F.N.B. announces dividend

The board of directors of F.N.B. Corp. declared a quarterly cash dividend of 12 cents per share on F.N.B. Corp.’s common stock.

The dividend is payable on Sept. 15 to shareholders of record as of the close of business on Sept. 4.

Since F.N.B. Corp. became a public company in 1974, the company has been dedicated to consistently paying dividends to shareholders. This marks the 45th consecutive year of cash dividends paid to shareholders.


Conemaugh buys practice

Conemaugh Physician Group and Western Pennsylvania Orthopedic & Sports Medicine have announced a change in ownership. Conemaugh Physician Group is purchasing the established orthopedics practice. The new name of the group will be Western Pennsylvania Orthopedics-Conemaugh Physician Group.

The physical location, providers and staff at the practice will remain the same, and all parties expect a seamless transition, with an official conversion date of Oct. 1.

Western Pennsylvania Orthopedic & Sports Medicine has been in the region for 37 years.

Both groups acknowledge the challenges of recruiting physicians to the area and are excited about the opportunity to strengthen their collective ability to attract top orthopedic talent. The new practice is already making plans to add new orthopedic surgeons to the group. In addition, the new group will convert to the Conemaugh Connect powered by Epic electronic medical record system, streamlining the flow of patient information between providers within the health system.


Holland Bros. recognized

Holland Bros. Meats of Duncansville recently won national recognition at the American Cured Meat Championships held in Mobile, Ala.

Holland Bros. Meats was awarded Champion — Light Weight Bacon and Reserve Champion — Heavy Weight Bacon.

Holland Bros. Meats is a member of the American Association of Meat Processors, the nation’s largest trade organization representing small businesses in the meat industry.


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