Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Get your tickets to cash in on the largest Powerball jackpot in history.
UPDATE: The Powerball Wednesday was boosted to $550 million, the largest jackpot in its history. If you can manage to get to local stores to buy a Powerball ticket by 9:59 p.m. Wednesday, you could be millions of dollars richer. The estimated Powerball jackpot was boosted to $500 million today, after previously sitting at $425 million, according to the Powerball website. Lottery officials have described this as the largest jackpot in its history with an estimated cash payout of $327.4 million. The previous top windfall of $365 million was claimed by eight co-workers in Lincoln, NE, in 2006. Powerball numbers on Saturday claimed more than 2 million winners on the Nov. 24 drawing, but no jackpot winners were among the 42 participating …
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…
Saturday, October 22, 2011
David Jablonsky, 24, is accused of stealing more than $1,000 from downtown businesses.
A Coraopolis man accused of distracting merchants and stealing more than $1,000 from several Sewickley businesses was arraigned Friday night on two felony counts of burglary. David Jablonsky, 24, is also charged with two felony counts of trespass and two misdemeanor counts of theft. Sewickley Police Chief James Ersher said Jablonsky was picked up Thursday in Economy, Beaver County, for another burglary attempt. A woman returned home to find Jablonsky inside her home ransacking the place, police said. Sewickley Police Sgt. Dave Mazza said Jablonsky ran from the residence, but the homeowner recognized him as the person living in an apartment next door. Mazza said Economy police located Jablonsky and the woman identified him as the person …
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 …