3 York County female entrepreneurs taking their dreams to the bank

Launching a business is a big endeavor. When it came to financing their dream, these three businesses in York County turned to PeoplesBank.


Brothers celebrate 30 years since launching tech company in their York basement

Scott and John Dolmetsch launched Business Information Group from their basement before personal computers were the norm.

Founder’s cross-cultural experience helps her make a difference in her community

Tannisha Fuentes dreamed of creating work opportunities for marginalized York residents that provided a path to fulfillment and growth.

Frank’s Marble & Granite owner carries on father’s legacy as company celebrates 50 years

Helping his dad at work was Frank’s Marble & Granite owner Carmine Pantano’s first job.

Table 19: An Evening with Bob Pullo

Missed our event last week? Watch it in full here.

Pappus House founders see death differently since starting York County hospice home

Pappus is the silky white filament in a milkweed pod that carries the seed to its next destination. Like its namesake, Pappus House provides a home for those traveling through end of life.

York doctor revives ‘old fashioned family medicine’

Dr. Christina Doll went into medicine to make a difference in people’s lives. When working for the traditional system didn’t fit her style, she decided to craft her own family practice.

2 The Tee Outfitters owner seeks to make impact over impression

Chris Markey has created a culture of teamwork as he’s grown 2 The Tee Outfitters from his basement into a 17,000-square-foot facility in Emigsville.

Co-owner of Skillet2Plate Soul Bistro makes entrepreneurship a family pursuit

When Lauren Days opened Skillet2Plate Soul Bistro with her husband, Terrence, and their blended family of six kids, she knew it would be a family venture.

After hatching from York College’s business incubator, HomeVision AR eyes next steps

The J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship at York College of Pennsylvania helped CEO Andy Lynch hone his augmented reality company’s business plan.

CEO of The Program finds fulfillment offering ex-offenders a second chance

AliceAnne Frost gave up a lucrative career to help ex-offenders restart their lives. She doesn’t regret it for a moment.

YCEA’s Bloom Small Business program helps eyelash entrepreneur take business to next level

While Jaxi Rodriguez had already been an entrepreneur for decades, the experience she got from the York County Economic Alliance’s Bloom Small Business Development Program helped her reinforce the financial side of her current business, Lash Up Beauty Bar.

Mommy In Heels brings a message of self-acceptance to fashion lovers

Fashion influencer Rebecca Wattenschaidt transformed her love of fashion into a career path that didn’t exist until recent years.

How businesses can get creative during this year’s Give Local York

York County businesses of all sizes can be part of the annual day of giving in their own way.

Entrepreneur takes recreational haven to next level in southern York County

Carrie Almony took over Titanium Athletics with a vision to create a youth recreation facility with a safe space for every member of the family.