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Central Penn Business Journal is the award-winning business newspaper of record for Central Pennsylvania, providing information, analysis and advice.  As the most widely read local business publication in Central Pennsylvania, the Journal reaches entrepreneurs, corporate boards, middle managers and CEOs...the decision-makers of Central PA.




Planet Fitness to occupy part of former Giant in East PennsboroOpen in a New Window

Planet Fitness will open a new location in part of a former Giant grocery store in East Pennsboro Township.


The Circle School breaking ground on 2.7M campusOpen in a New Window

The Circle School, a private school that allows students to practice freedom and responsibility in a scaled-down version of the larger world, will break ground Tuesday on a new facility in Susquehanna Township.


35M cold storage facility slated for Lebanon CountyOpen in a New Window

Susan Eberly has helped bring many business projects to Lebanon County over her 18 years with the county's economic-development organization.


Rock Lititz's Pod 2 on schedule for DecemberOpen in a New Window

California has Silicon Valley. New York City has Wall Street. Chicago has the Loop. And Lancaster County? It has Rock Lititz LP.


More older homeowners are looking for ways to maintain independenceOpen in a New Window

Pat Carey is a spry 78-year-old who is often out in the Carlisle community organizing book groups at the library or volunteering as a court-appointed special advocate for children.


Sports tourism Developers look to capitalize on growing business sector with proposed complexOpen in a New Window

It's as close to recession-proof as a business sector can get.


State of our cities Midstate mayors highlight ongoing challenges for citiesOpen in a New Window

Familiar themes emerged at today's State of Our Cities event in Harrisburg, including the need for municipal pension reform, the abundance of tax-exempt real estate in core cities and limited options to generate new revenue.
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