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Girls on the Run received a $1 million grant to support its continued inclusion, diversity, equity and access (IDEA) work.
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Brandywine Plaza, a 44,241-square-foot strip mall in Susquehanna Township, sold for $4.675 million, it was announced by listing agency Marcus & Millichap, a real estate brokerage firm specializing in investment sales, financing, research and advisory services.
Lancaster-based Ecore International has acquired 360 Tire Recycling Group, a tire recycling management company.
Michael Bernhardt has been named Chief Financial Officer at APR Supply Co.
Best Western Grantville/Hershey opened Monday at 450 Station Road, Grantville.
It was two decades in the making, but the newly built Sylvia H. Rambo U.S. Courthouse in Harrisburg opened its doors to the public April 17.
High Properties LLC bought the 144,000-square-foot Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health plant in East Lampeter Township for $14 million, according to a deed filed last month at the Lancaster County Courthouse.
Cumberland County is maintaining its status as Pennsylvania’s fastest growing county.
Amazon recently opened a 414,000-square-foot delivery station in Rapho Township, Lancaster County- its first in North America this year.
A new interactive map highlighting renewable energy projects across Pennsylvania was unveiled Tuesday by PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center.