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LNP – Spooky Nook Sports starts $710,000 upgrade of event-space capabilities

Article featured on LancasterOnline. Spooky Nook Sports already is established as a place for athletic training and competition. Now Nook Sports is trying to strengthen its appeal as a place for other kinds of events. The Manheim-area facility has started a $710,000 project to upgrade its event-hosting capabilities, so it can serve customers more efficiently. [...]

By | March 7th, 2018|Latest-News|

Job Opportunities Now Open in Lancaster – Forbes “10 Coolest U.S. Cities”

  VIEW OPEN POSITIONS Economist Center for Regional Analysis The Center for Regional Analysis (CRA) represents a progressive approach to developing a strong, sustainable economy in a regional marketplace where impact can be tangible and visible.  Led by the Economic Development Company of Lancaster County, CRA responds to a growing trend in the economic development [...]

By | March 5th, 2018|Center for Regional Analysis, Job Postings|

March 2018 Newsletter

By | March 5th, 2018|EDC Newsletters|

VIDEO – Panel Discussion with the People You’d Like to See in Your Borough On December 14, 2017, EDC hosted a panel discussion with "The People You'd Like to See in your Borough" - local business owners who operate in downtowns in Lancaster County. Panel: Anne Kirby, Co-Founder, The Candy Factory Bill Collister, Co-Owner, Columbia Kettle Works Crystal Weaver, Co-Founder & COO, Commons Company The panel was [...]

By | February 27th, 2018|Boroughs Collaborative|

Forbes – The 10 Coolest U.S. Cities to Visit in 2018

Article featured on Forbes. Guess who made the cut! LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA! This newly hip Victorian city—just three hours from New York City—is still one of the U.S.’s best kept secrets, says Marchant. “The center of Amish country is bucolic but boasts a bustling food scene and is quickly becoming a cultural hotbed. The architecture is [...]

By | February 27th, 2018|About Lancaster, Latest-News|

Keystone Edge – Rolling on the River

Article featured on Keystone Edge. Columbia, Lancaster County, is a town nestled along the mighty Susquehanna River. Walk through downtown towards the water and you’ll pass historic brick buildings, vintage storefronts and Victorian homes. You’ll see thriving antique markets, a brewpub, a world-renowned museum and a stately market hall. Once you reach the Susquehanna, look right [...]

By | February 21st, 2018|About Lancaster, Boroughs Collaborative, Latest-News|

The Inquirer – Lancaster’s gastronomic leap continues

Article featured in The Inquirer. It’s an hour and a half due west of Philadelphia, not really that much farther than some of our suburbs. But Lancaster and its surrounding countryside is very much a distinctive place,  a unique blend of historic city charm and idyllic farmland rusticity that’s now experiencing a booming scene of sophisticated restaurants to counter [...]

By | February 16th, 2018|About Lancaster|

WIRED – Inside the Amish town that builds U2, Lady Gaga, and Taylor Swift’s live shows

Article featured on WIRED. Deep in Amish country, Tait Towers designs live sets for the world's biggest music acts. Its aim? To make rock stars' visions come alive - In December 2016, designer Ric Lipson was in New York on a conference call with Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr. Lipson is [...]

By | February 6th, 2018|About Lancaster|

LNP – Beyond bucolic: Lancaster County’s picturesque farmland helps power local economy

Column by EDC President Lisa Riggs featured on LancasterOnline. Two recent statewide analyses highlight the significant impact farming has on our economy. These reports, coming out of Team Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and the Center for Dairy Excellence, focus on the entire commonwealth, but given Lancaster County’s agricultural dominance within the context of [...]

By | February 6th, 2018|Latest-News|

LNP – Economist Naomi Young to lead Lancaster’s new Center for Regional Analysis

Article featured on LancasterOnline.  Photo courtesy of Richard Hertzler/LNP. With employers hiring, retail centers springing up, the housing market chugging along and many workers getting raises, Lancaster County’s usually resilient economy seems to be doing just fine. But tomorrow could be a different story, particularly if business and government leaders here make decisions based on [...]

By | January 29th, 2018|Center for Regional Analysis, Latest-News|