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Neff Family to Open Hunger-N-Thirst

Intelligencer Journal / Lancaster New Era
by Tim Mekeel, Business Editor

Go with what you know.

That’s how savvy entrepreneurs point their new business toward success.
And it’s the strategy that the Neff family is following in their first start-up venture, Hunger-N-Thirst.

A unique concept for the county, Hunger-N-Thirst will include a specialty food store, a craft-beer tap room and […]

Published on June 1st, 2015|

New Partnership Creates Countless Opportunities for York County Businesses

York & Lancaster, PA (June 27, 2012) – The York County Economic Alliance and EDC Finance Corporation recently announced their formal partnership to provide the Small Business Administration (SBA) 504 program to York County companies. The collaboration of these two significant organizations means great things for the region.

“We at the York County Economic Alliance are […]

Published on June 1st, 2015|

Farmer Loan Program Milestone

Intelligencer Journal / Lancaster New Era; May 8, 2012
by P.J. Reilly

The Next Generation Farmer Loan Program run in Lancaster and Chester counties over  the past 12 years will hit a milestone Wednesday.

One of four loans the Lancaster County commissioners are expected to consider for approval at their meeting Wednesday will be the 100th awarded to […]

Published on June 1st, 2015|

Engineering Firm Relocates to Former Just Cabinets Building

Intelligencer Journal / Lancaster New Era; May 2, 2012
by Tim Mekeel

Having taken a step back during the recession, a small engineering firm has recovered and taken a step forward.

Providence Engineering Corp. has expanded by acquiring and renovating the former Just Cabinets building at 10 Eisenhower Blvd.

Completion of the $700,000 project, which replaces smaller leased space […]

Published on June 1st, 2015|

Spreading Ivy

Custom cabinetry firm buys former Herr & Sacco property to replace leased site it has occupied since its start in 2005
Sunday News; March 25, 2012
by Tim Mekeel
The feeble economy is leaving many companies too weak to even dream of expanding.

But for those companies that are healthy and looking to grow, there has never been a […]

Published on June 1st, 2015|

4th-Generation Distributor Relocates to Columbia

Intelligencer Journal / Lancaster New Era; March 20, 2012
by Bill Clark

Gorman Distributors, a business new to Columbia Borough, has purchased and renovated a silk mill at 12th and Manor streets.

The fourth-generation family business was started as a grocery store on North Mulberry Street in Lancaster by Benjamin S. Gorman shortly after the turn of the […]

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Worth Advertising

Former factory building is restored for Weber Advertising & Marketing Inc.
Sunday News; May 22, 2011
by Paula Wolf
The large, vacant building that formerly housed Keener Manufacturing Co. is now home to a local ad agency.

The 1920s-era brick edifice, at 533 Janet Ave. in Lancaster city, was purchased in September by Weber Advertising & Marketing Inc., which […]

Published on June 1st, 2015|

Area EDCs push SBA refinancing program

Central Penn Business Journal; April 29, 2011
by Tim Stuhldreher

Midstate economic development corporations are working hard to get the word out about a new U.S. Small Business Administration program designed to help companies facing big mortgage payments in a slumping commercial real estate market.
This year and next, the SBA will allow companies to refinance real estate […]

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Northwest Gateway Project Makes Top 10 List

Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era; April 7, 2011

The Lancaster Northwest Gateway Project has been honored as one of the nation’s 10 best brownfield-revitalization efforts by the nonprofit Phoenix Awards Institute.

The venture, done through EDC Finance with the help of environmental consultants ARM Group, razed and remediated a vacant Armstrong World Industries factory into a future […]

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Ag Lenders Say They’re Back in Business

by Dick Wanner, reporter
Lancaster Farming; February 26, 2011
LANCASTER, Pa. — Ag lenders who survived the banking bloodbath in the fall of 2008 are back in the business of making loans, and they have been for some time. But they are asking all the questions they should have been asking before the financial system imploded, and […]

Published on June 1st, 2015|