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GDP growth a mixed bag in Central Pa.

GDP growth a mixed bag in Central Pa.

The U.S. economy continues to expand, but last year offered mixed results for the midstate in terms of growth in gross domestic product.

Rebels, Renegades and Pioneers: Takeaways from midstate leadership conference

Harrisburg Regional Chamber and Capital Region Economic Development Corp. hosted the half-day event

Some of the most successful business owners in the midstate tried to be all things to all people or had trouble saying "no" to new commitments before...

Bube's Brewery to appear on Travel Channel next month

Nobody told Bube's Brewery owner Sam Allen to dress like Count Dracula. He did that of his own volition.

York-area man opens coffee shop on wheels

Forrest Yingling was tired of not being able to find a convenient source of coffee at outdoor festivals and other events.

Economic vision plan, river-based tourism eyed in York County

Economic vision plan, river-based tourism eyed in York County

Leaders in York County hope to build on its manufacturing sector, find ways to use the Susquehanna River to boost the county's economy and even...

Katy Perry, Lady Gaga put Lancaster County businesses in spotlight

This past weekend was a reminder of just how closely Lancaster County's businesses are tied to the entertainment industry.

State to auction off 50 expired liquor licenses

With three auctions under its belt, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board today announced a fourth auction of expired restaurant liquor licenses.

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The Annie Bailey's owners oversee eateries at Rock Lititz and Listrak

Running a restaurant is hard. Running four of them — including a catering business for roving road crews — would seem almost impossible.

Raw talent: Edible cookie dough shop propelled by faith-based program

Raw talent: Edible cookie dough shop propelled by faith-based program

Cookie dough isn't served raw. Millennials don't start businesses. Just don't tell Taylor Glessner.

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