• York gets a second co-working space - 05/28/2015 01:36 AM EDT
  •  

    Our business staff talks about life beyond the stocks page, including the search for pants that fit and the struggle against debt.

    (Paul Kuehnel - Daily Record/Sunday News)
    Allegro Winery expands, will open additional retail locations

    New acreage will focus on Merlot and other grapes for red wines
    05/27/2015 06:41 PM EDT
    Allegro Winery in Chanceford Township more than doubled the size of its vineyard and is planning a retail push aimed at raising its profile among Pennsylvania wine drinkers. 
    Full Story

    RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS
    Restaurant health inspections: Vaseline on a food mixer?

    05/27/2015 05:26 PM EDT
    See why a handful of York County restaurants are out of compliance in this round of inspections. 
    Full Story

    MOVING UP
    (Hayman Studio)
    Business neighbors news for the week of May 31, 2015

    See who's doing what in the York business world. Full Story

    DEED TRANSFERS
    Search York County, Adams County deed transfers

    Our searchable database shows real estate bought and sold in York and Adams counties since November 2013. Search by school district, township or borough, seller, buyer or street address.  Full Story

    RETAIL
    (Jeff Lautenberger For The Daily Record/Sunday News)
    I-ron-ic's owners to open an art, antiques store

    Etc. will feature art from local artists, antiques and 'unique thrift' items
    Business has been so strong at i-ron-ic since the shop opened on West Philadelphia Street earlier this year, that owners Steve Billet and David Smith are getting ready to open a second store across the street. Full Story

    Judge dismisses case from Ohio pair trying to keep pet bear

    MEDINA, Ohio (AP) — A judge has dismissed a civil case by a northeast Ohio couple who want to keep their toothless, 41-year-old black bear despite not getting a required state permit. Full Story
    Businessman donates $20K to replace 'Scary Lucy' statue

    CELORON, N.Y. (AP) — A Massachusetts businessman has donated $20,000 to replace an infamous statue of comedian Lucille Ball that's located in her western New York hometown. Full Story