Central Penn Business Journal
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.
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Middletown is an old college town, but not really.
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.
A senior community called Warwick Woodlands is being planned for Lititz, and its sales center is opening Saturday.
Records featured this week State liens filed Lancaster and York counties
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. . .
To many midstaters, Middletown is the Harrisburg International Airport or Penn State Harrisburg — a nomenclature irony that shouldn't be lost on those trying to improve the area's business environment and residential attraction.
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.
The House Urban Affairs Committee on Monday passed a bill that would remove the prohibition preventing Harrisburg from applying for the City Revitalization and Improvement Zone program.
Glimcher Realty Trust, which owns the Colonial Park Mall in Lower Paxton Township, announced it will be bought by Washington Prime Group Inc. for 4. 3 billion in stock and cash.
Capital BlueCross opened its first retail health and wellness store in the Lehigh Valley in 2012, and today it announced plans to open its second in Cumberland County in spring 2015.
To boost homeownership in Harrisburg, the city and PinnacleHealth System will announce two housing incentive programs this afternoon.
Dauphin County home sales were up for the sixth month in a row in August — and seven months out of eight this year — while Cumberland County posted its second straight decline, according to the latest figures from the Greater Harrisburg Association of Realtors.
Business featured this week Keller Williams of Central PA
Businesses featured this week Aaron's Inc. , ACS Communications Systems Inc. , Barton Healthcare, Elt Partners LLC, JVH Excavating Inc. , Members 1st Federal Credit Union, Mione Properties LLC, MRP Industrial LLC, Murphy Dittenhafer Architects, Murray Associates Architects PC, My Girlfriend's Wardrobe, Next Level Barbershop, Platinum. . .