Tag Archives: retail

Momentum building in New Cumberland

New Cumberland continues to see new businesses crop up in its downtown. Borough officials and businesses are hoping the momentum of revitalization continues and that bigger tenants will soon move into the Cumberland County borough.

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CBD oil is hot. But will it burn out?

Sally Crowe of Shaffer’s Health Center restocks a display of CBD oil products for sale in the Allentown Farmers market shop. PHOTO/STACY WESCOE

Cannabidiol Oil – or CBD oil as it is commonly called – is hot right now. People are buying it, selling it and investing in it. CBD oil is made from oil in the seeds of hemp plants – whose cultivation was legalized under the 2018 federal farm bill, making the development of CBD-based products easier and less expensive. The oil ...

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York couple builds up healthy food line

Unwillingness to sacrifice healthy food for fast food after the birth of her daughter, Julie Ndjee was inspired to begin experimenting with making vegetable-based sauces in the early 2000s, an experiment that has grown into her York-based business Neilly’s Foods, which sells its products up and down the East Coast and into Texas.

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Former Bon-Ton, Borders face wrecking ball

The Lower Allen Township Development Authority has conditionally awarded a demolition contract to a Steelton-based contractor to tear down the former Bon-Ton and Borders stores on Gettysburg Road. The plan is to redevelop the site with a hotel and retail tenants.

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