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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.

 


 

 

Mondana Kitchen coming to Harrisburg MallOpen in a New Window

Mondana Kitchen, a Florida-based retailer, has signed a 5,300-square-foot lease at Harrisburg Mall in Swatara Township, according to mall owner and manager St. John Properties Inc.

 

Newsmakers Real EstateOpen in a New Window

Businesses featured this week Coldwell Banker Select Professionals, Exit Realty Capital Area, Rock Commercial Real Estate LLC

 

Ceoltas Irish Pub in Harrisburg for saleOpen in a New Window

Ceoltas Irish Pub in Harrisburg is on the market.

 

Business RecordOpen in a New Window

Records featured this week State liens filed York County Mortgages Cumberland, Lancaster and Lebanon counties

 

On the MoveOpen in a New Window

Businesses featured this week ACNB Bank, BLI Plastics LLC, Environmental Products Services of Vermont Inc. , Keystone Christian Academy, Servonia LLC, Skycol Inc.

 

Harrisburg-based WorkXpress doubling office space, potentially staffOpen in a New Window

It won't be long before cloud-based services company Express Dynamics LLC, which does business as WorkXpress, is occupying twice the space it has today.

 

Round 4 Companies post five-year-high stock prices this month, big returnsOpen in a New Window

Money — big money — is the largest takeaway from the third-quarter Midstate Stock Report.

 

Midstate's 'underwater' mortgages drop nearly 20 percent in Q2Open in a New Window

Nearly one out of five midstate homeowners with an “underwater” mortgage in the first quarter of the year resurfaced in the second quarter, according to new data from California-based CoreLogic Inc.

 

'Education Row' coming to Midtown Hbg. in 2015Open in a New Window

A new education model is in the works not just to provide a convenient, consistent learning setting for interested students but also to revitalize Harrisburg's Midtown.

 

Purchasing power Many midstate households had more in 2009Open in a New Window

Median household income has dropped across much of the midstate since 2009, according to Business Journal analysis of the U. S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey for 2009 and 2013.

 

The 'rebirth' of MiddletownOpen in a New Window

Middletown is an old college town, but not really.

 

Don't be left off the listOpen in a New Window

The survey is out for our annual nonprofit wish list, one of our most popular lists each year. Twenty-five organizations will appear in the paper, while everyone who submits information will appear on our website.

 

Warwick Woodlands senior community planned in LititzOpen in a New Window

A senior community called Warwick Woodlands is being planned for Lititz, and its sales center is opening Saturday.

 

Business RecordOpen in a New Window

Records featured this week State liens filed Lancaster and York counties

 

On the MoveOpen in a New Window

Businesses featured this week American Ash Recycling Corp. of Pennsylvania, Blue Ribbon Exteriors LLC, Community Aid Inc. , DiLoreto Cosentino Bolinger PC, Doceo Office Solutions LLC, Dyed Red Holdings LLC, Green's Food Market, Know Where 2Jeep LLC, Krua Thai Caf LLC, Next Level Barbershop, Ornamental Irons, Roserie Chiropractic, Shultz. . .
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