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FNB has closed 20 branches since May, including three in Central Pa., Lehigh Valley

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As part of a consolidation plan announced in June, Pittsburgh-based FNB Corp. has closed 20 branches of its retail banking subsidiary, First National Bank of Pennsylvania.

FNB did not release a list of the planned closings at the time. But according to office closings data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., FNB closed the 20 branches — including one each in Berks, Cumberland and Lancaster counties — between late May and mid-October.

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