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Tattered Flag, a Middletown-based brewery, distillery and eatery that focuses on barrel-aged beer and spirits, is opening a Manheim Township location today (Friday, Sept. 17).
The Ben Franklin Technology Partners have selected a Lancaster startup as one of eight finalists for its “Big Idea” innovation competition, with a $50,000 grand prize.
The reopening of the Sonic restaurant in Mount Joy, which had been expected this week, has been delayed about a month, until Oct. 13, one of its new owners said.
Two small Lancaster County transportation providers are among 54 operators statewide to have their operating certificates suspended temporarily for failing to have insurance, the state Public Utility Commission announced Wednesday.
Eight major senior-living communities in and near Lancaster County announced Tuesday they will require all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19, unless the employee has a medical or religious exemption.
Nearly two-thirds of people working in Lancaster County are employed at businesses covered by President Joe Biden’s new plan to fight the spread of COVID-19, especially the highly contagious delta variant.
The only Walgreens in Lancaster County closed indefinitely at about 10 a.m. Thursday when its computer network crashed, according to the company.
Looking to further diversify from its core business as a leaf tobacco supplier, a Virginia-based company announced Tuesday it has agreed to buy Lancaster-based Shank’s Extracts for $100 million cash.
A Lancaster developer intends to spend $48 million to build 216 apartments on the Stockyard Inn property at Lititz Pike and Marshall Avenue, at the northern edge of Lancaster city.
On this Labor Day, the annual celebration of the achievements of American workers, Lancaster County’s economy is still struggling to replicate one of its biggest feats – being the home of more than 260,000 jobs.
Fulton Bank remains the largest bank in Lancaster County by a sizable margin, new federal data shows.
A Manheim Borough business that produces parts for cement-making and mining machinery is closing in the first quarter of 2022, according to the union representing its hourly workers.