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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.

 


 

 

Vartan Group's mixed-use project in Susquehanna could get started by springOpen in a New Window

Dirt could start flying by March or April at the corner of Progress Avenue and Linglestown Road in Susquehanna Township.

 

Leader family to name Hershey senior centerOpen in a New Window

The family of late Pennsylvania Gov. George M. Leader announced they will be pledging 400,000 to name a senior center expected to move into the new Hershey Community Center.

 

Habitat for Humanity to expand repair services in Lancaster, LebanonOpen in a New Window

Lancaster Lebanon Habitat for Humanity plans to expand its repair services to help existing homeowners fix up and stay in their homes.

 

York County home sales up, prices down in OctoberOpen in a New Window

York County home sales in October ticked up slightly while prices cooled off a bit in some areas.

 

Cumberland County developer planning 12M mixed-use project in SteeltonOpen in a New Window

Hoping to spark investments in Steelton, a native son of the borough and his company are planning to spend more than 12 million to build a mixed-use development along a six-block area of North Front Street.

 

Solar farm planned for Cumberland CountyOpen in a New Window

A Seattle-based solar energy developer plans to build a solar farm in South Middleton Township, Cumberland County, potentially the first in a series of Pennsylvania projects for the company.

 

Best places to work, best CPBJ party of the yearOpen in a New Window

The Central Penn Business Journal's annual Best Places to Work program is arguably one of our favorite nights of the year.

 

7.6M deal to buy former Bon-Ton store moves aheadOpen in a New Window

The Lower Allen Township Development Authority is moving forward with a plan to buy the former Bon-Ton store on Gettysburg Road and prepare it for commercial redevelopment.

 

Berks Homes bolsters leadership teamOpen in a New Window

Fueled by steady revenue growth, Berks County-based builder Berks Homes has expanded its executive team.

 

Steelton finds new developer for mixed-use projectOpen in a New Window

The former head of the Cumberland Area Economic Development Corp. is taking on a major redevelopment project in his hometown of Steelton through his new business venture.

 

H.R. Weaver building service center for auto dealerOpen in a New Window

A Perry County auto dealership is expanding its service operations.

 

Listrak to open Philadelphia-area officeOpen in a New Window

Digital marketing firm Listrak is opening a new office near Philadelphia in a bid to draw experienced professionals into the company.

 

Sprawling Felicita Resort in Dauphin County listed for 17.5MOpen in a New Window

Richard Angino says the dream is over and it's time to sell Felicita Resort in Middle Paxton Township.

 

Hampden Township manufacturer approved for 571K state loan to buy facilityOpen in a New Window

A popular state lending program will help a Cumberland County manufacturer buy its building and expand production and storage space.

 

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