisle names new president, CEO

Source: PennLive

The board of directors for Safe Harbour, Inc. has selected Scott K. Shewell as the next president and CEO of Safe Harbour, effective August 1.

Merger of prisons, parole agencies hits opposition in House

Source: WITF

Governor Tom Wolf's bid to merge the Department of Corrections and the Board of Probation and Parole is hitting another wall of resistance.

Trump blasts ‘very bad’ German carmakers over U.S. sales

Source: Bloomberg

German carmakers found themselves at the receiving end of renewed attacks by President Donald Trump, who reportedly chided them for selling too many...

Pennsylvania Turnpike expects 2M vehicles over holiday

Source: WITF

Officials anticipate more than 2 million vehicles will use the Pennsylvania Turnpike during the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

List: Kinsley, by far, is midstate's largest general contractor

Kinsley Construction Inc. remains the midstate's largest general contractor by a wide margin, according to a new national list compiled by trade...

Yesterday's top story: Senate Plaza implosion slated for Saturday morning

The long-awaited implosion of the vacant six-story Senate Plaza office building off Erford Road is scheduled for Saturday morning, according to East...

Former transportation manager convicted of stealing $153K in one-dollar bills still on CAT pension list

Source: PennLive

More than two decades ago, Capital Area Transit's then-manager of transportation stole $153,000 from the authority - mainly in the form of one-dollar...

City Council criticizes Giant's handling of East End supermarket closure

Source: LNP

Giant Food Stores’ handling of the closure of its supermarket on the east side of Lancaster isn’t winning the company any fans in city...

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