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It Takes Lou…
Lou Barletta burst onto the political scene in 2000 after he was elected mayor of Hazleton, a down-on-its-luck, melting-pot of a city in northeastern Pennsylvania. In the blink of an eye, he was catapulted from a small-city mayor in LuzerneRead More
A Bankers’ Bank Becomes Bigger and Better
“We get talent and scale from mergers,” said health care CEO Angela Braly. And Roger Altman, former American investment banker, said, “Mergers generate substantial synergies.” Both business leaders could be speaking about the merger of Camp Hill, PA–based Atlantic CommunityRead More
Local Roots, Local Focus
We meet with Pennsylvania’s 6th District U.S. Representative to discuss his work with the House Energy and Commerce Committee, cybersecurity, community banking, and more. Read More

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2018 Bankers Insight Lending Program
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Security Seminar
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HR Conference
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First Federal of Greene County
First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Greene County Donates to “Stuff the Bus”
Customers and employees of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Greene County recently donated more than a dozen bins and bags worth of school supplies for Greene County United Way’s 15th annual “Stuff the Bus” campaign. Supplies from backpacksRead More
Mis Penn Bank
Mid Penn Bank Trust Department Awards $114,350 in Scholarships to Local High School Graduates
Mid Penn Bank recently announced that its Trust Department awarded a total of $114,350 to 58 students pursuing post-secondary education. The recipients included 27 students who graduated in 2017 from Millersburg Area High School and Upper Dauphin Area High School.Read More
Mis Penn Bank
Anna Mae Forney Scholarship Trust at Mid Penn Bank Awards $25,100 in Scholarships to Upper Dauphin Area High School Graduates
Mid Penn Bank recently awarded a total of $25,100 to three 2017 graduates of Upper Dauphin Area High School, as well as nine prior Upper Dauphin graduates. The scholarships are from the Anna Mae Forney Scholarship Trust, established through theRead More

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