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Central Penn Business Journal

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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.

 


 

 

York County excavator moving next week to new 1.5M HQOpen in a New Window

R. L. Livingston Excavation Paving Co. is moving early next week into a larger headquarters it has built in Newberry Township, York County.

 

State transportation grant awarded to support large mixed-use development in East PennsboroOpen in a New Window

A 900,000 state transportation grant was awarded last week to support infrastructure improvements near a new mixed-use development that could get started next year in East Pennsboro Township.

 

Bon-Ton's footprint Which stores could it close?Open in a New Window

Officials for The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. announced plans last week to close at least 40 stores, or 15 percent of the chain's total, by the end of 2018 in an effort to cut costs as sales slump.

 

Starbucks near Cedar Cliff High School could open next summerOpen in a New Window

The owner of the Shoppes at Cedar Cliff in Lower Allen Township is hoping to open a new Starbucks in the retail center by next summer.

 

Sold Littlestown Village, a 44-unit apartment complex, changes handsOpen in a New Window

A 44-unit apartment complex in Adams County recently changed hands for about 50,000 per unit, according to Wormleysburg-based NAI CIR, which handled the deal.

 

Colonial Park Mall bought by New York-based investor for 15MOpen in a New Window

A New York-based retail investment company that specializes in mall properties recently closed on a 15 million purchase of the Colonial Park Mall in Dauphin County.

 

UPMC Pinnacle opens primary-care practice in downtown HarrisburgOpen in a New Window

UPMC Pinnacle's new Strawberry Square FamilyCare office, a primary-care practice, opened today for patients in downtown Harrisburg.

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