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LNP – Column: Neighborhood revitalization starts with neighborliness

My job at Lancaster City Alliance allows me the opportunity to build relationships across a broad range of stakeholders in Lancaster. Often when I take a walk over lunch to run errands, I am inspired [...]

By | December 14th, 2016|Categories: Latest-News|

CPBJ – Agribusiness fuels economy of Central Pa.

Agribusiness — food processing and manufacturing in particular — is big business. And it is becoming an important part of the economic development strategy of several counties in the region. Cumberland County has even made [...]

By | December 7th, 2016|Categories: Latest-News|

LNP – Tax credits may help jump-start Hotel Lancaster, Bulova projects in downtown Lancaster

Millions of dollars in federal tax credits could be the missing piece that helps revitalize a key block in the heart of downtown Lancaster. Lancaster-based Community First Fund announced this week it has received $45 [...]

By | November 29th, 2016|Categories: Latest-News|

LNP – Column: Center for Regional Analysis should give Lancaster County an economic development edge

Earlier this month, the Economic Devleopment Co. of Lancaster County announced the creation of the Center for Regional Analysis, a local applied economic research center. This new entity, supported significantly through contributions from The Steinman [...]

By | November 15th, 2016|Categories: Latest-News|

LNP – New economic research center to boost Lancaster County’s competitiveness

Lancaster County business leaders are launching a research center to study the local economy and offer executives key data as they weigh opportunities to expand or relocate. The move, announced Wednesday, is designed to boost [...]

By | November 3rd, 2016|Categories: Latest-News|

Lancaster is Pennsylvania’s best-kept tech secret

Mike McMonagle is the director of sales and marketing at Industrial Resolution and Pubforge, which operate in Downtown Lancaster. Pastoral. Quaint. Amish. If these are the types of words that come to mind when – [...]

By | October 18th, 2016|Categories: Latest-News|