A new apartment complex is under construction in Dover, York County.
McNees Wallace & Nurick announces black owned businesses as the 2023 winners of its Legal Equity Advancement Program
Harrisburg-based McNees Wallace & Nurick announced the 2023 winners of its Legal Equity Advancement Program, with 10 Black-owned businesses each receiving a grant for one year’s worth of free legal services from the firm.
Dollar General stores in Adams, Franklin and Dauphin counties are the latest in the corporations' operations to be sited by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for safety violations, resulting in close to $268,000 in penalties.
Investments in workforce development, technical training, and apprenticeships highlighted Lt. Gov. Austin Davis’s visit to Tec Centro.
A ribbon-cutting was held May 4 to celebrate the grand opening and open house of York County Food Bank and its warehouse relocating to
Brian Jackson, chairman of McNees Wallace and Nurick, talks about LEAP grants for black-owned businesses
Brian Jackson, 54, joined McNees Wallace and Nurick in 1994 as an associate in its labor and employment practice group
Tighter standards and weaker demand for commercial and industrial loans highlighted the 2023 Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey on Bank Lending Practices.
Contractors are being sought to build the new Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Academy.
Pennsylvania is stepping up its fight against blight and doing so in bipartisan fashion.
Dr. Karen Kim, vice provost for research at the University of Chicago, will take over the role from Dr. Kevin Black, who has served as interim dean since 2019, effective Sept. 1. Kim is the Sara and Harold Lincoln Thompson Professor of Medicine, associate director of community outreach and engagement for the National Cancer Institute-designated […]
The law firm with locations in Lancaster, York and Berks Counties, said that the new practice will focus on liquor law and the unique legal needs of businesses that provide alcoholic beverages in Pennsylvania.
A vacant building that had formerly housed a discount grocery chain has been purchased by Moove In Self Storage for a conversion project.