Ford Motor Co. is poised to shed one of its three remaining auto-parts operations, a move that would bring the auto maker a step closer to completing the global restructuring plan that helped the company return to profitability in the U.S.
The 19 chains tracked by Thomson Reuters reported a thin 0.8 percent increase in sales at stores open at least a year, missing the 1.5 percent gain that analysts were expecting.
The City of Harrisburg got a lucky break with the partnership between HACC and GreenWorks to move a stalled housing project forward.Read More »
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Julia Hearthway prosecutes business and workforce issues the way one might expect her to prosecute a fraud: Peel back the layers to find the skeleton of facts hiding under all the fatty assumptions.Read More »
Go big or get out. Beset by tightening margins, their options constrained by suppliers who demand exclusive relationships, many of Pennsylvania's independent farm equipment dealerships are facing that stark choice.Read More »
Send color event images to [email protected] Save photos at 300 dpi as TIFF or JPG files. Do not embed photos in Word documents. Photos sent through the mail will not be used or returned. Include the name, date and location of the event. Identify people from left to right.Read More »
Barry Ashenfelder, Lanco president and CEO, left, and Kayla Ketner, Lanco charity committee member, center, present a check for more than $4,000 to Lauren Monti, volunteer coordinator with the Humane League of Lancaster County. Lanco staff raised the money through fundraisers. Photo/SubmittedRead More »
Mid Penn Bank Regional Retail Manager Joe Rebarchak, left, presents $2,000 to Beth El Temple Executive Director Mike Schatz to support the synagogue’s educational programs. Photo/SubmittedRead More »
York Kia held a Ladies Month promotion for breast cancer awareness. As part of the promotion, the dealership donated $50 to the PA Breast Cancer Coalition for each new car sold, totaling $2,000. From left, Debbie Simon, JoAnn Graham, Heather Hibshman, Don Meluzio and Jeff Staub. Photo/SubmittedRead More »
U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster visits Life Lutheran Services in Chambersburg, touring the facility and speaking with participants and staff about the model of care offered. From left, John Faulk, Life participant; Shuster; and Melanie Furlong, Life community relations director. Photo/SubmittedRead More »
York Day Nursery broke ground on its 3,000-square-foot expansion at its 450 E. Philadelphia St. location. Pictured, from left, with children from York Day Nursery are Robert Kinsley, Mayor Kim Bracey, Al Gohn Jr., Catherine Repman, Meg Brubaker, Peter Brubaker and Sandy Brown. Photo/SubmittedRead More »