Two local organizations are teaming up with an eye on capturing gold in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, which are slated to begin Aug. 5.Read More »
Women in Business
State officials have launched a loan program to help out small businesses owned by women, minorities and veterans.Read More »
Sometimes you meet leaders who have some incredible stories to share. This one story places us in Delaware, in a car, with a mom who just had it with the whining.Read More »
Kate Deringer Sallie was due to have her first baby. It was about 10 years ago and she was working for a law firm that did not have a maternity leave policy.Read More »
Carolyn Warman never gets tired of hearing about servant leadership.Read More »
For two years, York attorney Sara A. Austin knew she'd be in this position as president of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.Read More »
Sue DeStephano is president and CEO of First Capital Federal Credit Union in York. She studied communications in college and has been involved in the credit union industry for 26 years. She started at First Capital as a loan officer, rising to loan manager before serving more than a decade as vice president of lending. She worked most recently as vice president of operations.Read More »
As the director of career services at Lancaster's Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, Laurie Grove sees her share of students who are “on the cusp of not making it.”Read More »
It began with horse-riding lessons but word of mouth has made it something more.
Today, Little Springs Farm offers recreational equine therapy to children and their families who have suffered through traumatic experiences.
The 25-acre farm, which straddles the border of Lancaster and Berks counties, was born out of Cindy Martin’s lifelong love of horses and her empathy for people in need.
"Nothing gives me greater pleasure than seeing a...