F.N.B. closing six more Pennsylvania branches

One of Pittsburgh’s biggest banks will soon take consolidation in the region to five so far this year and its statewide total to 22 with more than half of 2021 still to unfold.

F.N.B. Corp is shuttering six more Pennsylvania branches, one of which is in the 10-county Pittsburgh metro.

According to a filing with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the local site is located in Fayette County, at 2951 National Pike, Chalk Hill.

The other branches on the chopping block are in the central part of the commonwealth — Enola, Boalsburg, Shamokin Dam, Harrisburg and Huntingdon.

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