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November 2, 2009 Plankenhorn’s Stationery has been a mainstay in the community for more than a century, not only focusing on changing with the times, but also giving back to the community. more »»

Plankenhorn’s Stationery celebrates 110th anniversary with its customers

November 2, 2009 Plankenhorn’s will celebrate 110 years of continual business on Nov. 12. “We will have a live remote with Gary Chrisman from 11 a.m. to 1 p.. more »»

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November 2, 2009 What began in 1987 as a moonlighting venture with nothing more than a bucket of tools has evolved into an incorporated business that has forged a three-pronged partnership with other individuals in... more »»

SMALL BUSINESS

November 2, 2009 One of the area’s newest financial agencies only may be two years old, but its ownership has a 30-year backing that the proprietor considers to have been led by one of the best. Tami S. more »»

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November 2, 2009 Over the years, Paulhamus Litho, Inc. began as a one-man printing press and has morphed into a full service and full color printing company, which serves many printing need. more »»

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October 5, 2009 Field-Tec, a Muncy service providing business, began as an afterthought for two area college instructors. more »»

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October 5, 2009 Area children are beginning to storm a local castle along the edges of a South Williamsport neighborhood, and claiming it as their own. Treasure Castle Playland, 1414 W. Southern Ave. more »»

SMALL BUSINESS

October 5, 2009 Nestled among the mountains and countryside of rural Lycoming County, McConnell’s Country Store offers a little bit of everything for everyone, according to its owner Glenn McConnel. more »»

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October 5, 2009 Van Campen Motors has been a mainstay in the Williamsport area for more than six decades. However, if it weren’t for World War II, it is an establishment that may have never bee. more »»

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September 15, 2009 Nearly three decades ago, Tom Hunsberger wanted more from the sales companies he found himself working for. He craved a more customer service driven business. more »»

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September 15, 2009 Not many can say they can take a teenage hobby or interest and carve it into a career, but for Travis Wright of Wright’s Auto Sales, 922 Broad St. in Montoursville, that’s exactly what he did. more »»

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September 15, 2009 John Rich, an immigrant from England, built a woolen mill in 1830. Little did he know what that mill would evolve into. more »»

START-UP BUSINESS

September 15, 2009 In the interest of creating a diner to the theme of a by-gone era, Five and Dime Diner owner Dale Wagner said it’s his and his partner Michael Orrico’s hope that their diner acts as a first step in... more »»

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August 3, 2009 More than four decades ago Gary Puderbaugh opened a furniture store in Picture Rocks that would sell quality furniture at reasonable prices. more »»

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August 3, 2009 Santino Cracchiolo began his days in the restaurant business when he was just 12 years old as a dishwasher, he said. Today, Cracchiolo owns Santino’s Italian Cuisine, 100 South Main St. more »»

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August 3, 2009 In the early 20s, Williamsport, a central location between several metropolitan areas, realized there was a definate need for an upscale hotel in the area. more »»

START-UP BUSINESS

August 3, 2009 With more than 100,000 washes to date, Joe Reighard has only one mission in his operation at Soapy Joe’s Car Wash, 115 Broad St., in Montoursville: keeping your car clean. more »»

 
 

 

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