Restaurant adds pickup window
Eat ’n Park Restaurants has opened a pickup window at its
1900 Minno Drive location in Westmont.
The new addition is designed to provide a more convenient takeout option for guests. Guests can call in their takeout order and then pick it up without ever leaving their car.
“Our new pickup window provides a convenient option for our guests,” said Kevin O’Connell, senior vice president, marketing, Eat’n Park Restaurants.
Dollar General opens in Richland
A grand opening will be held beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday for the new Dollar General store that opened recently at 850 Scalp Ave. in Richland Township.
Customers will enjoy special deals and free prizes at the event.
The first 50 shoppers at the store will receive a $10 Dollar General gift card and the first 200 shoppers will receive a Dollar General tote bag, among other giveaways.
The store will employ six to 10 people.
AmeriServ forms State College Advisory Board
STATE COLLEGE – AmeriServ has announced that, along with some local business leaders, it has formed a Regional State College Advisory Board to help the bank foster new relationships.
The board will serve as both a consulting and a networking group strengthening the link between the bank and its service communities. The chairman is Dorsey Houtz, founder and CEO of Avail Technologies.
Johnstown-based AmeriServ operates 18 community banking offices serving eight counties and four loan production offices.
Northwest consent order lifted
WARREN – Northwest Savings Bank said Monday that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has terminated its consent order with Northwest Savings Bank dated Aug. 8, 2011.
The FDIC apparently believes the bank has addressed its concerns related to strengthening various components of Northwest Savings Bank’s consumer compliance management system.
The bank said termination of the consent order by the FDIC reflects the diligence of Northwest Savings Bank’s board and staff in addressing the concerns.
Among Northwest locations are branches in Johnstown, Westmont, Richland and Ebensburg.
Three fracking protesters arrested
CLEARFIELD – Three protesters demonstrating against hydraulic fracturing at a state forest have been arrested for disorderly conduct.
Authorities say 24-year-old Hanna Morgan, of Hartland, Vt., 27-year-old Michael Luurtsema, of Elwood, Ind., and 24-year-old Grace Pettygrove, of Eugene, Ore., were arrested Sunday night in Moshannon State Forest in central Pennsylvania and charged with disorderly conduct.
Jeremy Hamilton, a spokesman for the Bureau of Forestry, said a few protestors were still in the area Monday afternoon, but that the road to the rig is now open.
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