• MLCC CELEBRATES 20TH ANNIVERSARY!

    A fixture in the Laurel Highlands for two decades, the Mountain Laurel Chamber of Commerce’s objective is to enhance the community and offer support for local economic development. The non-profit organization strives to promote local businesses and community events and increase awareness of issues important to the communities they serve.

  • MLCC October 2018 Flyer

    View or download the latest Mountain Laurel Chamber of Commerce Flyer.

  • 5th Annual Ladies’ Day Bash Recap

      It was a record breaking year for the Ladies’ Day Bash! Nearly 400 lucky ladies from all over the Laurel Highlands region packed the beautifully renovated Donegal Event Center on September 30, 2018 to enjoy food, drinks, desserts, vendors, games, prizes and an all around spectacular event at the

  • MLCC September 2018 Flyer

    View or download the latest Mountain Laurel Chamber of Commerce Flyer.

  • New School Year Brings Students, School Buses Back to Roads

    Violations of School Bus Stopping Law Carry Strong Penalties Harrisburg, PA – As the new school year gets underway, motorists need to be vigilant to avoid potentially tragic crashes and strong penalties as school buses return to the roads and transport children. “Our lives are filled with distractions, but we

  • 5th Annual Ladies’ Day Bash

    It’s Baaaaaaaaaack . . . . . The 5th Annual Ladies’ Day Bash is Coming! Come on out to the beautiful newly-renovated Donegal Event Center (113 Community Center Drive in Jones Mills) on Sunday, September 30th, 2018 from 1pm-5pm for the event of the year . . . and all

  • LHTC Breaks Ground on New Corporate Office

    Laurel Highlands Total Communicataions, Inc. broke ground on Thursday, July 12th for its new corporate office building that will be the headquarters of its Pennsylvania and West Virginia operations, including LHTC Broadband and LHTC Media, Inc. Kris Enberg, MLCC’s Executive Director, was proud to be in attendance at the groundbreaking

  • MLCC August 2018 Flyer

    View or download the latest Mountain Laurel Chamber of Commerce Flyer.

  • 19th Annual Golf Outing Recap

    MLCC’s 19th Annual Golf Outing Recap If you weren’t able to attend our 19th Annual Golf Outing, enjoyed on the course at Glengarry Golf Links, on Friday, May 18th, 2018, this recap is for you! The course was bustling with individuals and teams competing for skills prizes & contests, a

  • Meet Our Team: Behind the Doors at the MLCC

    We would like to introduce you to a few of our extra special team members here at the MLCC whose talents, dedication, and support have helped us grow year after year.

  • It’s Official! The MLCC Office Has Relocated

    As of March 1, 2018, current and potential chamber members, local businesses and residents, and visiting tourists will now find the chamber office located at 4111 State Route 31, Jones Mills, PA 15646, only a half of a mile east of Sarnelli’s Corner. Long-time residents of the Jones Mills area

  • Petite Feet Pet Care

    We Ask Petite Feet Pet Care, “What Is Pet Sitting?”

    What is “pet sitting”? Mylyssa Wilson, owner and pack leader of Petite Feet Pet Care, has heard that question countless times over the last 10+ years in business in Westmoreland County. “Pet sitting, in a nutshell, is the perfect alternative to boarding or kennels”, she explains. “Pets stay at home

  • Rapid Bridge Replacement Project

    Rapid Bridge Replacement Project in Fayette County The Rapid Bridge Replacement Project is an $899 million public-private partnership (P3) between the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners (PWKP). Through this initiative, 558 structurally deficient bridges will be replaced with newly designed structures, designed to last over

  • Route 31 Reconstruction Plans

    On Wednesday, April 13th, the Mountain Laurel Chamber of Commerce hosted an open forum where local business leaders and community members reviewed plans for the reconstruction of Route 31 in Donegal. The attendees were able to view the preliminary construction map from PennDOT which you can now also view from