The Downtown Carlisle Association collected close to 400 registrations, rallied over 40 volunteers and arranged all of the logistics to successfully produce the Saturday evening festivities.More | Share
Governor Tom Corbett announced today that Carlisle Construction Materials (CCM) will expand operations to support new growth in the manufacturing industry, retaining 537 jobs and adding 50 new jobs in Cumberland County.More | Share
Visitors traveling on both sides of the Turnpike will now see Historic Downtown Carlisle listed as an attraction with directional signage pointing them off of Carlisle Exit 226.More | Share
Pam Fleck displays some of the items she’ll carry in her new shop, the American Artisan Gallery, in Carlisle. Fleck and her husband recently renovated the building and its storefront for the gallery that will carry hand-made items from around the midstate and the U.S.More | Share
In an effort to encourage interest in and to preserve the historical integrity of Carlisle’s Civil War history, Historic Carlisle, Inc. through the Carlisle Civil War Building Plaque Program is committed to assisting Carlisle property owners in identifying existing buildings that were standing during the Civil War and in and placing plaques on them.More | Share
Union Fire Company No.1 of Carlisle, PA is proud to announce the release of To The Rescue: Carlisle’s Union Fire Company 1789 to 2012. Written by Union Fire Company member Randy Watts, the story is told in 12 detailed chapters based on extensive research from the company’s records and over 220 years of newspaper articles and other documents.
Contact Randy Watts at 717.979.6590 to order for more information.More | Share
It’s that time of year again to start thinking about how we can bring car show attendees to Downtown Carlisle. With the help of Carlisle Events, Cumberland Valley Visitor’s Bureau, DCA/LoveCarlisle.com and Chamber of Commerce we will be printing and distributing flyers and posters to advertise participating businesses.More | Share
The Downtown Carlisle Association welcomed Virginia Mauk to their staff as national retail recruiter. Teaming with Rebecca Yearick of the Cumberland County Redevelopment Authority, and the DCA Economic Restructuring Committee, Mauk’s position will target regional and national retailers and restaurants to consider downtown Carlisle for their expansion.
Wondering if plans for your facade improvement or new storefront sign will match the aesthetic of other surrounding businesses? Check out the new Commercial Building and Signage Reference Guide available now!More | Share
Andalusia started pouring sangria and serving plates of Marcona almonds, roasted peppers and Spanish omelets Monday at 26 N. Hanover St. The nearly 100-seat restaurant takes over the former Argana Moroccan Cuisine which closed last year. The restaurant specializes in Spanish and Moroccan tapas.More | Share