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Messick's Christmas Light Show Returns for 10th Year of Christmas Cheer

At Messick Equipment in Mount Joy, Pa., the annual Christmas light show is back and bigger than ever. The show, featuring thousands of Christmas lights and video displays choreographed to music, is celebrating its 10th year raising money for local charities....


VIDEO: After 10 Years, Shell's Mammoth Ethane Cracker Facility Open in Western Pennsylvania

Shell Chemical's Beaver County, Pa., long-awaited petrochemical complex is now operational, the company announced Nov. 15, capping a decade of anticipation. The sprawling $6 billion plant, known as an ethane cracker, takes ethane, a component of natural gas, from Appalachian shale fracking operations in the region and processes it into 1.6 million metric tons of plastic a year....


Pittsburgh's New Fern Hollow Bridge Nears Opening

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) continues to move to open a new bridge at the site of the Fern Hollow Bridge in Pittsburgh, Pa., less than a year after its collapse. The bridge on Forbes Avenue between Squirrel Hill and Point Breeze collapsed on Jan....


Pennsylvania's Cleveland Brothers Sends Machine, Tools to Aid in Hurricane Ian Relief Effort

When the Plain Compassion Crisis Response (PCCR) sent its First Response team to Florida following the destruction brought by Hurricane Ian, it partnered with Cleveland Brothers Equipment Co. Inc. to get the tools to do the job....


Mount Nittany Health Building New Outpatient Center in State College, Pa.

Mount Nittany Health physicians and system leaders celebrated the groundbreaking of its new 126,000-sq.ft. outpatient center in State College's Toftrees West development in early November. As part of ongoing system-wide facility investments, the outpatient center is geared to providing increased access to a range of medical, surgical, diagnostic and treatment services in a single location....


Potential Subway or Rail Line on Philly's Roosevelt Boulevard Studied by PennDOT

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is planning to look at potential options for adding a subway or rail line on Philadelphia's Roosevelt Boulevard. The Philadelphia Business Journal reported Nov....


Indiana, Pa., Hospital Plans to Begin Building $14M Mental Health Facility

Construction will begin later this fall on a 31,000-sq.-ft., 44-bed mental health facility on the Indiana Regional Medical Center (IRMC) campus, northeast of Pittsburgh. The care center will treat adolescent, adult and geriatric patients alike....


Foley Set to Build New Full-Service Dealership in Pa.'s Lehigh Valley

New Jersey-based Foley Inc. is planning to add to its roster of branches by building a new 57,000-sq.-ft. sales and service facility in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania. The company held a groundbreaking for the construction project Oct....


Pittsburgh International Airport Undergoes $1.4B Upgrade

Years ago, Pittsburgh was "steel city" and known for its smoky skylines from the residue of the furnaces that turned iron ore into the steel that built America's railroads and cities. Over the years the city has transformed itself into a gleaming downtown anchored by banking, technology and world-class universities....


Stewart-Amos Sweeper Company Names Stephenson Equipment as Its Dealer in Pennsylvania

Stephenson Equipment is now the Stewart-Amos Sweeper Truck dealer of Pennsylvania. "Stewart-Amos is a partner for our dealership that works close with us from parts and service training for our employees to the sales and demos with our sales team," said Josh Reed, Stephenson's public works product manager....






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