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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 Land Bank Authority names project development manager as its chairmanOpen in a New Window

The York County commissioners appointed Thomas B. Englerth II as chairman of the York County Land Bank Authority, a newly created entity designed to help clean up blighted properties.


Public hearing on York County casino slated for Nov. 1Open in a New Window

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has scheduled a Nov. 1 hearing to gather public input on plans for a mini-casino at the York Galleria in Springettsbury Township.


Former restaurant owner reviving New Cumberland property for new ventureOpen in a New Window

A Cumberland County restaurateur is planning to bring a new breakfast and lunch spot to downtown New Cumberland in early 2019.


Roundtop parent Snow Time being sold for 76MOpen in a New Window

A ski resort owner based in Missouri is paying 76 million to buy Snow Time Inc. , the parent company of Roundtop Mountain Resort in York County.


Elmwood Mansion in York County on block for 1.1MOpen in a New Window

The historic three-story Elmwood Mansion in Spring Garden Township has been listed for sale for 1. 1 million.


See photos from CPBJ's Top 50 Fastest Growing CompaniesOpen in a New Window

On Sept. 17, the 50 fastest growing companies in Central Pennsylvania were recognized during the Central Penn Business Journal's annual awards event.


October start seen for 3M redevelopment of former Camp Hill VAOpen in a New Window

A national real estate developer is preparing to build a new retail center at 25 N. 32nd St. in Camp Hill, the site of a former Veterans Affairs clinic.


After three years of work, Lancaster County growth plan nears completionOpen in a New Window

Residents and businesses in Lancaster County face a choice. It is not about whether the county will grow, but where and in what direction.


Rising interest rates begin to impact bank lendingOpen in a New Window

Home sales may be tapering off but local banks are still seeing growth in residential mortgage lending.


Primanti Bros. in the works for Capital City MallOpen in a New Window

As it gets set to open in downtown Hershey next week, Pittsburgh-based sandwich chain Primanti Bros. is eyeing another location in Central Pennsylvania.


Local authority closing in on 8.1M deal for former Bon-Ton storeOpen in a New Window

A former Bon-Ton store in Cumberland County could soon have a new owner.


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