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Jack Giambalvo Mazda moving to state-of-the-art building in York

Posted by:Maria Shea on August 3, 2021

Jack Giambalvo Mazda is moving to a state-of-the-art facility at 1510 Whiteford Road, York, with sales opening on Aug. 9. The new location is about two miles west of the dealer’s present site on Industrial Highway in Springettsbury Township. The service department is expected to open on Aug. 16. The facility’s new design includes an ...

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Retro & Rad opens in New Cumberland offering vintage games and collectibles (access required)

Posted by:Cris Collingwood on August 3, 2021

Retro & Rad, selling nostalgia from the 1980s and 1990s, is open in downtown New Cumberland. Owner Kelly Donnelly said the store at 308 W. Market St., which opened in April, focuses on video games, toys and action figures, VSH tapes, cassette tapes, vintage clothing and electronics. It started as a hobby and grew into ...

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Moving with a toddler

Posted by:Bitsy McCann on August 2, 2021

Like every other mother out there, my kiddo amazes me constantly. It’s not even that she’s doing anything special (she’s just a toddler after all), but she looks at the world in this magical way with eyes that are new and fresh and inquisitive of everything around her.

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Employers Can Help Curb the Costs of Caregiving

Employers Can Help Curb the Costs of Caregiving

Posted by:btmadmin on August 2, 2021

For many in the workforce, a second job awaits at home: that of a caregiver to an aging or ailing parent or other family member. This unpaid role is especially common in Pennsylvania, given nearly 1 in 5 Pennsylvanians is 65 or older.

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