Monday, October 22, 2012
The First National Bank branch on Steubenville Pike remains closed after the accident, but the drive-through window is open.
A Robinson Township teen who obtained her driver's permit two weeks ago crashed the car she was driving into the side of a bank on Steubenville Pike while trying to park outside Monday afternoon, Robinson Township police said. Robinson Patrolman Noel Pilewski said no one was hurt when the car crashed through a window and wall into an office area of the First National Bank branch at 6298 Steubenville Pike. The bank remains closed, but employees said the drive-through window remains open for customers. The driver of the car, Elizabeth Pistritto, 18, of Robinson, said she obtained her driver's permit two weeks ago and was accompanied Monday by an adult, as required. She said she'd intended to go to the bank to make a transaction and was …
Friday, May 4, 2012
A ribbon cutting for Cocothé took place Thursday followed by a grand opening celebration for Sidelines today.
Standing outside the Sidelines Beer House, Sewickley Mayor Brian Jeffe presided over his second ribbon cutting in just two days. A grand opening for Sidelines took place at noon Friday, a day after a ribbon cuting was held Thursday at Cocothé on Beaver Street. On Thursday, Cocothé, a French-inspired shop, owned by Courtney Yatesheld a grand opening party in the shop at 541 Beaver St. The shop sells have gourmet, organic, natural and unique flavors of chocolate, and various kinds of loose leaf teas. Today, staff stood outside 518 Locust Place alongside owner Bob Miller and executive chef Brad Murray to celebrate the grand opening of the new neighborhood bar, which serves 200 kinds of beer and "bar food with a flair." Jeffe estimates there …
Friday, April 20, 2012
A grand opening party was held Thursday to officially welcome First National Bank to Sewickley.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening party Thursday officially welcomed the newest First National Bank branch in downtown Sewickley. Community leaders and local business owners joined representatives of First National Bank in celebrating. The festivities included music from Quaker Valley band students and Mayor Brian Jeffe reading a proclamation to the bank. “First National Bank has been involved in the Sewickley community for some time as a partner in providing financial support for community and business development. Now we are pleased to officially welcome them as a member of our community,” Jeffe said. Vincent J. Delie Jr., CEO of First National Bank and president and CEO of F.N.B. Corp., also said the bank has consistently …
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
The community is invited to participate in special grand-opening promotions.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
This week marks the grand opening celebration of First National Bank's new Sewickley branch on Beaver Street. Light refreshments are being served during the week through Sunday, April 21. Radio personalities from Pittsburgh's WISH 99.7 will also be broadcasting from the Sewickley branch throughout the celebration week. In addition to a variety of special promotions, a 6 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned for Thursday, April 19. Sewickley Mayor Brian Jeffe will begin by reading a proclamation officially welcoming First National Bank to the community. Branch Manager Gerard Gloekler said the bank welcomes local residents and business leaders. "We invite our Sewickley neighbors to stop by the branch during our grand opening, and to …
Friday, March 16, 2012
In addition to comprehensive wealth management, the new full service branch offers private banking services, a full-service drive up kiosk and off-street parking.
Friday, March 16, 2012
First National Bank of Pennsylvania has opened a new branch office in downtown Sewickley and the community is invited to stop by and celebrate. Light refreshments will be served Saturday at the new Sewickley branch at 604 Beaver St. Visitors are invited to stop in and meet the local staff, including assistant vice president, manager Gerard "Gerry" Gloekler. Gloekler, a Pittsburgh native, manages branch operations and sales efforts including the development of new business and customer service. “We have been very involved in the Sewickley community for some time,” Vincent J. Delie, Jr., CEO of First National Bank and president and CEO of F.N.B. Corp., said in a press release. “We’ve consistently invested in the future of the Sewickley area…
Thursday, August 18, 2011
A grand opening is planned for early December.
Barring setbacks, Scott Fadzen is feeling pretty positive that the multi-million dollar construction project at the former Yankello's site will be finished on time. Fadzen, general contractor, said the work at 604 Beaver St. is moving along very well and very quickly. “It looks like we may stick to our schedule and have the place open before Light Up Night,” he said. “We’re very excited.” Fadzen said the old building at Beaver and Chestnut streets was at least 70 years old and had to be torn down rather than renovated. “There was nothing good about it,” he said. Demolition to the old building started in May, and work has continued to progress, with the shell of the new building already standing. Fadzen expects to install the roof in early …