Sep 11, 2018

State auctioning 33 expired liquor licenses, including two in Central Pa.

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is planning to auction another 33 expired restaurant liquor licenses this fall, adding to the more than 200 it has sold over the last two years.

Sep 11, 2018

Kaitlin Schreiber: Stitching the fabric of the Newport community [photos]

As Kaitlin Schreiber pieced together a section of a quilt in her Newport fiber arts supply shop, she pointed out a corner stitch that wasn't perfectly aligned. "That's the humble stitch," she said.

Sep 11, 2018

Royal Square tackles historic renovation in downtown York

Another historic building in downtown York is undergoing renovations.

Sep 7, 2018

Downtown York to welcome three new businesses

Downtown Inc recently welcomed three new businesses to York with ribbon-cutting ceremonies on Friday.

Sep 7, 2018

Amid bankruptcy fight, parent of Jack’s Cider hoping to reorganize

After blazing a trail for Pennsylvania hard-cider producers over the last decade, an Adams County company could be poised for a major makeover under the auspices of a federal bankruptcy court.

Sep 7, 2018

Long-discussed connector road about to get underway in South Middleton Township

A Cumberland County businessman is about to reach his destination after a long and winding road to pave a connection between York and Trindle roads in South Middleton Township — opening up hundreds of acres of land for new development in the process.

Sep 5, 2018

Lancaster County grocery business to close four locations, sell one to Giant

Darrenkamp's, a local family-owned grocery business, on Tuesday said it is closing all four of its locations as soon as November, one of which will be sold to Giant Food Stores LLC.

Sep 5, 2018

Harristown wrapping up apartments on Second Street

As Brad Jones led a tour of his company's latest apartment project in downtown Harrisburg, a 12-unit complex that will begin to fill up on Friday, a few numbers stood out.

Sep 4, 2018

Lititz pest-control company to relocate headquarters to Lancaster

Woodstream Corp. a company that produces pest and animal control products, plans to relocate its corporate headquarters from Lititz to downtown Lancaster by March 2019.

Aug 31, 2018

Charter Homes spending $80M on additions to Cumberland County development

A Lancaster homebuilder is spending $80 million on the next stages of a mixed-use neighborhood in Cumberland County called Arcona.

Aug 31, 2018

Food company on path to recovery after lawsuit, bankruptcy

When Alex Thompson learned that his company was being sued, he told a customer, Fouad Kallamni, that it might not end well. Nonetheless, Thompson reassured him, the suit would not affect their business relationship.

Aug 31, 2018

York NAACP offers suggestions in response to police-video controversy

Suggestions offered at a NAACP meeting earlier this week in York are intended to lessen racial friction in York County.