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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.

 


 

 

West Shore plans meeting tonight ahead of vote next month on facilities overhaulOpen in a New Window

Before it votes next month on a major overhaul of school district facilities, the West Shore School Board plans to gather additional community input at a public meeting tonight at Crossroads Middle School.

 

What does Q2 hold for construction activity?Open in a New Window

The Central Penn Business Journal is looking for your input on construction activity in Central Pennsylvania.

 

Hanover Area YMCA launching 8M sports facilityOpen in a New Window

Officials at the Hanover Area YMCA are about to open a new 8 million facility that they hope will become “a pillar in South Hanover for area youth and adult sports. ”

 

Home2 Suites by Hilton coming to Silver Spring TownshipOpen in a New Window

Construction of a Home2 Suites by Hilton hotel is slated to begin this summer off Bent Creek Boulevard in Silver Spring Township.

 

Penn State Health aims for bigger campus, wider reachOpen in a New Window

Penn State Health is positioning itself for growth as competition intensifies in Central Pennsylvania health care.

 

Downtown university, developments seed Harrisburg technology sceneOpen in a New Window

When Pavone Marketing Group moved to Harrisburg's Market Street in 1999, founder Michael Pavone was hoping other real estate investments would follow.

 

Land parcel near HIA sold to New Jersey truck companyOpen in a New Window

A New Jersey-based truck trailer leasing and maintenance company paid 5. 4 million for a 39-acre tract near Harrisburg International Airport that was once owned by the Bethlehem Steel Corp.

 

York ministry, coffee shop teaming up to open ice cream shopOpen in a New Window

A downtown York business and a faith-based ministry are planning to launch a neighborhood ice cream shop that will provide job training and life skills to employees.

 

Latino grocery to anchor new Lebanon plazaOpen in a New Window

A new strip mall in downtown Lebanon aims to bring healthy food to the neighborhood, while helping serve a growing segment of the city's population.

 

Denver-based firm hired to implement Pa.'s medical marijuana tracking systemOpen in a New Window

The state Department of Health has hired the nation's leading provider of seed-to-sale electronic tracking solutions for the cannabis industry to implement a system for Pennsylvania's fledgling medical marijuana program.

 

New Christian bookstore, entertainment venue to open in YorkOpen in a New Window

A new Christian book-and-clothing store that also will serve as a venue for live music, poetry, dance and readings is opening this week in downtown York.

 

Harrisburg-area home sales up 5 percent in Q1Open in a New Window

The East Shore bested the West Shore in the first quarter, at least in terms of home sales.

 

More than 660 acres of midstate farmland preservedOpen in a New Window

Pennsylvania's Agricultural Land Preservation Board this week added 2,432 acres to the state's farmland preservation program, with nearly 30 percent of the land located in the midstate.

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