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A tale of two towns (access required)

The boroughs of Camp Hill and New Cumberland have long stood as gateway communities to the West Shore and Cumberland County. Each has seen its local economies ebb and flow with the new realities and struggles of brick-and-mortar retail and restaurant spaces.

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Collaborative discussion: Two years in since Highmark/Penn State partnership

Central Penn Business Journal played host to a sponsored roundtable discussion earlier this fall with key representatives from Highmark, Penn State Health and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg. The talk centered on the collaborative partnership between Highmark and Penn State Health, which was announced in December 2017 and it highlighted why the collaborative makes ...

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Oakwood Hills development officially opens (access required)

Rider Musser Development LLC, along with government officials and representatives of the college, were on hand for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the first phase of Oakwood Hills, a multi-phase mixed-use development located in Upper Allen Township.

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D&H Distributing kicks off new era in 101st year (access required)

D&H Distributing, a major provider of small-to-medium-sized business, education and consumer technologies in North America, and one of the largest privately-owned companies in the nation, formally opened its new headquarters in Lower Paxton Township Wednesday. The 101-year-old business, founded in Williamsport and headquartered on Seventh Street in Harrisburg for the past 67 years, is now ...

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D&H Distributing opens ‘Google of the East’ in Lower Paxton (access required)

Having a bright red, one-story, playground-quality corkscrew slide in your office doesn’t automatically qualify you as a progressive, forward-thinking workplace, but let’s be honest, it doesn’t hurt. That is one of the first things you’ll see if you walk into the building at 100 Tech Drive in Lower Paxton Township. Formerly home to Amp Inc., ...

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