September 22, 2011 RSS feed / Features

Employee Benefits: Rising Costs Will Eat Into Your Paycheck

With jobs scarce and pay raises slight, workers can take heart in at least one positive trend: Businesses are restoring some of the benefits they axed during the recession. More...

Elizabeth Taylor Jewelry: Who Will Buy Her Bling?

With her movie star glamour and love of the luxe life, Elizabeth Taylor gave meaning to the phrase “diamonds are a girl’s best friend.” Her passing on March 23 left a palpable vacuum: Who can possibly assume such a glittering mantle More...

Reno Crash Raises Questions About The Future Of Air Races

The crash at the Reno Air Races in Nevada Friday afternoon – the worst accident in the history of the event – raises questions about the future of what’s billed as “the world’s fastest motorsport.” More...

Pa. Jobless Rate Jumps In August To 8.2 Percent

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate increased substantially in August as the national economy slowed, jumping by the largest amount in more than two years, the state Department of Labor and Industry said Thursday. More...

F&M Trust Named One Of The 100 Best Places To Work In PA 2011

F& M Trust Company was recently named as one of the 100 Best Places to Work in PA for 2011. This is the eighth year in the past nine that the local bank was named to the list. More...

A Taste Of Luxury From A World Renowned Chef

Perhaps thanks to popular television programs geared toward cooking and travel, chefs across the globe have gained significant celebrity status in the early part of the 21st century. More...

Easy Fall Lawn And Landscaping Tips

Just because the summer garden party season is over, doesn’t mean you should neglect your lawn. Autumn is a critical time for lawn care and to get your landscaping ready for winter and spring. More...

Pa. Electoral Reshuffling Plan Not A Done Deal

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For Job Creation, Is Government A Help Or Hindrance?

With economic growth so slow that forecasters see a significant risk of tipping back into recession, U.S. presidential candidates have been busy rolling out job-creation plans. More...