Recent Articles from Justin Henry
Another $10 million in relief grants will be made available for Lancaster County businesses and organizations through the third round of the Small Business Recovery and Sustainability Fund.
Riverview Financial Corporation, the parent company of Harrisburg-based Riverview Bank, will close two branches by the close of 2021’s first quarter.
Environmental solutions provider Harsco Corporation renewed its multi-year services contract with SULB Company, a manufacturer of multi-sized angles and beams in the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Two Lancaster County businesses have been approved for a total of $3.4 million in low-interest financing for expansion projects by the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority.
Borrowers of the federal Paycheck Protection Program who took loans of $2 million or greater can expect to receive a form from lenders on which they will be required to attest their funds were necessary to sustain the operations of their business during the pandemic.
Material Matters, an Elizabethtown environmental consulting firm, has rearranged its leadership team, with founder and former CEO Trudy Johnston moving to the role of managing director and Michelle McCall taking over as CEO.
Equus Capital Partners, a Newtown Square commercial real estate agency, has entered into a 10-year lease agreement with Lowe’s Home Centers for more than 1.1 million square feet of warehouse distribution space in the Shippensburg 81 Logistics Center.
UGI’s Lancaster County-based gas division has agreed to pay the Pennsylvania Utility Commission (PUC) $1.1 million, along with $50 million in safety enhancements, as a result of a fatal natural gas explosion in 2017 in Millersville, Lancaster County.
Republican incumbent Rep. Tom Mehaffie, R-Dauphin, owner of Breski Beverage in Harrisburg, is defending his seat for a third term against Democratic challenger Lindsay Drew, founder and president of Hershey-based consulting firm iChase Solutions.
The co-owner and president of York County-based Datum Storage Solutions said he will step down from his position as president, effective this Sunday, after more than 30 years as president of the family-owned manufacturing firm.
The head of a Millersburg warehousing business has been indicted for charges that he evaded paying $2.7 million in taxes.
Armstrong World Industries to launch ceiling products to improve indoor air quality in commercial spaces
“As employers, educators and building owners seek to reopen their facilities, they are looking for ways to meet the heightened expectations of their co-workers and occupants,” Vic Grizzle, president and CEO of Armstrong World Industries