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First National, York Traditions banks open new buildings in midstate

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Two Pennsylvania banks are opening new buildings in the midstate in the coming weeks.

York Traditions Bank will open its new administrative center in York Township on Tuesday, and First National Bank will hold a grand opening Sept. 23 for a new branch in Lower Paxton Township.

York Traditions will open its "Traditions Center" with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new building at 226 Pauline Drive.

The administrative building is in the former Room Store.

York Traditions has four branches in and around the city.

First National Bank of Pennsylvania has made its second entry into Dauphin County, opening a branch in Lower Paxton Township that will hold a grand-opening celebration Sept. 23.

The branch at 4045 Linglestown Road is the bank's second location in Dauphin County, the first opening as a regional hub at Second and State streets in downtown Harrisburg.

The bank also has branches in Camp Hill and York.

The grand opening will feature a 9 a.m. ribbon cutting, with bank and local officials on hand.

Starting Monday, the bank will take part in a food drive to aid the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, the charity partner of the grand opening. Perishable food items can be dropped off at the branch during business hours, which are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m.-noon Saturdays.

The branch opened in July, bank officials said.

First National Bank of Pennsylvania, which has more than 250 branches in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland and West Virginia, is a subsidiary of First National Bank Corp. The parent company trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol FNB.

Michael Sadowski

Michael Sadowski

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