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First Friday Lancaster

Posted by:admin on May 11, 2012

Every month, thousands of people stroll through Lancaster enjoying First Friday, an evening of art, music, food and special promotions at more than 100 downtown venues. Merchants say the event not only showcases the city's thriving arts and cultural scene but also has a major economic impact.

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OTC-5-11-Hively-employees-at-ForSight-Sign

Posted by:admin on May 11, 2012

Hively Landscapes employees Brian Waltersdorf and Allison Koerner work on the area around the ForSight Vision sign. Twenty-five Hively Landscapes employees took part in a volunteer day of service at ForSight Vision in Spring Garden Township to refurbish ForSight Vision’s property. Photo/Submitted

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Corrections/Clarifications

Posted by:admin on May 11, 2012

In a sidebar to the May 4 article, “Examining the cost of health care reform,” on page 6, the figure referring to the number of employees a small business needs to receive up to a 35 percent tax credit was incorrect. A business with 25 or fewer employees can apply for the credits available.

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Lift Inc. grows despite flat sales

Posted by:admin on May 11, 2012

A material handling equipment company based in Lancaster County has seen flat sales for the past 18 months. But its employee base is larger than ever, and it's come through the recession with a pickup in all of its other areas of business, leadership team members said.

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Sound off

Posted by:admin on May 11, 2012

Last week’s question: Has the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act affected your business? Why or why not?

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