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Harrisburg, PA – On Monday, the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) and PA Commission for Women will co-host a free film screening and panel discussion of the groundbreaking documentary Dream, Girl at the Pennsylvania State Museum in Harrisburg. Dream, Girl chronicles a diverse group of women as they share their experiences of what […]
Harrisburg, PA – Today, Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Executive Deputy Secretary Scott Dunkelberger joined Lycoming County Commissioner Rick Mirabito and officials from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for a tour of the Pajama Factory in Williamsport, Lycoming County, and to meet with one of the makerspace’s tenants Equinox, a manufacturer […]
Based in Wellsboro, Pa., Highland Chocolates is a nonprofit candy company that provides vocational training and employment for up to 20 adults with disabilities and four full-time staff members. Together, they learn valuable job skills while handcrafting and packaging chocolates and interacting with visitors who stop in for a factory tour. What is unique about […]
In September 2016, the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) officially opened The Pennovation Center, a 58,000 square-foot facility that allows researchers, innovators, and entrepreneurs to plant and grow a business. To learn more about this new center and the economic and community development it is spurring in West Philadelphia, we spoke to Anne Papageorge, Vice President […]
Headquartered in the Berks County, Oswalds Mill Audio (OMA) sound systems are Pennsylvania-made through and through. Using Pennsylvania slate and hardwoods, OMA creates high-quality audio equipment that marries established sound technologies with modern quality and breathtaking design, resulting in a rich, vintage sound sure to satisfy any audiophile. In February, Governor Tom Wolf announced an […]