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Novey family donates land for park

CLEARFIELD, PA - In effort to enhance downtown Clearfield and redevelopment of the riverfront, Clearfield Borough Manager, Les Stott, announced the recent donation of land by Gladys Novey and Family to Clearfield Borough. More...

New training programs seeks to improve food safety at farmers markets

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA - Address­ing a problem revealed a few years ago by researchers in Penn State's College of Agri­cultural Sciences, Penn State Extension will test a food safety training program for farm­ers market vendors in select cities across P More...

Pleasant Hills Phase 2 funding source allocated

PLEASANT GAP, PA - Public of­ficials announced today that a key funding source was awarded for the construction of Pleasant Hills Phase 2, an affordable hous­ing complex in Pleasant Gap. More...

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First National Bank promotes four Pittsburgh area branch managers to vice president

PITTSBURGH, PA – First National Bank, the largest subsidiary of F.N.B. Cor­poration promoted four Branch Managers in its Pittsburgh Region to vice president. More...

Wang and Donahue receive collaborative grant to study bone healing

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – Yong Wang, associate professor of biomedical engineering in the Penn State College of Engineering, and Henry Donahue, profes­sor of orthopedics and rehabilitation at the Penn State Milton S. More...

Faculty member presents baseball research at hall of fame

WILLIAMSPORT, PA - A Pennsyl­vania College of Technology business fac­ulty member recently presented research regarding minor-league baseball ticket sales at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. More...

PA IMPACT award winners announced

HERSHEY, PA – Team Pennsylvania Foundation President Laura Williams rec­ognized 50 outstanding companies and entrepreneurs for creating jobs, develop­ing ideas, expanding into new markets and making positive contributions in lo­cal communities at the More...

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Accounting for the CPA shortage

Millennials shun accounting as boomer accountants retire

The demand for accounting and fi­nance professionals is anticipated to grow faster than the average for all in­dustries, with a predicted 18 to 26 per­cent growth rate, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. More...

Trends in accounting

Q&A with Larson, Kellett & Associates, P.C.

To gauge how current trends in ac­counting are playing out in the north cen­tral part of the Commonwealth, Pennsyl­vania Business Central contacted Bradley Kellett, a certified public accountant and co-founder of Larson, Kellett & Associ­ates, P. More...

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FOR THE RECORD

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