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York ministry, coffee shop teaming up to open ice cream shop

York ministry, coffee shop teaming up to open ice cream shop

A downtown York business and a faith-based ministry are planning to launch a neighborhood ice cream shop that will provide job training and life...

premium content Latino grocery to anchor new Lebanon plaza

A new strip mall in downtown Lebanon aims to bring healthy food to the neighborhood, while helping serve a growing segment of the city's population.

New Christian bookstore, entertainment venue to open in York

"Gospel Connections" to sell clothing, host concerts and dance

A new Christian book-and-clothing store that also will serve as a venue for live music, poetry, dance and readings is opening this week in downtown...

Two more liquor reform bills clear Pa. House committee

State House Republicans in favor of liquor privatization have teed up two more reform bills for the full House to consider, but Gov. Tom Wolf has...

Eastern Mountain store at Park City slated for closure

Eastern Mountain store at Park City slated for closure

By CPBJ Staff

Park City Center in Lancaster could be losing its Eastern Mountain Sports store as the outdoor retailer's parent company seeks to sell off assets as...

Craft business puts down roots in downtown Lebanon

Veterans of the craft-show circuit, Michael and Cindy Fertig finally decided that the set-up and tear-down after each event was wearing them down.

After eyeing restart, electronics retailer hhgregg to liquidate, close all stores

Chain has four locations in the midstate

Retailer hhgregg Inc.'s future can be summed up in three words: Everything must go.

Pie Five Pizza to open next Monday in York

Route 30 location first of two York County locations to open in early 2017

Texas-based Pie Five Pizza Co., which arrived in Pennsylvania with a new Chambersburg restaurant earlier this year, plans to open its first York...

Grocery chain, golf course back local referendums

Grocery chain, golf course back local referendums

Two businesses hope to see a little more beer and wine flowing in York County.

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