Washington County’s first medical marijuana dispensary, which opens its doors to patients Thursday, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday.
The first marijuana dispensary in southwestern Pennsylvania is opening its door this week.
This past April, The Healing Center’s CEO and Co-Founder Chris Kohan was featured on “Our Region’s Business,” a Sunday morning business affairs program co-produced by the Allegheny Conference on Community Development and WPXI-TV.
The Monroeville groundbreaking is set for Friday, December 8th, at 12 noon, on site at 130 Mall Circle Boulevard.
The Healing Center was awarded a medical cannabis dispensary permit in the Southwestern health district of Pennsylvania by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, June 29th, 2017.
The Healing Center is conducting a job fair at the 6th annual Pittsburgher Burger Bash presented by Diana Rua Media, Saturday, October 7th, at Southside Works, from 2 pm to 7 pm.
One of three medical cannabis dispensaries operated by The Healing Center will go into a 7,000-square-foot building that will be built near the Monroeville Mall.
The Healing Center is conducting a job fair at the 4th Annual Cornhole Classic to benefit Veterans Place of Washington Boulevard, Saturday, September 16th, from 5 pm to 8 pm, at the RMU Island Sports Center.
A Washington business has received one of the first permits from the state Department of Health to operate a medical marijuana dispensary.
People who want to apply for a permit to grow or process medical marijuana in Pennsylvania better have design plans drawn and shovels in the ground when they submit their applications to the state.