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Lower Swatara farmer lists 239-acre property for $12M

As the Fulling Mill commercial corridor builds up around him, farmer Tom Williams believes now is the right time to sell his 239-acre Lower Swatara...

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Demolition expected to start Monday for Camp Hill redevelopment

Demolition expected to start Monday for Camp Hill redevelopment

The home of the former Nino's Bistro restaurant in Camp Hill will be razed beginning next week as a redevelopment project on the south side of the...

Urology of Central Pa. to open new office

Urology of Central Pennsylvania, Inc. next week is opening its new East Shore office, which includes an outpatient urological surgery center.

Cumberland County commercial real estate firm joins national franchise

After more than a decade in business, a Hampden Township commercial real estate firm has a new name and a national franchise affiliation, hoping the...

Public meetings on tap for redevelopment of former Lemoyne Middle School

Two public meetings have been set and a community survey has been launched to help guide redevelopment of the former Lemoyne Middle School in...

Members 1st to open new branches, expand insurance services

Members 1st to open new branches, expand insurance services

Members 1st Federal Credit Union is opening two new branches later this month and beefing up its insurance services.

Harristown plans to renovate historic Fox Hotel for apartment project

A historic property in downtown Harrisburg is slated to become an apartment building.

Sold: York building housing former Italian restaurant

A downtown York building that housed a popular but now closed Italian restaurant has been sold.

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Citywide housing study begins in Harrisburg

One of downtown Harrisburg's most active developers is eyeing a 2019 start for its largest apartment project yet.

Lancaster tech company opens office in Fla.

Lancaster tech company opens office in Fla.

A Lancaster-based technology firm is expanding its footprint out-of-state.

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