Comfort Suites Downtown Carlisle
10 S. Hanover Street
Carlisle, PA 17013
Phone: (717) 960-1000
Fax: (717) 960-1010
Abom & Kutulakis, L.L.P., is a full service law firm providing legal representation to individuals and businesses throughout south central Pennsylania.
Personal, small business, corporate and government banking services are offered at M&T Bank. Other Carlisle branches and ATMs can be found at 100 South Spring Garden Street, 812
Founded in 1954, Martson, Deardorff, Williams, Otto, Gilroy & Fuller is a general practice firm offering services in alternative dispute resolution, business and transactional matters, estate planning and asset preservation, real estate and land use, family law, and litigation, including personal injury and workers' compensation.
Part of the National Main Street Program and the Pennsylvania Downtown Center, "the Downtown Carlisle Association is a community-based, non-profit organization that works to preserve Carlisle's rich historical heritage by combating the deterioration of downtown Carlisle and to keep downtown Carlisle economically viable and attractive."
One of the largest regional accounting firms in Central Pennsylvania, Boyer & Ritter is a member of the RSM McGladrey Network, one of the largest certified public accounting firms in the United States. Traditional accounting and tax engagements, personal financial planning, litigation support and business valuations are just some of the services offered.
Gerald L. Brenneman, CPA is perfect for small business owners in tax preparation and planning.
B-H Agency provides home buying, marketing, merchandising, and relocation services.
Carlisle Regional Medical Center is a comprehensive regional healthcare resource dedicates to providing the finest health and wellness services using the newest technology and facilities.
The Greater Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce is your source for local business, relocation and area information.
Grace Student Fellowship is the campus ministry of Grace Baptist Church of Carlisle.
Named in honor of John Dickinson, the penman of the American Revolution and a signer of the Constitution, Dickinson College was the first college chartered in the newly-recognized United States of America. Founded in 1783, Dickinson College a four-year liberal arts college.