Kivazip.org recently celebrated its first anniversary in Philadelphia, featuring a holiday marketplace and Mayor Michael Nutter among the guest speakers.
Pennsylvania's insurance commissioner praises Prudential's accessibility for HIV-positive applicants
Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller recently applauded The Prudential Insurance Company of America, following the firm’s avowed commitment to equal access for its life insurance services among qualified HIV-positive applicants.
Performance Biomedical recently won a five-year, $15 million contract with the Department of Veterans Affairs to supply veterans’ medical equipment to the Wilkes-Barre VA Medical Center.
Elected to serve one to three-year terms, multiple newly chosen board of directors members are set to commence their duties for the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry.
Nearly 395,000 Pennsylvanians chose health care plans via the HealthCare.gov platform during open enrollment season’s fourth week, bringing total registration to over two million.
A law providing transportation funding for major construction in the commonwealth and nationwide recently passed, partially due to efforts by the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau (PFB).
FERC has supported Talen Energy’s recent request to alter certain methods of alleviation for the purpose of handling possible competition matters in the company’s legal creation.
Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry reports dip in unemployment for Fulton, Franklin Counties
Fulton County and Franklin County, adjacent jurisdictions located at the commonwealth’s southern border, each showed a decrease in unemployment during October.
In the wake of the state senate’s passage of a law that negatively impacts school and civic employees, two Pennsylvania AFL-CIO officials criticized the consequent loss of benefits for public servants.
Demonstrating dramatic slashes in health care costs among certain patients predisposed to extra hospital stays, ambulance needs and ER visits, Catasys Inc. recently launched its OnTrak-A plan in Pennsylvania.
Federal Trade Commission blocks medical merger between Hershey Medical Center, PinnacleHealth System
The Federal Trade Commission recently blocked pending plans between Penn State Hershey Medical Center and PinnacleHealth System in Washington, D.C.
In a Capital Region Partnership for Career Development work session at Pennsy Supply, director Lynda Morris discovered that two employees were recruited directly from mock interviews.
Fabrics and funding are needed for the Carlisle-based nonprofit group Safe Harbour’s crusade to provide underprivileged citizens across Cumberland County necessary home goods this holiday season.
Citizens Financial Services acquires The First National Bank of Fredericksburg, posts election results
First Citizens Community Bank, based in northern central Pennsylvania, recently announced that its holding company, Citizens Financial Services Inc., has acquired The First National Bank of Fredericksburg, based in the commonwealth’s south-central region.
Poised to join forces with Philadelphia Mayor-elect Jim Kenney, The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce recently released a vision statement in hopes of working closely with the new administration for the business and civic communities.
HAP has responded favorably to regulations suggested by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to tackle Obamacare-related hospital safety issues.
The PHCA recently gave its perspective on the commonwealth’s capacity to provide elder residents with long-term care, as two leaders testified before the House Aging and Older Adult Services Committee.
Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania recently announced plans for its acquisition of Fox Chase Bancorp Inc. — involving a cash and stock transaction worth approximately $244.3 million — from its Souderton headquarters.
The Pennsylvania DEP is offering a special rebate, funded by a statewide grant, to consumers who purchase alternative fuel vehicles.
Pennsylvania’s state senate recently endorsed a measure drafted by Sen. Chuck McIlhinney (R-10) to update the commonwealth’s liquor sale legislation in favor of consumer needs.