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Salvation Army breaking ground on $12M regional HQ

Salvation Army breaking ground on $12M regional HQ

After years of planning and fundraising, the Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region said it plans to break ground Monday on a much-anticipated...

Where can we go from here?

It's not often that you get to be part of the agenda for a daylong meetup with four women whose professional goals are to grow other community...

CommunityAid taking over former York Township Bon-Ton

CommunityAid, a faith-based nonprofit and thrift retailer, plans to open a store and donation center in a former Bon-Ton store in York Township

Harrisburg free clinic appoints new executive director

A former president and CEO of the Central Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce is the new executive director of the Beacon Clinic in...

Red Cross chapter names new executive director

Red Cross chapter names new executive director

Hope Roaten has been named the executive director of the American Red Cross Mid-Central Pennsylvania Chapter, whose coverage area includes Cumberland...

premium content Give Local York opens office, ups fundraising target for 2019

Give Local York is expanding its footprint by establishing a nonprofit leadership institute and an office in downtown York.

President of Lancaster Bible College to retire next year

The longtime president of Lancaster Bible College, Peter Teague, said he plans to retire next August after 20 years at the institution's helm.

Lancaster Symphony Orchestra moves to new office in downtown Lancaster

The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra has moved its offices from North Arch Street to downtown Lancaster.

Downtown Lancaster one step closer to housing $17M vertical greenhouse

Downtown Lancaster one step closer to housing $17M vertical greenhouse

An estimated $17 million hydroponic vertical greenhouse in downtown Lancaster could start operating by fall 2020, city officials said.

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