The Paradise Township Sewer Authority broke ground on a $6 million wastewater treatment plant expansion project which will nearly double its capacity.
East Penn Manufacturing of Lyons Station will have to pay more than $22 million to the Department of Labor (DOL) for overtime wages it failed to pay more than 7,500 of its employees.
The U.S. Commercial Service is reopening its office in Harrisburg after 12 years.
Dallastown-based Tri-Boro Construction Supplies is being acquired by a Virginia-based construction supply group.
Barton Associates Inc. announced that Maple Engineering PLLC, a 17-person firm in Raleigh, North Carolina, has joined Barton Associates.
Chambers of commerce and businesses across Pennsylvania are urging the Shapiro Administration and the state’s House and Senate to undertake permitting reform.
A Rockford, Illinois wealth management company has acquired Lancaster-based Domani Wealth.
Armed with research that Pennsylvanians want more access to alcoholic products, a new alliance will advocate for statewide changes.
U.S. Ambassador to Germany, Dr. Amy Gutmann was in York to discuss German investment in the United States.
Wolf Home Products has expanded its partnership with New Holland-based Key-Link Fencing & Railing to service select midwestern states.
IEC Pennsylvania, the state chapter of Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC), is accepting applications for its next electrical apprenticeship class.
A small business venture led its founder to connect his love of baseball with custom designing cleats for members of the Philadelphia Phillies.