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premium content Preservation push: Advocates seek more tax credits for revitalizing historic properties

By Thomas A. Barstow, contributing writer

A Pennsylvania tax credit that helps developers rebuild historic properties could end in 2020 unless the state legislature passes a reauthorization...

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Harrisburg has a new Chevy giant

premium content Harrisburg has a new Chevy giant

Turner Automotive Corp. may be the new Chevy giant in Harrisburg, but dealer principal Lee Turner said he doesn't see his purchase of Sutliff...

Streak continues: Dauphin County's 2019 budget makes 14 straight years without a property tax increase

Dauphin County commissioners on Wednesday adopted a $247 million county budget that does not raise property taxes in 2019 — the 14th year in a...

premium content Housing project taps into Allenberry's appeal

A West Shore developer has started on a project that could accelerate home construction in the smallest and most rural municipality in the...

Home prices rise, sales fall in Harrisburg, York areas

Home sales in Central Pennsylvania continue to slide amid a dwindling supply of homes for sale, which is driving up prices.

Guest view: Growing demand for live-work-play communities in Central Pa.

Guest view: Growing demand for live-work-play communities in Central Pa.

By Mike Kushner

If you've been a resident of Central Pennsylvania for more than a few years, you've likely seen various live-work-play communities — maybe you...

premium content Candoris expands to new $2.1M building

Technology company Candoris purchased a new headquarters in Annville Township with growth in mind, one of its founders said.

premium content Rise of the cinema: Midtown growing with improvements on the horizon

Recent investments in the Midtown Cinema in Harrisburg are paying dividends — and more changes could be coming to the theater in 2019.

premium content Second Lancaster Women's Open to build off of 2015's success

Local businesses spent over $2.6 million on sponsoring the 2015 U.S. Women's Open in Lancaster County and when the event arrives again in Lancaster...

Firm overhauls abandoned New Holland silk mill for new HQ

premium content Firm overhauls abandoned New Holland silk mill for new HQ

A large portion of an abandoned silk mill in New Holland had to be demolished before J.M. Lapp Plumbing and Heating LLC could begin construction on...

FNB has closed 20 branches since May, including three in Central Pa., Lehigh Valley

As part of a consolidation plan announced in June, Pittsburgh-based FNB Corp. has closed 20 branches of its retail banking subsidiary, First National...

See the rankings: Best Places to Work in PA 2018

Companies from all over Pennsylvania were recognized Thursday night at the 2018 Best Places to Work in PA event.

Harrisburg University decides on 19-story tower, hires preconstruction firms

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has checked a few more items off its construction wish list this holiday season as the university...

Giant opens beer and wine section in Shrewsbury store

Giant Food Stores continues to add beer and wine sections to its stores across Pennsylvania, this time with an addition in York County.

premium content Primary, specialty care blend in new Lancaster County outpatient center

A new Lancaster County medical office scheduled to open in East Hempfield Township this January will bring local primary care practices together with...

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