City business gets $10,000 grant

Keystone Document Solutions Inc. has been awarded a $10,000.00 Micro-grant from Penn State University’s Pennsylvania Technical Assistance Program as a grant-funded project by the state Department of Community and Economic Development, according to a news release.

The company, the news release said, is a “brother” company to Keystone Mobile Shredding, Inc. and provides digital scanning, backfile conversions and both digital and hard-copy record retention. According to the news release, the grant is awarded to proven program models to increase broadband solutions among small businesses and community anchor institutions that will build capacity and demand locally, stimulate job creation and drive economic impact.

Keystone Document Solutions Inc. is owned by Karen and Rick Metz, of Williamsport.