From India to Lancaster, entrepreneur redefines fashion with purpose and passion

Timbrel Chyatee is bridging cultural divides and welcoming diverse clientele to celebrate their identities through her fashion brand CHYATEE.

E-bike entrepreneurs keep on rolling, open second location in Lancaster County

Capitalizing on the growing popularity of e-bikes, Let’s Roll founders Tim Hill and Ryan Finger launched a second shop in Columbia.

Local PGA pro and owner of indoor golf centers tees off franchise opportunities

Matt Keller, founder of York and Lancaster Indoor Golf & Training Centers, recently began licensing his high-tech golf centers.

EsoArts founders create a space for creatives of all backgrounds in Lancaster

An unlikely foursome’s dream of a gallery that welcomed all forms of expression by artists from all walks of life became a reality this year when they opened EsoArts.

Four generations later, family behind Kreider Farms continues to innovate

Khalee Kreider and her family have seen dairy and egg production thrive recently at their Lancaster County farm.

Cookie connoisseurs savor success with high-tech tools and a culture of kindness

Doug and Sara Taylor spent their dating journey baking together. They never imagined it would turn into a multi-location cookie empire.

Lancaster-based social space innovator offers help for adoptive parents

Isaac Etter’s paid parenting platform, Identity, caters to foster and adoptive parents, with subscribers across the U.S., Canada, and even New Zealand.

Lancaster homeschool mom blends past skills into running Keystone Coffee House

Donna Shenk says the skills she honed while homeschooling her four kids apply to operating her shop inside the Lancaster Amtrak station.

BloomBox founders see explosive growth in online sales, in-person delivery

Chase Hafer didn’t know much about plants when he launched BloomBox. That was business partner David Zablocki’s realm. The decision to merge online sales with an in-person touch helped the duo build a one-of-a-kind online plant retailer.

Blazin’ J’s founder expands spicy chicken kingdom to fifth location in three years

Lancaster native Jabron Taylor’s next big dream is to franchise the concept and open 100 restaurants over the next five years.