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Reader Rankings Correction (access required)

A number of errors were made in the printed version of the Central Penn Business Journal’s 2021 Reader Rankings magazine. We apologize to our winners who were impacted, and to you, our readers. A corrected version of the magazine can be found online at:

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Comcast plans to expand gigabit broadband in Lancaster County (access required)

After completing an expansion to bring gigabit broadband to customers in Sullivan County, Comcast announced that it is making additional investments in four other Pennsylvania counties, including Lancaster. The project will connect nearly 3,400 rural homes and businesses in those five counties. In Lancaster County, Comcast will enhance its network to deliver broadband to 185 ...

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Grauer’s Paint & Decorating expanding Lititz location (access required)

Grauer’s Paint & Decorating, is doubling the size of its warehouse at 739 Rothsville Road in Lititz. The home decorating store, operating since 1934, will be expanding the Lititz warehouse by 2,400 square feet, making the facility more than 5,000 square feet. “The reason behind the expansion follows the long-standing culture of the Grauer’s brand ...

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Pa.’s farmland preservation program surpasses 600,000 acres (access required)

Pennsylvania’s farmland preservation program has preserved more than 600,000 acres, a milestone was celebrated at the Martin Farm in Berks County by state Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding, and state Sen. Judy Schwank, D-Berks, minority chair of the Senate Agriculture & Rural Affairs committee, and industry leaders. The state invested $7.5 million to preserve 2,515 acres ...

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History-making $5M donation to Millersville University to benefit business studies

Millersville University announced today the largest donation in the school’s history, $5 million, from philanthropists Sam and Dena Lombardo that will be used to renovate Brooks Hall into the Samuel N. and Dena M. Lombardo Hall. That 30,134-square-foot building, a former athletics venue, will house the Lombardo College of Business, the university’s first named college. ...

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