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Bricks and mortar: New Tripoli Bank, Covenant Bank open branches in Pennsylvania

S&P Global Market Intelligence rounds up notable branch openings and closings. This wrap excludes certain moves by banks with more than $5 billion in assets and certain credit unions.

Mid-Atlantic

Pennsylvania-based New Tripoli Bank opened a branch at 4892 Buckeye Road in Emmaus, Pa., in January, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities' summary of activities.

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Doylestown, Pa.-based Covenant Bank opened a branch at 1500 E. Lancaster Ave. in Paoli, Pa., according to the Pennsylvania regulator.

Southwest

Shreveport, La.-based Home Federal Bank, a subsidiary of Home Federal Bancorp Inc. of Louisiana, opened a branch at 925 Pierremont in Shreveport, KTBS 3 reported.

West

Tukwila, Wash.-based Inspirus CU opened a branch at 7300 Roosevelt Way NE in Seattle, according to a press release.

Midwest

Burton, Mich.-based ELGA CU opened a branch at 600 S. Saginaw in Flint, Mich., MLive.com reported.