The practice, Mount Nittany Health’s first in Philipsburg, will be located next to Peebles department store. Besides primary care, the practice plans to offer specialty services such as cardiology and radiology. It’s scheduled to open in early 2017.
The partnership plans to bring four to five businesses to the 14.79-acre site, the former home of the Philipsburg Area Hospital, or find a buyer for the entire location. The 15-year loan comes through a statewide Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority program.
Philipsburg Heritage Days held its annual afternoon parade on Saturday through the borough that included 170 participating organizations. One of them was a Concert Millennium Carillon that played songs. The instrument is only one of three total in North America.
DiamondBack Truck Covers, one of the Inc. 5000 fastest growing companies in the past three years, plans to break ground on a 38,000-square-foot facility on June 9 at the Moshannon Valley Regional Business Park.