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College dedicates comprehensive resource for student veterans

WILLIAMSPORT, PA – Pennsylvania College of Technology dedicated its Veterans and Military Resource Center on Nov. 10, choosing a solemn weekend of remembrance to invoke the memory of an impressive “fellow soldier.”  More...

Altoona’s reservoir system to receive national recognition

ALTOONA, PA - The American Water Works Association has recognized the City of Altoona’s Reservoir System as an “American Water Landmark”.  More...

People

CATA names Kimberly Fragola assistant general manager for operations

STATE COLLEGE, PA. - Kimberly Fragola has been appointed as the assistant general manager for operations The Centre Area Transportation Authority (CATA). More...

Conemaugh Meyersdale welcomes emergency medicine physician

JOHNSTOWN, PA – Vishwanath Khajuri, MD recently joined the Conemaugh Meyersdale Medical Center as an emergency medicine physician.  More...

Pulmonologist joins J.C. Blair medical staff

HUNTINGDON, PA – Robert Gillio, M.D. has joined J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital’s medical staff as a pulmonologist. More...

Niche industry experts key to growing accounting firms

Technology is revolutionizing the accounting industry. More...

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Banking Outlook 2018

Bank executives keep a close eye on the uncertain federal regulatory landscape

Rising interest rates, an eased regulatory environment for business and industry, the promise of significant corporate tax cuts, a low unemployment rate, and an optimism among business owners that may no longer need to be prefaced by the word “ More...

National economy continues to grow as tax reform’s future remains unclear

As the national economic picture continues to improve, business owners in Pennsylvania have become increasingly optimistic about their bottom line for 2017 and the projections for growth in sales and hiring for 2018.  More...

Economic recovery misses majority of Americans as wealth gap widens

(AP) – Incomes are up, the stock market is soaring, and home prices have largely recovered from the mortgage meltdown. But Americans still haven’t regained all the wealth they lost and, on the whole, are worse off than in 1998.  More...

Community (County Spotlight)

Indiana County stays on the move by “always planning for the future”

Spotlight on Indiana County

Manufacturing is seeing a renewal, but there is one issue. Because American manufacturers have begun producing more complex products to stay competitive, the new manufacturing jobs are no longer able to be filled with only high school graduates. More...

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