A Leola-based fashion purveyor and past contestant of Lancaster's Great Social Enterprise Pitch is striving to find her footing after her office and workspace in India were burglarized, she said.
A month after she announced her departure for the private sector, we now know where state Health Secretary Karen Murphy is going.
Attorney Kathy Granbois will lead the United Way of Lancaster County's board of directors for the next two years.
Contemporary American author, Sue Grafton, said, “Ideas are easy. It's the execution of ideas that really separates the sheep from the goats.”
Kathie Shafer of Messiah College thinks about how safe her 3,300 or so students are when they're online just as much as she does when they're walking across campus at night.
It wasn't long ago that prospective students got their image of a college through only printed brochure mailings, word of mouth or actual college visits.
Carolyn Dumaresq remembers one of the first Rotary meetings in which she had to decide what would be the reason for imposing a weekly fine.
It was June 1987. I was 18, had my high school diploma in hand and was ready to study journalism. I planned to be the next Connie Chung.
Even if you don't know Katie Smarilli by name, there's a good chance you've seen work produced by one of the companies she runs with her husband, Jim.
A young boy raised his hand for help during a computer club for children.
York County's top economic-development organization will have a new chair for its board of directors at the start of 2018.
Fiduciary rules, alternatives investments and cyber security. Oh my.