Two of Pennsylvania's health care leaders are coming together to create a community-based health care network.
Penn State Health and Highmark Health are investing more than $1 billion toward the project.
The network is designed to improve access, quality and affordability of local health care for patients living in central and south-central Pennsylvania.
The partnership will also create new opportunities for medical education and research.
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry says the state's unemployment rate is up one-tenth of a percentage point from November.Read More »
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