Cumberland County-based Harsco Corp. said today it has cut a deal worth $375 million to provide mill services for China's Hebei Iron & Steel Group, the second-largest steel producer in the world.Read More »
We have some houseguests with us this week — a family from our old haunts in Southern California (where the sky is blue every day and budgets have even less meaning than in Washington). They are on an extended vacation using their travel trailer (look it up if you’re not sure) and currently are parked in our driveway.Read More »
A social services provider in York and Adams counties has reached an affiliation agreement with Eastern Pennsylvania-based Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems, according to a news release.Read More »
The state Senate has unanimously voted for a House bill requiring that new regulations be analyzed for their impact on small businesses.Read More »
The state Senate is expected to take action today on a bill that would give Pennsylvania the ability to lease transportation assets to private firms so they could be rebuilt.Read More »
Rite Aid Corp. will pay up to $20.9 million to settle allegations it misclassified assistant store managers and co-managers as exempt employees in order to avoid paying them overtime, the midstate-based pharmacy chain said Monday.Read More »
Forest Thomer didn't assault a physically disabled person. He didn't even verbally heckle her. Nonetheless, Cincinnati police charged Thomer with disorderly conduct after he used the word "crippled" to promote a comedian with muscular dystrophy. Continue reading
A Montgomery County tree-management company that recently made the move to franchising has set its sights on growing up and down the East Coast, including in Central Pennsylvania.Read More »
Leonardo da Vinci is known for having invented machines that were far ahead of their time. More than 40 of his original designs will be...Read More »
The British government unveiled legislation Wednesday to give investors more say on the pay packages of senior corporate executives, a key milestone in a shareholder rebellion that has been rippling through the U.K. in recent months.
Officials of Allegiant Air visited Lancaster Airport last week to see what changes would be needed to accommodate its 150-seat jets here.
Steady population growth aided by a diversified industry base in Central Pennsylvania has helped drive expansion efforts and significant revenue increases for various support businesses.