Business briefs

May 08, 2010

Prime Outlets

New Balance will open a 6,500-square-foot retail store in June at Prime Outlets at Hagerstown.

New Balance sells sportswear for all ages.

Fahrney-Keedy Home & Village

BOONSBORO - Fahrney-Keedy Home & Village recently received a five-star rating - the best possible - from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The overall rating is based on a combination of three other ratings - health inspection findings, data on nurse-staffing hours and clinical data relating to the care provided. In these categories, Fahrney-Keedy received five, four and four stars, respectively.

The health inspection rating is based on data from the last three years of on-site inspections, with the most recent ones rated more heavily. The staffing rating is based on differences in care levels needed in different nursing homes. The quality-measure rating is based on 10 physical and clinical measures for residents.


Brechbill & Helman Construction Co.

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Brechbill & Helman Construction Co. recently was awarded a design-build contract by Gish Logging Inc. of Fort Loudon, Pa., for a building code analysis and renovations at its storage facility at 342 Grant St. in Chambersburg.

Gish Logging is the manufacturer of Hotsticks and recently won the 2010 Innovation Award from the Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce.

Construction is to be completed by Sept. 1. The architect is Newcomer Associates.

Patriot Federal Credit Union

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Patriot Federal Credit Union recently lent its support to the Haitian Disaster Relief Fund.

Patriot's support helped the World Council of Credit Unions Inc. provide immediate relief such as food, water and satellite phones to the Port-au-Prince area.

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