Nov 2, 2022

Elizabethtown College names new president

Elizabethtown College has named Betty Rider as the college’s 16th president. 

Oct 14, 2022

Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development breaks ground on $10 million expansion

Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development broke ground Friday on a $10 million expansion of its Lancaster County facility in order to serve more children with special needs. 

Sep 22, 2022

PennDOT to hold conference on contracting opportunities

PennDOT will host a one-day conference, Pathways to PennDOT on Oct. 18 to connect small, minority, women-owned and disadvantaged business enterprises (DBEs) with potential contracting opportunities at the department. 

Sep 9, 2022

Partnership offers students ability to complete law degree in six years

East Stroudsburg University and Widener Law Commonwealth finalized a partnership Thursday to offer students the opportunity to complete their undergraduate and law degrees in six years. 

Sep 7, 2022

Study: Focus of health care changed after pandemic

People are seeking a deeper and more meaningful relationship with their health care providers after enduring the global pandemic. 

Sep 2, 2022

Highmark Caring Place lends a hand to nurses in need

Nurses who work with patients with traumatic injuries often are so overwhelmed by caring for them, they sometimes overlook family, especially children at the bedside who are trying to cope. 

Aug 31, 2022

Electrical contractors association expands to become statewide

The Central Pennsylvania Chapter of Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) has expanded its footprint to become a statewide chapter of the national IEC association under its new identity IEC Pennsylvania. 

Aug 26, 2022

Mid Penn partners with WITF to promote DEI

Mid Penn Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mid Penn Bancorp, Inc., has partnered with WITF to inform and educate its employees and communities on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives within the Mid Penn Community. 

Aug 23, 2022

Grants available to train youth for agricultural jobs

The state Department of Agriculture is looking for applicants for $500,000 in PA Farm Bill Agriculture & Youth Grants for programs aimed at preparing youth for agricultural jobs. 

Aug 18, 2022

Project SPARK gets $94,000 grant to boost Lancaster County skilled workforce

Project SPARK, through the state’s Manufacturing PA Training-to-Career Program, has received new funding to help recruit and train 150 people to boost the skilled workforce in Lancaster County. 

Aug 16, 2022

COVID changed health care needs and how they are delivered

Wellness in the workplace has always been about encouraging healthy diets, exercise and overall care of the body. But the COVID pandemic has shown that is it much more. 

Aug 11, 2022

PA Aggregates and Concrete Association trains concrete finishers to fill PennDOT needs

The Pennsylvania Aggregates and Concrete Association of Harrisburg has trained nearly 1,600 concrete finishers through its Certified Concrete Finishers courses.