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New Smart Health Innovation Lab to Accelerate Technology that Improves Patient Care, Lowers Costs

Smart Health Innovation Lab, a new health care technology center, has announced plans to open this summer in downtown Lancaster. The innovation lab is set to be the only facility of its kind in Central Pennsylvania, where technology innovators, an insurance company, and a health system will offer companies an efficient path to test health [...]

By | March 17th, 2017|Uncategorized|

City on the Rise

It’s Friday night and the Horse Inn is packed. There’s a wait for a table in the main dining room and the front bar is filled with pairs of diners and drinkers sipping on craft cocktails — perhaps a “Call to Arms” (Rittenhouse rye, Zaya rum, ruby port, boiled cider, pressed lime, Angostura) or a [...]

By | March 15th, 2017|Latest-News|

March 2017 Newsletter

EDC Welcomes New Board Members The EDC Board of Directors elected three new members to its ranks at its December meeting: Bret Lieberman, Vice President of New Holland North America, CNH Industrial; Kendra D. McGuire, Member in Charge of the Lancaster Office, McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC; and Susan L. Washburn, founding principal of Washburn & McGoldrick Inc. and Chair of the Board of Trustees of Franklin & Marshall College.

By | March 9th, 2017|EDC Monthly Updates|

LNP – Lancaster ranked happiest, healthiest place in PA and No. 28 in US

Lancaster County is in the top 30 of America's healthiest and happiest places, according to a new ranking. And it is ranked No. 1 in Pennsylvania. The good marks feel about right to Ron Greenawalt, 68. “I think we’re happy,” said the sales manager from East Hempfield Township. “I think that goes back to our [...]

By | March 9th, 2017|Latest-News|

NY Daily News: Lancaster, PA is much cooler than you think

New Yorkers looking for a weekend getaway alternative to the Hamptons or Hudson Valley this spring can dial it down by taking a three-hour train ride from Penn Station to Lancaster, Pennsylvania. There’s a lot more to the laid-back, culturally diverse city than its main tourism draws — handmade Amish goods and outlet shopping. There’s [...]

By | March 6th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Governor Wolf Announces 350 New Jobs with Expansion of Eurofins Facility in Lancaster County

Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf announced today that Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories, Inc. (Eurofins), a provider of analytical testing services to the bio/pharmaceutical, food, environmental, and medical device industries, will substantially expand the laboratory facility at its existing campus in Lancaster County and create 350 new, full-time jobs and retain 1,500 existing positions “I am [...]

By | March 6th, 2017|Latest-News|

Boroughs Economic Development Update | February 2017

By | February 24th, 2017|Boroughs Economic Development Newsletters|

The Most Innovative Companies of 2017 by Sector

Tait  is among Fast Company's list of The Most Innovative Companies of 2017.  Featured under Live Events, Tait is recognized for its innovative production design that manufactures specialized equipment, including LED integrations, kinetic architecture, and stage rigging for film and TV, concert tours, and special events like the Olympics.   To see Fast Company's full [...]

By | February 21st, 2017|Latest-News, Uncategorized|

The Guardian – The tiny town that builds show-stopping sets for Beyonce, Kanye and Madonna

Every night during Taylor Swift’s 2015 world tour, the runway sticking out from the stage would take off and rotate like a propeller, carrying Swift and her dancers over the fans’ heads. At the 2016 Oscars, five glittering towers of statuettes loomed behind the host, like skittles made of crystals, then turned into video screens. [...]

By | February 10th, 2017|Latest-News|

LNP – Bulova building downtown slated for sleek $25-$30M makeover

A real estate developer with an established track record in Lancaster city plans to spend $25 million to $30 million to turn the blighted Bulova building in the heart of downtown into “a dynamic and fresh” mixed-use complex of offices, retail space and condominiums. The larger goal is for the transformation of 101 N. Queen [...]

By | February 9th, 2017|Latest-News|