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Codorus Valley Bancorp Inc. (CVLY)'s Financial Results Comparing With Orrstown Financial Services Inc. (NASDAQ:ORRF)

Risk & Volatility

Codorus Valley Bancorp Inc.’s current beta is 0.61 and it happens to be 39.00% less volatile than Standard & Poor’s 500. Competitively, Orrstown Financial Services Inc.’s 49.00% volatility makes it less volatile than Standard & Poor’s 500, because of the 0.51 beta.


$0.59 per share with a dividend yield of 2.67% is the annual dividend that Codorus Valley Bancorp Inc. pay. On the other side Orrstown Financial Services Inc. pays an annual dividend of $0.51 per share. It’s dividend yield is 2.45%.

Insider & Institutional Ownership

The shares of both Codorus Valley Bancorp Inc. and Orrstown Financial Services Inc. are owned by institutional investors at 58.2% and 39.6% respectively. About 1.9% of Codorus Valley Bancorp Inc.’s share are held by insiders. On the other hand, insiders held about 3.4% of Orrstown Financial Services Inc.’s shares.

Resident says she was tricked into signing mortgage for home remodel

By Justin Dennis


A Hubbard woman claims Energy Wise Home Improvement tricked and coerced her into signing a mortgage on her home by claiming the documents approved loan financing for remodeling work.

The civil complaint, which alleges fraud, breach of contract and warranty and negligence against the contractor, formerly of Youngstown-Poland Road, and its owner Anthony Porrazzo Jr., was originally filed in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court in July 2018. The case is due for a pretrial hearing next Tuesday before Judge Anthony D’Apolito.

The plaintiff, Lynn Ritter, claims she contracted with Energy Wise in July 2016 to replace the gutters, siding and windows at her State Line Road home. Within about a year, the gutters had fallen off and the siding had begun to crack and the contractor refused to honor a warranty on the latter. The windows were also improperly installed or violated federal standards, the complaint states.

What do you think New employer sanctions law has Mexican consulate swamped?

A new law that penalizes employers who hire illegal immigrants goes into effect Tuesday. But the impact can already be seen in many ways here in the Valley.

The Mexican Consulate located in downtown Phoenix is swamped.

Placido Castellanos restaurant can't be hurting too bad. Even at $200.00 a day (and average 30 days each month) He still makes $6000.00 monthly. If it were an American business owner siting the same thing, they'd be called a whiner.