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CPBJ – See the rankings: Best Places to Work in PA 2018

Article featured on Central Penn Business Journal. Congratulations to the following EDC members who were recognized as 2018 Best Places to Work in PA. In the large company category was Baker Tilly, McNees Wallace & [...]

By | December 14th, 2018|Categories: Latest-News|Comments Off on CPBJ – See the rankings: Best Places to Work in PA 2018

LNP – Lancaster Ranks on Forbes List

Article featured on Lancaster Online. Lancaster is on the top of another list! The city’s accolades continue to roll in as the arts and food scene in downtown Lancaster continues to draw attention.

By | December 13th, 2018|Categories: Latest-News|Comments Off on LNP – Lancaster Ranks on Forbes List

Forbes – Innovative Tastes And Tech Helped Make Louisiana Taco Shop A Foodie Destination

Article featured on Forbes. Forbes has named Lancaster one of the “14 Best Places to Travel In The US In 2019”. Karen Loftus, luxury travel, lifestyle and adventure writer, chose the city because of its [...]

By | December 12th, 2018|Categories: Latest-News|Comments Off on Forbes – Innovative Tastes And Tech Helped Make Louisiana Taco Shop A Foodie Destination

2018 Annual Meeting: Panel Discussion

Moderator – Robert M. Krasne, Chair, Steinman Communication | Publisher, LNP Media Group, Inc. Panelists – Robert Beard, President & CEO, UGI Utilities | Executive Vice President – Natural Gas, UGI Corporation Miguel A. Nistal, [...]

By | December 3rd, 2018|Categories: Latest-News|Comments Off on 2018 Annual Meeting: Panel Discussion

LNP – Traffic study for 283 and 230: Smarter zoning would ease commutes

Article featured on Lancaster Online. EDC partnered with the Lancaster County Planning Commission on this important analysis of the 283 and 230 corridors with an eye toward retaining major anchor businesses in that area, supporting [...]

By | November 21st, 2018|Categories: Latest-News|Comments Off on LNP – Traffic study for 283 and 230: Smarter zoning would ease commutes