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.

Founder breaks with past to go ‘all-in’ on Harrisburg-based circuit board company

Dan Thau scaled Millennium Circuits Limited from a basement business into a multi-million dollar global company.

Harrisburg-area veteran creates an app of hope for those recovering from addiction

Sharina Johnson’s company is developing a tool that uses artificial intelligence to track emotional triggers and offer support to those in recovery.

After 40 years, founder prepares to pass construction business to next generation

Michael Delp will transfer M. J. Delp Construction to son-in-law Ryan Noll at the end of 2022.

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.

Through highs and lows, entrepreneurial couple find CGA Law Firm by their side

As John and Denise Gilliland built their business and nonprofit ventures, CGA Law Firm helped every step of the way.

Navy veteran takes holistic approach to coaching at his Harrisburg gym

Rogue Sol Training owner Austin Qualls defines an athlete not as someone who plays sports but as someone who has a goal they want to achieve and the drive to make it happen.

Couple shares moments of brightly colored frozen joy with York County 

For nearly two decades, Gill and Myra Gillis have delivered sweet cold treats for York communities through their purple food truck window.

As Blue Heron in East York closes, French restauranter isn’t bidding adieu to industry

Citing challenges related to the pandemic and an ongoing struggle with liquor licenses, David LeHeron closed Blue Heron on Aug. 27. While his future’s unclear, he says he’s not ready to give up entrepreneurship.

True to her roots, York woman builds business creating charcuterie boards

Marie Fisher started Nature’s Platter with little experience but an abundance of passion. As her business has grown, so has her sense of pride—in both the business and herself.