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Dollar Bank
4124 William Penn Hwy, Monroeville, PA 15146
Dollar Bank is a full service bank located in the Miracle Mile Shopping Center in Monroeville. This branch of DollarMore Bank, which is the oldest bank in Pittsburgh, opened its doors in August 1971. Since then, it remains customer-centered with a community-oriented approach to banking. Dollar Bank sponsors many local events in the communities it serves.
Citizens Bank
524 Allegheny River Blvd, Oakmont, PA 15139
Citizens Bank offers a comprehensive array of banking services, including a drive-up window and online banking. In lineMore with its motto, "good banking is good citizenship," Citizens Bank participates in a variety of community programs that are listed on its Web site.
First Niagara Bank
583 Allegheny Ave, Oakmont, PA 15139
First Niagara Bank offers a full range of personal and business banking services. First Niagara entered the WesternMore Pennsylvania region of banks one year ago, with the purchase of National City. The regional branch of Oakmont is involved with the Chamber of Commerce, offering space for window displays for local merchants.
PNC Bank
418 Allegheny River Blvd, Oakmont, PA 15139
The new PNC Bank in Oakmont is a result of the consolidation of the Verona and old Oakmont branch.  Located on theMore lower Blvd., this new bank opened its doors in 2008 with a new look. It boasts itself as one of being PNCs "green buildings"--the website has more information about PNC's green programs. The bank is customer-friendly with a comfortable sitting area; there is coffee and also a concierge in the front lobby offering help to customers.
Citizens Bank
2005 Golden Mile Hwy, Pittsburgh, PA 15239
Citizens Bank serves individual and business customers. This branch features a large parking area and drive-up tellersMore and ATM. Numerous specialists are on-hand who can help tailor the bank's offerings to your specific needs.  
S&T Bank
2388 Golden Mile Hwy, Pittsburgh, PA 15239
This location of S&T Bank is unique in that it's drive-thru only. You can make withdrawls and deposits at thisMore location. In addition to withdrawls and deposits S&T also has an ATM for banking on the run. There is a maximum of two tellers at a time here, so be patient if you're in a hurry. There are four different lanes if you need a teller's assistance and the ATM has its own designated lane.
1st Niagara Bank
1801 Golden Mile Hwy, Pittsburgh, PA 15239
This is the new 1st Niagara Bank branch in Plum. This smaller location has all the amenities you would expectMore at a larger facility including on-site tellers to assist with transactions and other bank services. It also has a drive-through service lane for direct access to the tellers from your car and another lane available for a drive-up ATM. This location, however, does not have an ATM that is accessible without using the drive-through lane.
S & T Bank
301 Unity Center Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15239
S & T Bank serves individual and business customers. This branch features a large parking area, drive-up tellersMore and ATM. They have various advisors to help you with everything from a simple withdrawl to a loan. For more information, visit their Web site.
Recovery America Corp.
3160 Leechburg Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15239
Recovery America Corp. is a vehicle repossession company in Pittsburgh. The company specializes in recovering vehiclesMore from individuals or businesses that have defaulted on their loan payments for the vehicles. Clients include banks, credit unions, car dealers and auto auctions, among others.
Fowkes Rodkey Attorneys at Law
732 Allegheny River Blvd, Oakmont, PA 15139
Fowkes Rodkey Attorneys at Law provides legal representation to residents of Oakmont and surrounding areas. TheMore team practices family, personal injury, real estate, tax and business law, and can take on a number of other cases. Commercial law services are available for companies and banks.
Dormiton of The Holy Theotokos Greek Orthodox Church
12 Washington Ave, Oakmont, PA 15139
Located at the bottom of Washington Avenue, a stone's throw from the banks of the Allegheny River, the church wasMore officially chartered in 1922. Services were held in several locations until the current  building was opened in 1973.  A Greek Festival, held yearly the last weekend in  June, is a popular event for Oakmont and surrounding communities.
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