Honors, designations and recognitions
The sounds of machinery are once again echoing down Third Street in Columbia, and William Ashley said he thinks his great-grandfather would be pleased.
Justin Miller was deliberate when he chose Cumberland County for the location of his family's fourth Pennsylvania store in the Miller's Surplus Home Center chain.
The recession has put pressure on all segments of the workforce, and
people with developmental disabilities have not escaped the
consequences of its effects, including layoffs and budget cuts.
It can be difficult to bring businesses and unions to the same table
without at least one issue creating acrimony between the groups. But
that's been changing for the better of everyone, union heads and
company executives said.
Even as the real estate market crashed in 2008, Howard Hanna Real
Estate Services Inc. sold 22 percent more houses than it did in 2007
when the market was not as troubled.
The reconstruction of Wormleysburg's Edgewater District along
the Susquehanna River will begin tonight with a groundbreaking ceremony for a public plaza at the entrance to
the Walnut Street Bridge.
Dirt is moving on a long-awaited project in Newberry Township,
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded a $23 million
contract to Dillsburg, York County-based construction firm Lobar Inc. to build
an armed forces reserve center in Scranton.
A land deal expected to close this month in Hampden Township, Cumberland County, will help consolidate some state Corrections Department functions.
David Dickson, director of the U.S. Small Business Administration's eastern Pennsylvania office, will speak to businesspeople Sept. 28 about how the federal economic stimulus package is being used in Pennsylvania and its opportunities for businesses.
Swatara Township-based Highway Equipment & Supply Co. opened its second location in Lancaster County on June 8.