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Small businesses face steep health insurance price hikes


If the Affordable Care Act is doing anything to make care affordable for small business, that’s news to Phil Garber, president and co-owner of...

'Massive undertaking' to plan, pay for inauguration day activities


Planning for Gov.-elect Tom Wolf's inauguration is underway, which leaves event coordinators two months to prepare a ceremony, gala and other...

New LCB store set to open along Route 15 in Dillsburg


The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board will open a Fine Wine & Good Spirits store in a former Dillsburg car dealership.

Windstream spares Lancaster County in new round of job cuts


Windstream said Thursday it will eliminate 350 jobs by Dec. 1 but none here.

Health care gold mines: outpatient centers rack up big profits in Harrisburg area and all over Pa.


Pennsylvania outpatient surgery centers continue to clear about $25 on every $100 they take in, and remain far more profitable than regular hospitals.

Auctioneers see uncertain future


James “Max” Fishel has been around the auction game his entire life. The Lancaster County man knows what he'll see when he scans the...

Retailer signs lease for Franklin Center


The parent company of TJ Maxx and Marshall's has signed a lease for a location in Chambersburg.

Federal Reserve to review its oversight of big banks

Source: The Associated Press

The Federal Reserve said Thursday that it will review how it oversees the nation's biggest banks amid criticism that it has grown too close to the...

Developer wants to acquire Citizens Bank building and Pullman apartments


Brickbox Enterprises wants to redevelop the former Citizens Bank branch into a restaurant-bar, up to 10 residential units and gallery space for local...

Mid Penn Bank eyes E-town for first Lancaster County branch


Mid Penn Bank of Millersburg has asked the state Department of Banking’s permission to open a branch at 2305 S. Market St., Elizabethtown.

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