Thursday, May 16, 2013
State Rep. Jesse White said he personally reached out to PNC Bank officials regarding the closing after a petition circulated to keep the branch open—or at least have a meeting with residents about the closure.
The Cecil branch of PNC Bank is closing Friday—and there is still no word on what will happen to the building. State Rep. Jesse White, D-Cecil, said that many residents he has spoken with seem to believe that another bank will move into the space in PNC's absence. But the lawmaker said that might not necessarily be the case. He said to the best of his knowledge, PNC owns the property. White also said that bank officials have indicated to him that they would like to retain the ATM at the location. "My gut instinct is that the days of that building being a bank are over," he said. "But the ATM may remain." Reached Wednesday, PNC spokeswoman Marcey Zwiebel said she could not comment on the future of the Cecil branch specifically. "That is not…
Thursday, February 28, 2013
A group of local residents has already garnered 43 signatures for the petition as of early Thursday morning.
A group of Cecil residents has started a petition to save the PNC Bank in the township. "We, the people of Cecil Township, respectfully ask PNC to reconsider the closing of the Cecil branch, or at the very least agree to attend a meeting with local residents to learn firsthand about the impact PNC's decision to leave will have on our town," the online petition states. As of early Thursday morning, the petition—spearheaded by Cindy Fisher and neighbors—had already garnered 43 signatures. The goal is to reach at least 250 signatures. PNC Bank has announced they will be closing the Cecil branch located on Millers Run Road on May 17, 2013. "This will leave the Cecil area without a bank for the first time in decades, and will create …
Thursday, September 27, 2012
The Pittsburgh-based bank seems to be the latest victim in reported cyber attacks on major banks in U.S.
Some PNC Bank customers have reported problems Thursday logging into their online accounts. The Post-Gazette is reporting that the Pittsburgh-based institution apparently is the latest victim in a wave of cyber attacks on major U.S. banks. Bank spokesman Fred Solomon told the Post-Gazette Thursday morning that if a customer can't reach the website or log-in on the first attempt, the customer should just return to the site a little later. He said some people also were having problems accessing mobile banking. Local PNC Bank locations include a branch in Canonsburg.