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An Oklahoma City-based restaurant operator has reopened the last of the three Sonic restaurants in Lancaster County that shut down last winter.
Under new owners, the former Pig Iron Brewing in Marietta has begun a slow makeover as River Trail Brewing.
The franchise owner of several Harrisburg-area Dunkin’ locations is planning a new shop near Marietta.
In Lititz, Savory Gourmet and Renewal Kombucha have swapped next-door retail spaces on Broad Street.
The departure of Meck’s Produce this Saturday will open space in Lancaster Central Market for up to six new stands.
The conversion of Zoe’s Kitchen to CAVA is complete, and the new restaurant is now open in the Shoppes at Belmont.
An owner of Gracie’s on West Main in Leola has opened a Philly-style sub shop next door to the café.
Forty-six-year-old Ryan Meck might be able to sleep in a little more next week.
Ginger Asian Kitchen has opened in East Hempfield Township with Japanese and Vietnamese dishes.
With a donation that cements a local philanthropic partnership and sharpens its focus on grant making in Lancaster County, the High Foundation has given $65 million to the Lancaster County Community Foundation for a new donor-advised fund.
The longtime owner of a downtown Lancaster coffee shop has sold his building to a local pharmacy.
National auto parts chain Autozone will replace a recently closed furniture store in Lancaster Shopping Center.