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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.




Former Harsco Corp. factory tract in Harrisburg draws buyerOpen in a New Window

A long under-used swath of industrial land near downtown Harrisburg could be on the path to redevelopment, with the Capital Region Economic Development Corp. pushing plans to clean up the property and find an end user.


Cumberland County remains the fastest-growing Pa. countyOpen in a New Window

Cumberland County continues to wear the crown of fastest-growing county in Pennsylvania, but neighboring Lebanon and Lancaster counties are nipping at its heels.


Legacy Logistics relocates to LemoyneOpen in a New Window

An event and trade show logistics firm formerly based in Lower Paxton Township is moving across the Susquehanna River.


Cleanup continues at former York piano factoryOpen in a New Window

Downtown York City reeked of smoke and ashes as firefighters continued Thursday to contain a three-alarm fire that ignited the day before at the former Weaver Organ Piano Co.


York Traditions rebrands mortgage division, opens Camp Hill officeOpen in a New Window

The mortgage division of York Traditions Bank this week opened an office in Camp Hill and has started doing business as Traditions Mortgage.


Krall Real Estate in Lebanon leaves Century 21 for Howard HannaOpen in a New Window

After nearly four decades with Century 21, Lebanon County's Krall Real Estate has switched franchises and joined Howard Hanna Real Estate Services.


Home-building permits up as buyer demand surgesOpen in a New Window

Home construction could be heading higher this year, which may mean more options for buyers grappling with a tight supply of homes for sale.

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