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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.

 


 

 

Engineering giant to lay off 100-plus in Cumberland CountyOpen in a New Window

Due to the pending loss of a logistics services contract, global engineering firm AECOM is planning to lay off more than 100 employees in Cumberland County.

 

First Citizens plans Lancaster County loan officeOpen in a New Window

First Citizens Community Bank hopes a new loan office will help it earn more business from Lancaster County farmers.

 

Goodman leases 1M square feet in Carlisle area to logistics firmOpen in a New Window

The massive logistics center developed by Goodman Group off Allen Road in Cumberland County will soon be more than half full.

 

Region's largest self-storage firm makes 5.2M acquisitionOpen in a New Window

An acquisition has added to the portfolio of Manchester Township-based Investment Real Estate LLC, which does business as Moove In Self Storage, the largest owner of self-storage units based in Central Pennsylvania.

 

10M in tax credit financing to support Bulova renovationsOpen in a New Window

A project to renovate a long-vacant building in downtown Lancaster is receiving another state-backed boost.

 

Ground game Updates on large midstate construction projectsOpen in a New Window

Chunks of the midstate will undergo big changes over the next few years as large developments, some that have been in the works for decades, begin to take shape.

 

Developer RSDC buys century-old building in York, weighs music venue, restaurantOpen in a New Window

A venerable building on downtown York's West Philadelphia Street that formerly was the Lighthouse Rescue Mission is being studied for use as a music venue, a restaurant or a brewery.

 

Boiling Springs Tavern will soon have new ownersOpen in a New Window

A landmark restaurant in Cumberland County will soon have new owners.

 

Adams County hotels on pace to eclipse four-year highOpen in a New Window

Hotel demand continues to spark new projects in the midstate, including in Adams County where sales are on pace to eclipse their highwater mark in 2013, the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg battle.

 

Opening date set for Sam's Club in HanoverOpen in a New Window

A long-awaited Sam's Club in Hanover has set an opening date.

 

Masonic Villages plans 48 townhomes near Elizabethtown Amtrak stationOpen in a New Window

Masonic Villages plans to add 48 new senior-living townhomes to its sprawling Elizabethtown campus.

 

Who made this year's Top 100250?Open in a New Window

The revenue-based list of Central Pennsylvania's biggest private companies includes some familiar faces, some new names and some insight into the biggest challenge facing all businesses today.

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