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JOHNSTOWN

Crichton Center unveils

slate of new renovations

As the Crichton Rehabilitation Center will celebrate its 25th anniversary in July, the facility has unveiled a slate of new renovations to enhance the patient experience during the rehabilitation process.

Renovations include remodeled private rooms available to all patients. Patients enjoy many of the comforts of home, such as in-room dining, private bathrooms, desks, couches, lounge chairs and television. During breaks in treatment, patients can relax in privacy or visit comfortably with family members.

To further enhance patient safety, the center has added an ambulation system that helps those suffering from significant balance deficits. This system safely supports patients so therapists may work with them without fear of falling. Crichton also has incorporated an advanced patient monitoring system to prevent wandering or elopement.

Located at Conemaugh’s Lee Campus on Main Street in downtown Johnstown, Crichton employs more than 60 health care professionals and brings more than 500 patients, as well as their friends and families, to the downtown community annually.

MANSFIELD

Citizens reports net income of $8.5M in first quarter

Citizens Financial Services Inc. on

Friday reported first-quarter net income

of $8.5 million.

The bank said it had earnings of

$2.16 per share.

The bank posted revenue of $22.3 million in the period. Its revenue net of interest expense was $20.4 million, which missed Street forecasts.

EBENSBURG

Sourceree receives award funded by U.S. Air Force

Sourceree has announced a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research award recognized by AFWERX/AFVentures and funded through the U.S. Air Force that will allow the company to develop and integrate a supply chain risk management software platform for the Department of Defense to help answer questions about supply chains, foreign investments and risks through on-demand assessments and financial intelligence data.

At its core is the Sourceree’s SHIELDVision disruption framework that drives data analytics and aggregation. It provides clients an assessment platform that collects and analyzes supply chain risks in real-time.

SUNBURY

Weis reducing impact

on the environment

Weis Markets continued progress toward reducing the company’s overall environmental impact last year, achieving its goal of a 20 percent reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2020.

The company’s progress is reported in the new 2020 Sustainability Report: Weis by Nature. The report details the company’s progress during 2020, including new partnerships to divert food waste from landfills, innovative measures to reduce truck fleet fuel consumption, and a continued focus on conserving resources and reducing waste in Weis Markets stores.

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