People and Places from Jan. 26, 2014
Goldberg presents keynote address
Pataki has book review published
Perkins co-edits volume of letters
Lind invited as conductor for choral festivals
Ade’s Christmas play staged in Pittsburgh
FNB cites merger-related expenses
FNB Corp. reported its earnings were down slightly for the fourth quarter due mainly to merger-related expenses, but were up overall for 2013.
Tickets on sale of Chamber of Commerce dinner
Tickets are available for the Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce annual dinner on Wednesday.
Longstreet leaves The Lube, Dreiboholz named interim CEO
Quaker Steak & Lube of Sharon announced its chief executive officer has left the company and it has appointed an interim CEO.
QS&L acquires 5 restaurants
Quaker Steak & Lube said Friday it has acquired five restaurants in North Carolina, Indiana and Virginia.
FNB receives regulatory approval to buy BCSB
FNB Corp. said Thursday the company had received regulatory approval to buy Baltimore-based BCSB Bancorp Inc.
910th Airlift Wing in Vienna to lose planes and workers
The 910th Airlift Wing is getting its wings clipped at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station in terms of planes and jobs.
Leeds retiring after 42 years, Carrick named as director
After more than 42 years with Penn State University, Dr. Fredric Leeds will retire as chancellor of Penn State Shenango on Dec. 31. Dr. Jo Anne Carrick, a New Castle native and former Shenango campus teacher, will assume the leadership role as campus director.
Court affirms local arbitration award against eatery owners
Superior Court said Friday that a local judge properly confirmed an arbitration award against the owners of a Hermitage eatery.
Oh-Penn creating a Pathway to a better area workforce
Like a manufacturer might produce steel pipes, two local organizations have joined hands to craft a strategy to develop a regional workforce ready for employment.
United Way’s summit a ‘Success’
The United Way of Mercer County’s Economic Summit, held Oct. 24 at Sharon’s Case Avenue Elementary School, provided a forum for area business leaders to better understand that high quality early-learning programs result in substantial economic development benefits to our region.
Wendell August on track for reopening
Wendell August is on track for its planned grand reopening on Tuesday, said Will Knecht, the company’s president and owner.
United Way holds economic summit on early childhood
Dr. Barbara Minzenberg, deputy secretary of the Pennsylvania Office of Child Development and Early Learning, will be the keynote speaker at the United Way of Mercer County’s 4th Annual Economic Summit on Early Childhood Investment.
New Pizza Hut to reopen today
The Pizza Hut restaurant in Hermitage is set to reopen at 11 a.m. today in its new and bigger building at its former site on South Hermitage Road near Kohl’s.
Penn-Northwest enjoys year of growth, retooling
It was a year of growth, revising, updating and retooling for growth at Penn-Northwest Development Corp., said Randy Seitz, CEO of the non-profit business at the organization’s annual meeting on Thursday.
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