The Cumberland/Perry Housing and Community Partnership has helped developers secure more than $700,000 in state funds for two downtown redevelopment projects in Cumberland County, said Chris Houston, executive director.Read More »
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The Harrisburg City Council, at the request of Mayor Linda Thompson, this evening plans to read into the record an ordinance that would permit it to sell more of the city's artifacts purchased by former long-time Mayor Stephen R. Reed, said Robert Philbin, Thompson's spokesman.Read More »
York College has signed a lease to become the anchor tenant at York's former Fraternal Order of Eagles building, which is being rehabilitated into a downtown arts center, according to the York County Industrial Development Authority.Read More »
Stakeholders in Columbia are hoping the soon-to-open Turkey Hill Experience will help visitors discover the borough's other businesses and attractions.
Officials with Manor Township-based Turkey Hill Dairy Inc. are planning for a grand opening of the corporate museum and activities center on June 4, spokeswoman Ashley Pluta said. However, a soft opening by the Memorial Day holiday weekend is planned, Pluta said.
Cumberland County-based Carlisle Events and Orrstown Bank have partnered to bring a seasonal branch office to the Carlisle Fairgrounds for the events company's car shows.Read More »
Tens of thousands of southbound motorists tend to rubberneck a little each day just past Interstate 81's Exit 45. They're looking at the array of field artillery and helicopters that greet visitors to the U.S. Army War College in Middlesex Township. A smaller but still significant number of those motorists will end up roaming the grounds and walking the halls of the Army Heritage and Educational Center, just north of Carlisle.Read More »
Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson Inc. will again host an Open House at its York County factory after canceling in 2010 because of the ongoing restructuring of local facilities.Read More »
Gettysburg's growing corporate leadership training could be the path to filling restaurants and hotels during the slower midweek, according to the Gettysburg Convention and Visitors Bureau.Read More »