Recent Articles from Ioannis Pashakis
York-based architectural firm Mulá group is opening a new location in Lancaster, headed by a director of operations with years of experience in the county.
Sheetz will begin accepting digital currencies like Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin and Dogecoin through digital currency payment company Flexa.
Penn State Health will hire approximately 300 people as it nears the Oct. 1 opening of its Hampden Medical Center in Hampden Township, Cumberland County.
The sharp hiring rebound in March indicated that economic pain from the pandemic continues to decline, but one factor in Lancaster and Lebanon County continues to vex some employers—filling open positions, including part-time jobs.
Lancaster-based Fulton Bank is set to train its employees to meet the housing needs of underserved areas in the midstate through a partnership with a national mortgage banker association.
Columbia Borough Council plans to move forward with the approximately $1.5 million purchase of the 57-acre McGinness Property, former home of a small airport, and the municipality’s last large tract of land.
UPMC Pinnacle is dropping “Pinnacle” from the names of three of its central Pennsylvania hospitals as part of a systemwide rebranding.
An Egyptian convenience store and gas station company plans to open 25 Duck Donuts locations after signing a master franchise agreement with the Mechanicsburg-based chain.
York Electrical Institute and the Manufacturers’ Association in York County and Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture in Dauphin County were awarded part of $2.8 million in grant funding through the state’s Schools-to-Work Program, or STWP.
Camp Hill-based industrial services company Harsco Corp. now generates 82% of its revenue from environmentally focused segments, the company announced in its 2020 sustainability report.
Gov. Tom Wolf renewed the state’s 90-day Proclamation of Disaster Emergency on Thursday for the fifth time since the pandemic began last year.
JFS Wealth Advisors, a Mercer County-based wealth management firm with offices in Camp Hill and Lancaster, is set to acquire a competitor that will grow the company into the greater Philadelphia area and Georgia.