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GOP lawmakers say Wolf's budget fight will affect Pa. students

U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly and seven other lawmakers send letter to governor raising their concerns.

PTAC aids Nesquehoning’s Hydra-Tech Pumps in marketing directly to GSA

Government agencies now can purchase directly from Pennsylvania hydraulic pump company.

Pennsylvania-based Wohlsen Construction teams with FieldLens for communication app

FieldLens' mobile app will allow Wohlsen crews to capture critical field information with precision.

Mammoth Restoration opens new Horsham office

Water and fire property damage specialists now offers its services throughout most of Pennsylvania.

Keller highlights Pennsylvania’s Act 48 for tax collectors

Locally elected tax collectors will now be held to greater accountability with new legislation enacted in Harrisburg.

USAF grants Lockheed Martin laser-guided bomb contract at Pennsylvania plant

A majority portion of Lockheed Martin’s 2015 funding has been confirmed with a $76 million contract from the U.S. Air Force for Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) kit production, the company announced recently in Archbald, Pennsylvania.

PPG Industries continues to bring 'innovation to the surface' with executive transition

Global coatings company PPG Industries recently announced a key appointment with the retirement of its long-time chief technology officer (CTO) in Pittsburgh, bringing new energy to the business known for high-quality, sustainable solutions in colorful product protection.

WESCO International announces acquisition of Needham Electric Supply in Massachusetts

WESCO International, Inc., a provider of electrical, industrial, communications products, construction materials and advanced supply chain management and logistics services, has acquired Canton, Massachusetts-based Needham Electric Supply, the company announced this week from its Pittsburgh headquarters.

Cigna-HealthSpring expands network coverage to include UPHS

Cigna-HealthSpring enrollees will enjoy a greater choice in service when the carrier extends its network to include an additional hospital, University of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS), a healthcare facility serving the Greater Philadelphia area.

UPHS, VPS Healthcare to collaborate in Abu Dhabi

University of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS), a leading healthcare system, recently entered into a collaborative agreement with Abu Dhabi-based healthcare giant VPS Healthcare, UPHS reported Monday from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, creating a new cornerstone in healthcare.

Western Pennsylvania hospitals, HAP participate in emergency preparedness drill

Working in tandem with western Pennsylvania hospitals, the Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) recently participated in a large-scale regional exercise involving 50 hospitals across 18 counties to assure emergency preparedness in a two-day program.

Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation elects Rose Hoover president

Rose Hoover, professional and leader with Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation since 1979 — most recently as executive vice president and chief administrative officer — stepped up to become its president effective Aug. 1, the company recently announced in Pittsburgh.

First National Bank gains two key specialists in central Pennsylvania

Two veteran banking professionals recently joined Pittsburgh-based First National Bank (FNB), ramping up its mortgage banking arm and positioning the firm for further growth in Lancaster and York Counties, as well as business development in the Harrisburg area.

Argall's transport bill to allow aerial escorts for super-sized loads

An innovative super load transport bill, authored by state Sen. David Argall (R-Schuylkill/Berks) to enable the transportation of super-sized loads on state roads via pilot escort, recently became law in Harrisburg.

Allegheny County Health Department invites small construction firms to attend free funding webinar

Small Pennsylvania construction firms can take advantage of funding for upgrading their diesel fleets by attending a free webinar scheduled for Nov. 10 from 9:30 to 10 a.m., the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) said Tuesday in Pittsburgh.

City Wide of Central Pennsylvania broadens access to one-stop maintenance management

Over half a dozen communities will benefit from nearby commercial property management services as City Wide of Central Pennsylvania opens a new office serving Harrisburg, Hershey, Lebanon, Lancaster, York, Carlisle and surrounding areas, starting Nov. 9.

Pennsylvania’s low-income assistance program announced for winter

DHS Secretary Ted Dallas and Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) Chairman Gladys Brown joined area officials to kick off the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program application process for the 2015-16 winter season Monday in Harrisburg.

Democrats sweep judicial elections in state courts

Pennsylvania’s municipal election results on Tuesday showed a major all-Democratic sweep for positions on the state’s courts, as well as in Philadelphia, where Democratic voters outnumber Republicans by a substantial margin.Philadelphia Judge Kevin Dougherty and Superior Court Judges David Wecht and Christine Donohue of Allegheny County were elected justices of the Supreme Court in a seven-way race.

Barr commends new law for eliminating loophole, protecting citizens

Following the recent enactment of H.B. 874 -- now Act 59 of 2015 -- by Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry President and CEO Gene Barr issued a response in Harrisburg regarding the legislation.

PIOGA online buyers’ guide now available

The Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association (PIOGA) released its Buyers' Guide for consumers, now available after a diligent compilation of resources in partnership with Strategic Value Media, PIOGA recently announced from its Wexford headquarters.

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