Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick has always felt there was much society could learn from the dead — not only how they died, but how we should live.Read More »
Time will tell whether Pennsylvania tilts red or blue in the coming presidential election, but there's no doubt who's No. 1 in another contest: What job pays the most in the Keystone State.Read More »
Pittsburgh-based Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, the commonwealth's top residential real estate brokerage, can now call itself the third-largest real estate company in the country after a merger with RealtyUSA, the top broker in the state of New York.Read More »
Don't expect Central Pennsylvania's industrial real estate market to hit a ceiling anytime soon, as demand for space continues to outstrip supply, according to the latest market research by real estate firm CBRE Group Inc.Read More »
New legislation approved this week will protect cancer patients in Pennsylvania from paying more for oral treatments.Read More »
Investing in herself is the most terrifying thing Mary Katie Engle has ever done.Read More »
Residents and businesses in the 717 area code have two opportunities next month to offer state regulators input on how to deal with the looming end of available phone numbers for the region.Read More »
It's go time for the Amish PAC.
With the presidential contest tightening in several swings states, including Pennsylvania, the Virginia-based political-action committee has launched its first advertisements intended to encourage Amish voters to hit the polls in November in support of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Harrisburg-based Reynolds Enterprises Inc. recently completed construction of the 16,000-square-foot Milton and Catherine Hershey Conservatory at Hershey Gardens in Derry Township.Read More »
Cannabis advocates are collaborating to start two companies designed to advance the hemp and medical marijuana industries in Pennsylvania.Read More »
Drayer Physical Therapy Institute of Swatara Township will pay $7 million over a five-year span to settle federal claims of fraudulent health care billing.Read More »