Jun 11, 2018

Donegal’s top exec to retire

Donald H. Nikolaus is stepping down in September as president and CEO of Donegal Mutual Insurance Co. after 37 years at the helm.

Jun 8, 2018

Worley & Obetz files bankruptcy, faces class-action suit

Worley & Obetz filed for bankruptcy Wednesday and is now facing a class-action lawsuit filed by two former employees who allege the company violated a federal law that requires 60-day notice of mass layoffs.

Jun 7, 2018

Regulators OK merger of Mid Penn and First Priority

Mid Penn Bancorp Inc. and First Priority Financial Corp. said last week they have received all required approvals from regulatory agencies to complete their proposed merger.

Jun 5, 2018

Fulton and F&M Trust confirm credit loss due to Worley & Obetz

Fulton Financial Corp. Tuesday confirmed that Worley & Obetz Inc. is the borrower that caused the bank to lose millions of dollars. F&M Trust confirmed the same on Wednesday.

Jun 5, 2018

Worley & Obetz closes

Worley & Obetz - once one of Central Pennsylvania's largest private companies - has closed.

Jun 5, 2018

State pension system picks vendors for new savings option

Nearly a year after Pennsylvania lawmakers passed pension reform, the state's pension fund for school employees has selected vendors for the new 401(k)-style elements that will be available next year.

Jun 4, 2018

Worley & Obetz: What we know now

Last week brought news of a Lancaster energy company facing a fraud investigation and three Pennsylvania banks reporting multimillion-dollar losses. Here's what we know as of Monday morning.

Jun 1, 2018

Orrstown plans to merge with Mercersburg Financial

Orrstown Financial Services Inc. has announced plans to merge with Mercersburg Financial Corp., the holding company for First Community Bank of Mercersburg.

Jun 1, 2018

Unexpected succession: How Members 1st moved on after beloved leader’s sudden death

It was over the July 4th holiday weekend last year when George Nahodil received news of Bob Marquette's passing.

Jun 1, 2018

Utility rate cuts spare Columbia Water

A ruling by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission last week will bring relief to most utility customers statewide by cutting their rates to reflect recently lowered federal taxes.

May 31, 2018

New community bank planning summer launch in midstate

Andrew Samuel last year hinted he was coming back to the area, and today he made it official.

May 30, 2018

Former Carlisle diner owner sentenced to prison for income tax evasion

A former Cumberland County business owner is going to prison for income tax evasion.