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Lori R

Ready for spring? This season’s harsh winter a bane for some, boon for others

If you live within Susquehanna’s footprint, you have had a rough winter. Sub-zero temperatures, ice storms, snow that just won’t quit – we have seen it all.  It’s likely that the cost of heating your home has you shaking your  Continue Reading »

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Joel

Roadblocks Continue to Stand in the Way of Economic Growth

The economy continues to expand and that it does is an amazing feat in itself.  OK, growth did slow in the spring but the pace was a bit faster than expected.  Whether conditions will stabilize or even improve or whether  Continue Reading »

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Joel

Missing Link for Economic Recovery? Confidence

Franklin Roosevelt became president during one of the worst economic times in the history of the nation.  While he knew that the fundamentals of the economy were terrible, he felt it necessary to focus on something that was more emotional  Continue Reading »

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Joel

Modest Economic Pause Raises Minor Questions about the Recovery

The warm winter has given way to even more pleasant days.  The summer is coming quickly and while the weather outside may be delightful, some disconcerting issues have arisen about the economy.  After last year’s summer of discontent and economic  Continue Reading »

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Amy

A Mother’s Day Boost for the Economy?

My mom is amazing, caring, honest, patient, and beautiful – I could go on and on.  She was my first best friend and I have always been by her side – you can ask her – I had a constant  Continue Reading »

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