Muhly & Cedar in Shrewsbury blooms out of pandemic

Jen Lubman’s free spirit and eye for design led her to open her borough shop a little more than a year ago.

Family shares Mexican heritage in West York’s ‘hidden gem’ taqueria, El Sol

Tucked behind a Mexican retail store called El Sol is a family-run restaurant that’s serving up traditional dishes, from carne asada to tortas.

4 fundamental changes to SBA program that could affect your small businesses

CGA Law Firm’s John Robert Wilson explains how substantial policy changes to the COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan program could affect your small business.

In changing economy, what tools will help businesses thrive?

PeoplesBank is launching its first webinar as part of a business banking series.

York entrepreneur finds himself cut out for both mowing and motivating

After failing out of college, serving a prison sentence, and losing his brother, Tavon Parker found the motivation to rewrite his story, re-commit to his lawn business, and help other York City teens do the same.

After closing her storefront in 2020, Claudia’s Artistry draws up comeback

Claudia Salazar is a self-taught artist whose work can be found on sneakers, t-shirts, leather jackets, and more. Her childhood trauma led her to create and find opportunities for healing.

Master Felicia is not playing: York woman kicks kids into shape with Tae Kwon Do

Dr. Felicia O. A. Dennis wields a fifth-degree black belt, holds a Ph.D. in theology, and will soon serve as a York City Councilwoman. As an entrepreneur, she’s using the lessons of Tae Kwon Do to change the lives of York students and their families.

Entrepreneur with two tech companies downtown asks, ‘Why not York?’

Kevin Cramer’s life sciences software company Sapio Sciences and sales and marketing tracking business Veloxity stand out in a city not necessarily known as a technology hub.

Crafting a new life, contractor builds his American dream

Ulises Salinas has relied on patience – both in learning his craft and the ways of a new country – to help him grow his business.

Mom hopes soap business inspired by her kids leads them to take chances of their own

Cresha Drayden started making her own soaps years ago to help her children get through a skin condition. Today, she helps others feel their best at her Central Market York stand, Our Sons and Daughters.