Recent Articles from Paula Wolf
Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. will begin a layoff of 57 employees in its decommissioned East Lampeter Township facility in Greenfield on April 28 as part of a preannounced closure.
Idea Coffee, which has two coffee shops in Mechanicsburg, opened a new one in Mount Joy Borough’s Florin Hill, at 100 Merchant Ave.
For the past seven years, the Sweigart Family Foundation in Lancaster County has supported the GIANT Teddy Bear Toss by donating a dollar to Children's Miracle Network at Penn State Health
The following liens were filed in Cumberland County by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue
York Catholic Middle & High School, which serves students in grades seven to 12 from York County and northern Maryland, is adopting a Family Customized Tuition plan to make private Catholic education more affordable.
In the 1920s, Modjeski joined forces with engineer Frank Masters, creating Modjeski and Masters, one of the world’s leading bridge engineering firms, now headquartered in Mechanicsburg.
Lancaster-based RKL LLP remains one of the most recommended tax firms in the nation, according to a Forbes survey.
Harrisburg-based ShellyLyons Public Affairs & Communications has been rebranded as Clear Point Communications as it adds two partners to its leadership team and expands into western Pennsylvania.
The Hershey Co. announced that it has completed the purchase of 1 million shares of its common stock from Hershey Trust Co., as trustee for the Milton Hershey School Trust, for approximately $240 million, or $239.91 per share.