LOCAL NEWS | FEBRUARY 21, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | FEBRUARY 21, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | FEBRUARY 21, 2018

Two missing Huntingdon County teens have been located and returned home.  State Police say the 16-year-old male and 15-year-old female used a family vehicle to flee their homes in Three Springs on February 14th.  The juveniles were returned on Friday.

 

Wegmans Food Markets has been named one of the 2018 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For.  This year marks the 21st anniversary of the FORTUNE 100 list.  Wegmans is ranked second and has been mentioned on the list every year.  The list is based on survey responses from more than 310,000 employees rating their workplace culture on 50-plus elements of the workplace. Wegmans spent $50 million on employee development last year – plus $5 million in scholarships – and filled half of its open positions internally.  The store has several locations in Central Pennsylvania, including State College, Mechanicsburg, and Williamsport.  Wegmans is now hiring for a new store set to open in Lancaster in early fall 2018.  Applicants are invited to apply online at www.wegmans.com/careers.

 

Juniata Valley Financial Corporation has announced its net income for 2017 was $4,537,000, a 12.0% decrease from 2016 ($5,156,000).  Earnings per share fell to $0.95, compared to $1.07 in 2016.  For the fourth quarter of 2017 net income was $578,000.  The Juniata Valley Bank, the principal subsidiary of Juniata Valley Financial, is headquartered in Mifflintown, with fifteen community offices located in Juniata, Mifflin, Perry, Huntingdon, McKean and Potter Counties.

 

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