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.


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.

PeoplesBank is proud to be an SBA Preferred Lender

As an approved SBA Preferred Lender, PeoplesBank makes it easier than ever to obtain a small business loan

Conservator finds rich history worth restoring in York County

Kenya Brown Feeser has traveled the world restoring artifacts. Now she’s using her unique skillset to bring York history to life.

Leg Up Farm founder steps back to help his organization move forward

Louie Castriota opened the therapy center for kids who have special needs in 2010. To ensure the organization’s success outlives him, he’s been stepping back ever since.