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LNP – State loans $675,000 to two Lancaster County businesses to help them grow

The Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority on Wednesday announced the approval of state funding for two Lancaster County projects. A $275,000, low-interest state loan to Refreshing Mountain Camp Inc. will help fund a $558,000 upgrade to [...]

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

LNP – Column: Why clean water should be a local priority for business, government and agriculture

John D. Cox is president of Turkey Hill Dairy, immediate past chair of the Economic Development Company of Lancaster County and former board member of the Lancaster Farmland Trust. There is a unique intersecting interest [...]

By | September 20th, 2016|Categories: Latest-News|

LNP – Heat-exchange part maker wins state loan to help $1M expansion

A small city company has won a $400,000 state loan to expand, creating seven jobs. Energy Wall secured the 10-year loan through the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority, the authority said Wednesday. The loan will help [...]

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

CPBJ – Aspire reveals specialty services slated for Clio Health Lancaster

Construction began this month on a $35 million health care facility in Lancaster City called Clio Health Lancaster, and plans already are in the works to add a hotel to the property. Clio Health Lancaster, [...]

By | September 1st, 2016|Categories: Latest-News|

CPBJ – BrandYourself expands services with new capital

A New York-based online reputation management company with an office in Lancaster County recently received start-up funding to expand its services. BrandYourself, which opened a Lancaster City office this year, announced it has raised $2 [...]

By | August 12th, 2016|Categories: Latest-News|

LNP – High Real Estate Group eyes $400M investment in multifamily rental housing

When you hear the name High Real Estate Group, certain images probably come to mind. Corporate parks, hotels, shopping centers? Absolutely. Apartments and townhouses? Well, if you don’t know that High is among the biggest [...]

By | August 9th, 2016|Categories: Latest-News|