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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.

 


 

 

Court approves Bon-Ton saleOpen in a New Window

A bankruptcy judge approved on Wednesday the sale of The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. to a group that plans to liquidate the retailer's assets.

 

Cumberland County realty firms mergeOpen in a New Window

Two Cumberland County real estate firms have joined forces hoping to expand their business in the commonwealth's fastest-growing county.

 

Starview Brews to open in Columbia this fallOpen in a New Window

One York resident will soon be realizing his longtime dream of owning a brewery.

 

Marshalls to open at York Galleria on April 26Open in a New Window

Marshalls will open its doors at a new location in York County on April 26.

 

Wegmans-anchored Silver Spring Square soldOpen in a New Window

Silver Spring Square, a large shopping center anchored by Wegmans in Silver Spring Township, has a new owner.

 

Smith Land unveils redevelopment plan for Market Street block in Camp HillOpen in a New Window

Smith Land Improvement Corp. has moved one step closer to construction on a multimillion-dollar redevelopment project on Market Street in Camp Hill.

 

Bon-Ton to close doorsOpen in a New Window

The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. is headed to its final close-out sale.

 

360 Tour Designs moves into ColoradoOpen in a New Window

Mechanicsburg-based 360 Tour Designs Marketing LLC, a real estate photography and marketing firm, has expanded its reach into Colorado.

 

Downtown makeover continues in New CumberlandOpen in a New Window

Plans are in the works to bring new tenants to some longtime anchor properties in New Cumberland.

 

York authority seeks proposals for Penn Market renovationOpen in a New Window

After assuming ownership of York's longest-running market last year, the city's Redevelopment Authority is now seeking proposals for renovating the historic Penn Market.

 

Fulton Bank to relocate Willow Valley branchOpen in a New Window

Fulton Bank is moving its Willow Valley office in Lancaster County to a new building later this month. But it's only across the street.

 

Susquehanna Township approves master plan for Vartan projectOpen in a New Window

The Susquehanna Township board of commissioners voted unanimously on Thursday to approve the master plan for a 59-acre mixed-use project at the corner of Progress Avenue and Linglestown Road.

 

Agency issues provisional tax credits for affordable housing in Central Pa.Open in a New Window

The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency on Thursday said it plans to award tax credits to support construction of 39 multifamily housing projects in Pennsylvania, including seven in the midstate.

 

Homesale Realty moving to larger office in Mount JoyOpen in a New Window

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty is relocating its Mount Joy office to a larger space on East Main Street to give the company more room for new agents in a hot housing market.

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