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Pennsylvania initiates state-run fracking chemical database PITTSBURGH, PA (AP) — By next summer, shale gas companies in Pennsylvania will be required to electronically disclose the chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing in a new state-run database. More...

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Way grant applications available

INDIANA, PA - The United Way of In­diana County is pleased to announce that funding is available through its grant pro­gram for eligible non-profit organizations that demonstrate a solid programmatic plan for meeting critical human service needs in I More...

Health group assists medical center with expansion

INDIANA, PA - Indiana Regional Medi­cal Center, a non-profit institution located in Indiana County, has engaged Aegis Health Group to assist in its efforts to expand their population health management programs.  More...

Lycoming Chamber of Commerce combines offices with Visitor Information Center

WILLIAMSPORT, PA - The Willliam­sport/ Lycoming Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Information Center have moved their offices into one location at the 102 West Fourth Stree in the former bank building on the corner of West Fourth and Pine Streets in do More...

PA Energy Games to host 3rd annual all-day festival

The third annual Pennsylvania Energy Games will return to the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in Hughesville on Saturday, Aug. 1.   More...

News

Successful 2015 DUG East Conference shows oil and gas industry’s resilience

PITTSBURGH, PA – Hart Energy’s 7th annual DUG East conference delivered on its theme, “Resource Resilience.” The energy market’s downturn did not hamper attendance at more than 2,800 oil and gas professionals gathered Ju More...

5th annual PIOGA Pig Roast to offer new product and services showcase

CHAMPION, PA - The 5th annual PIO­GA Pig Roast, Equipment Show and Tech­nical Seminar will be held at the Seven Springs Mountain Resort July 28-29.  More...

Williams’ new pipelines will contribute to economic development and energy independence

SALLADASBURG, PA - Over the next three years, approximately 4,600 miles of new interstate pipelines will be built in Pennsylvania to transport the abun­dant supply of Marcel­lus shale gas to mar­ket, which is estimated at 50 trillion cubic feet.  More...

People

Juniata graduates receive first master’s degree in nonprofit leadership

HUNTINGDON, PA - Adam Miller, director of emergency management for Huntingdon County, and Donna Rhodes, executive director of the Susquehanna Val­ley Ministry Center, both in the midst of ca­reers, were the first recipients for Juniata’s master More...

Indiana County manufacturing consortium awards annual scholarship

WHITE TWP, PA - The Indiana County Manufacturing Consortium awards a $1,000.00 scholarship each year to a graduating senior in Indiana County who is entering into post-secondary education in a manufacturing related field.  The recipient of this More...

Randy Tewksbury named as vice president of finance

STATE COLLEGE, PA – Mount Nit­tany Health named Randy  Tewksbury, MBA, as vice president of finance for the health system.  For the last 20 years, Tewksbury has served in finance administration roles at Geisinger Lewis­town Hospital, More...

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