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Yuengling goes deep into Sam Adams territory

Source: The (Allentown) Morning Call

D.G. Yuengling & Son Inc. is extending its reach deeper into New England, the stronghold of one of its biggest rivals: Sam Adams brewer Boston Beer... Full Story »»

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Pennsylvania to lend itself up to $1.5 billion because of low cash flow

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The money will be borrowed from the treasury’s short-term investment pool and steered to the general fund. Legislative Democrats say the borrowing is a bad sign for the state’s fiscal health, and doesn’t bode well for revenue collections over the next two years. Read More »»

Jolt of financing resurrects long-stalled Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center

Source: The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News

After years of fits and starts and five appearances on the sheriff's sale list, the long-stalled Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center has new life. Read More »»

SDL board moves ahead on corporate sponsorship of facilities

Source: Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

At a board meeting Tuesday night, school directors approved a contract with Market Street Sports Group, of Lancaster, to seek sponsorships and naming rights for district facilities. Read More »»

Syncreon workers ratify new contract

Source: York Daily Record/Sunday News

Syncreon is a major subcontractor for Harley-Davidson, doing sub-assembly work for Harley's manufacturing plant in Springettsbury Township. Members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers approved the contract by a vote of 326 to 147 in voting Monday and Tuesday. Read More »»

DORMA Americas moving HQ from Reamstown to Lancaster

Source: Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

DORMA Americas hopes to occupy the 570 Lausch Lane space of 9,000 square feet in mid-October. Read More »»

Lower Paxton approves Newside Road townhouses after developers beef up safety features

Source: The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News

Lower Paxton Township supervisors voted 4-1 Tuesday in favor of The Townes at Galway, a proposed 17-unit townhouse neighborhood off Newside Road, after developers pledged to paint fire lanes along a private loop street inside the complex and redesign curbs and sidewalks so that fire trucks could park on them. Read More »»

Find out 2014's best places to work in PA

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

Companies volunteer to have their employees surveyed by Best Companies Group, a division of the Business Journal's parent company, Journal Multimedia. Read More »»

Heinz production returning to Pittsburgh, with baby food

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Pittsburgh food company confirmed this week that it has arranged with Bay Valley Foods, which is part of Illinois-based TreeHouse Foods, to have baby food made on the North Side under the Heinz name. Read More »»

These 10 nonprofit executives make more than $1 million

Source: TheStreet

Just because someone works for a nonprofit, doesn't necessarily mean they're doing it for free. A structured organization has a board of directors and a chief executive officer -- and for that tip-top management, it means paying up for the high quality work. Read More »»

U.S. can’t get enough sugar for Dum Dums with import curb

Source: Bloomberg

Spangler Candy Co. saw last month just how tight and costly U.S. sugar supplies are. For the first time in at least 38 years, the company couldn’t get the sweetener it needed to make Dum Dum Pops and candy canes. Read More »»

Budweiser's parent firm wants to buy Miller's parent company

Source: The Washington Post

There's a global beer behemoth in the works. Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world's largest beer maker by volume, is preparing to offer as much as $125 billion for SABMiller, which sells Castle, Miller, Peroni and Foster's. Read More »»

Companies look overseas to find customers for ethane

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

As drillers have tapped the liquids-rich areas of the Marcellus, Utica and other shale plays, they've faced a quandary: There’s a lot of ethane coming out of the ground and not a lot of places to use it. Read More »»

Stambaugh Ness Business Solutions acquires firm in Reston, Va.

Source: York Daily Record/Sunday News

Stambaugh Ness Business Solutions, a Springettsbury Township technology consulting firm, has acquired Acuity Business Solutions LLC of Reston, Va. The purchase price was not disclosed. Read More »»

Cumberland County firm specializes in geotechnical and telecommunications services

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

Ed Balsavage has no desire to be all things to all people. Read More »»

Eleven applicants met Monday's deadline to become Harrisburg's next city treasurer

Source: The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News

City officials still must review the applications to verify whether each applicant is eligible. Applicants must be 21 years old, have lived in the city for at least one year, and have accounting experience. Read More »»

Donegal Group critic to pay $80,000 to settle SEC allegations of late filings

Source: Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

A disgruntled Donegal Group shareholder will pay $80,000 to settle allegations that he was late filing required documents with the Securities & Exchange Commission. Read More »»

Work on North Annville Township development to begin soon

Source: Lebanon Daily News

After nearly eight years of planning, construction is set to begin on a commercial development along Route 422 between Annville and Palmyra. Read More »»

Dauphin County has 'no choice,' can't freeze hotel tax money to National Civil War Museum

Source: The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News

Dauphin County's solicitor on Friday issued a legal opinion that rejected Mayor Eric Papenfuse's request to freeze hotel money flowing to the National Civil War Museum, saying the county's hands are tied. Read More »»

New to the helm, Highmark's Holmberg talks evolving organization

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

Highmark Health is hopping these days, and no one knows that better than its new president and CEO, David Holmberg. Read More »»

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