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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.




Yorktowne now to reopen in phases extending into 2019Open in a New Window

York's refurbished Yorktowne Hotel will repen in stages, starting in late 2018 and continuing through the first quarter of 2019.


List Kinsley, by far, is midstate's largest general contractorOpen in a New Window

Kinsley Construction Inc. remains the midstate's largest general contractor by a wide margin, according to a new national list compiled by trade publication Engineering News-Record, or ENR.


Senate Plaza implosion slated for Saturday morningOpen in a New Window

The long-awaited implosion of the vacant six-story Senate Plaza office building off Erford Road is scheduled for Saturday morning, according to East Pennsboro Township, where the building is located.


York officials ask potential developers of Citizens Bank building to demonstrate supportOpen in a New Window

York City leaders are excited to have a possible project in line for the vacant Citizens Bank building in Continental Square – a nightclub and entertainment venue.


Property manager says York Housing Authority discriminated against herOpen in a New Window

A property manager with the York Housing Authority has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the agency, claiming she was subjected to racial, gender and age discrimination.


York County-based senior living provider kicks off 10M expansion projectOpen in a New Window

York County-based Presbyterian Senior Living on Thursday broke ground on a 10 million expansion project at a retirement community in Centre County.


Local Planet Fitness franchisee expanding into the Carolinas with acquisitionOpen in a New Window

National Fitness Partners, a midstate operator of Planet Fitness franchises, is doubling its footprint after buying a dozen gyms in the Carolinas.


Springettsbury officials back developer's proposal for Mt. Zion Rd. trafficOpen in a New Window

Traffic concerns took center stage at a meeting Thursday night to discuss a proposed shopping strip in Springettsbury Township.


Orangetheory Fitness opening first Harrisburg-area location this summerOpen in a New Window

Orangetheory Fitness, a fast-growing fitness franchise, is expected to open a studio this summer at High Pointe Commons in Swatara Township.


Slow change in southern Lancaster CountyOpen in a New Window

Don't expect any large multinational corporations to pop up any time soon among the rolling hills and sprawling farmland that is southern Lancaster County, Kurt Wagner said.


Lebanon distribution center prepares to openOpen in a New Window

Most of the workers have been hired, permits have been obtained and soon the finishing touches will be applied. And by late July or early August, a 35 million project outside Lebanon is expected to open for business.

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