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DeWald’s: Chiropractic part of healthy lifestyle

March 5, 2012 There are a variety of reasons people schedule appointments with one of the doctors at DeWald Chiropractic, 1355 Four Mile Drive. more »»

Diamond Pointe fills housing need

March 5, 2012 Knowing the area was in need of housing, Diamond Pointe Apartments is now ready to fill that void for the community. more »»

Lycoming College: Real-world training

March 5, 2012 Celebrating its 200th year of education, Lycoming College emphasizes a broad liberal arts experience designed to help graduates in real-world situations in the workforce. Dr. James E. more »»

Roan’s: Four generations in transfer business

February 6, 2012 A full service moving company will celebrate 80 years of business this year. Tom Roan, president and owner of Roan’s Transfer & Storage, 2100 Whitney St. more »»

At Price’s, glasses, contacts evolving

February 6, 2012 Two new changes in the eyeglasses business have recently come to a local eyewear business to help people who wear glasses. “They’re constantly changing new technology,” Nicholas C. more »»

McCain Industrial grows globally

February 6, 2012 McCain Industrial Services may be located in South Williamsport, but their services have been used as far away as Egypt. more »»

Chemcoat Inc. looks to the future

February 6, 2012 Most area residents have seen Chemcoat, Inc. products during their everyday activities- most just didn’t realize it. more »»

Girio Agency: 54 years in real estate, insurance

January 2, 2012 Arthur Girio started the Girio Agency, 521 N. Market St., in 1957 and 54 years and two generations later the family-owned business remains the county’s source for real estate and insurance services. more »»

Huffman's: Keeping up with the times

January 2, 2012 In the 30 years since Jim Huffman bought Huffman’s Office Equipment, he has seen a lot of changes. “As a kid, you take orders Monday, you deliver Friday,” Huffman said. more »»

Rig-Maids cleans up for the gas industry

January 2, 2012 The area has seen growth over the year with the influx of companies and their workers coming from out of state for gas drilling, and one business is taking advantage of it - Rig Maids. more »»

Newport Business Institute fills needs

January 2, 2012 When the economy goes down, enrollment for Newport Business Institute goes up, said the school’s director, John Kiernan. “The students realize they need more skills,” he said. more »»

Appellation Pre-Fab broadens gas boom opportunities

December 5, 2011 The Marcellus Shale boom has brought many things to the area, and for one local man the boom has opened up the opportunity to remain close to home and start his own pipeline contracting busines. more »»

JanWay revamps business due to library cuts

December 5, 2011 A husband and wife team initially emphasized books and library supplies with their Cogan Station business, but in the upcoming year, a new change will take place. more »»

Special Olympics: Everyone can be first

December 5, 2011 Lester Loner first got involved in the Lycoming County Special Olympics when he saw a notice in the newspaper about a reorganization meeting in 1989. more »»

Susquehanna Paper expands to other markets

December 5, 2011 The key to longevity for a local paper company is evolving with the changes in the area. Susquehanna Paper & Sanitary Supply Co. more »»

Buttorff’s Hardware: Three generations of helping

November 7, 2011 JERSEY SHORE - Buttorff’s Hardware, Inc. may seem like a normal hardware store, but it’s not all about nails, screws and hammers. more »»

Roche Financial boosts Chamber members

November 7, 2011 An employee benefits business now offers additional discounts for members of the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce. Roche Financial, at 1610 East Third St. more »»

Patterson and Wilder hones in on gas boom

November 7, 2011 One of the newest members of the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce hopes to capitalize on the area’s natural gas boom. Patterson and Wilder Construction, headquartered in Birmingham, Ala. more »»

Fink’s Paint Store: Generations of service

November 7, 2011 One city paint store has remained at the same historic location for more than 60 years. Fink’s Paint Store, 338 Mifflin Place, began with Robyn Fink opening the store in 194. more »»

Hillside Catering: Culinary tradition continues

October 3, 2011 For more than 30 years, Dave Miele has been catering parties and events for residents of Lycoming County under the Hillside moniker. more »»



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