7 hrs ago
The Daily American
Two Somerset County businesses recognized with governor's awards
Two Somerset County businesses received an award Thursday that recognizes Pennsylvania business owners' contributions to the state's economic development.
8 hrs ago
The Lebanon Daily News
Photos: Open Day for the Farmers Market in Hershey
Photos from the opening day of the Farmers Market in Hershey. The market, located at 1214 Research Blvd, Hummelstown, is open every Thursday from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., May 23 - October 31.
13 hrs ago
Life & Health: Midlevel Providers
With upcoming physician shortages, and an increasing demand for quality healthcare, changes are on the horizon for the healthcare industry.
14 hrs ago
98 Degrees Studio Session: Watch 'Microphone'...
With a full-fledged comeback highlighted by a new album and upcoming arena tour, reunited boy band 98 Degrees stopped by the Billboard studio earlier this month to perform their new single, "Microphone," and discuss the long road that led to their first extended collaboration in over a decade.
18 hrs ago
Dr. Christine Weld receives 2013 Central Pennsylvania Young Optometrist of the Year award
Dr. Christine M. Weld of Weaver Eye Associates West York office has been recognized by her peers as the 2013 recipient of the Central Pennsylvania Young Optometrist of the Year award.
22 hrs ago
Hitting a High Note: Pine-Richland Middle School Choirs Earn Top Awards
Pine-Richland Middle School choirs earned top awards at the "Music in the Parks" choral competition in Hershey on May 10-11. In all, 15 choirs from throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New Hampshire and New York competed at this event.
Tue May 21, 2013
The York Daily Record
Our take: A fitting tribute to Gov. George Leader
Last week, former Gov. George Leader was laid to rest near his adopted home of Hershey - though, of course, he had strong connections to York, from which he emerged as the only governor spawned by our community.
Mon May 20, 2013
GVSU's Cunningham solid on day one of NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championship
Junior Chris Cunningham turned in a first-round 76 in round one of the 2013 NCAA Division II National Championship.
Hershey Holds First Open Innovation Summit
The Hershey Co. hosted earlier this month its first annual Global Partner Summit, an open innovation forum that is part of the company's key strategy of using innovation to drive global growth.
The Lebanon Daily News
Driver killed in 1-car crash: Police & Fire Log for May 20
One person was killed and another severely injured in a one-car accident on Interstate 81 south in East Hanover Township early Sunday morning.
Sun May 19, 2013
Distractions can increase surgeons' potential for mistakes
Just how much attention your surgeon pays to tasks in the operating room can be affected by a number of distractions, recent research suggests.
Rotary International District 7390 exhibits community projects
The projects ranged from free eye exams to providing freezer and water filtration systems to village in Africa to medical missions.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Otago Daily Times
Patents big step for cancer-test maker
Dunedin-based cancer diagnostic company Pacific Edge has added China to its growing list of countries recognising patents on its products.
Former Curry Mill in Hershey could open as restaurant
The former Curry Mill in Hershey, which once ground grain for farmers, could become a 207 seat restaurant and nightclub.
Thu May 16, 2013
Former Pa. Gov. Leader recalled as caring, innovative
Eric Conner, of Lancaster, wears a George Leader button from his inauguration in 1955 during the funeral for the former governor at Derry Presbyterian Church in Hershey Thursday.
The Medical Minute: Genetic testing for breast cancer risk
Actress Angelina Jolie announced Tuesday that she had a double mastectomy after learning she had a genetic mutation that predisposes for breast cancer .
2 stole $500 in cosmetics in Hershey, police say
Police are working to identify two people suspected of stealing more than $500 worth of cosmetics from the Giant food store in Hershey.
Body found in Susquehanna ID'd as missing Harrisburg man
A body pulled from the Susquehanna River at the Safe Harbor Dam in Lancaster County earlier this month has been identified as that of a suburban Harrisburg man who went missing in February.
Funeral held for former Gov. George Leader
Leader was 95 when he died May 9 at the Country Meadows retirement home in Hershey, one of the many retirement homes he and his wife started.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Gov. George Leader funeral services to be held today
The funeral services for former Pennsylvania Gov. George M. Leader, a York County native, will be held today in Hershey.