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Red Lion schools selling off land originally bought for expansion

Source: York Daily Record/Sunday News

The school district is asking $2.5 million for the almost 69-acre parcel on Country Club Road, according to a marketing brochure produced by Rock... Full Story »»

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Developer seeks water plant for 350-home project in East Earl

Source: Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

At its meeting Monday, April 21, East Earl Township's zoning hearing board heard a presentation on the water supply for a proposed development of... Read More »»

Former GreenWorks partners focus on more than Harrisburg

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

During much of the last decade, John Tierney and Matt Tunnell were partners at GreenWorks Development LLC, a Harrisburg-based real estate developer... Read More »»

D. Lee Carlson named president of PA Media Group

Source: The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News

A sales and marketing leader with more than 40 years experience in the media industry is the new President of PA Media Group. Read More »»

Franklin House Tavern becomes first tavern in York County with gaming license

Source: The (Hanover) Evening Sun

Making Adams County history just wasn't enough for tavern owners Barry and Ronda Zeigler. In March, their Midway Tavern in Conewago Township became... Read More »»

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Special Editions

Currents - Spring 2014

Currents - Spring 2014

Generations 2014

Generations 2014
What do Utz Quality Foods, Sun Motor Cars and Knoebels Amusement Resort have in common? They're all regional family businesses. Through the years, they have grown by successfully extending their businesses to the next generations. Today, these families maintain significant ownership in their companies, and they also have family members serving at the executive level. Read on to see many more examples of local family businesses — and family businesses in the making.

Giving Guide 2014

Giving Guide 2014
Central Pennsylvania’s nonprofits don’t sit around waiting for funds to fall into their pockets. Quite the contrary, they’re actively fundraising, networking and getting the community involved in their causes. See how 10 organizations are doing this, and how we can reach out to show our support. Also featured in this publication are the unique approaches and forward-thinking ways of the 2014 Nonprofit Innovation Award winners.

Milestones 2014

Milestones 2014
Join us in celebrating 30 Central Pennsylvania businesses and their notable anniversaries — from five years to 170 years. Reaching such milestones shows a steadfast dedication to improving the business and social landscape of our region. It's all done through impressive business ideas, dedicated employees, lots of gumption and a whole lot more. The result is smart business, and we can all learn from that.

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