More Credit Unions Report Hercules Delays
In the aftermath of multi-state storm Hercules, which closed numerous schools and government offices, credit unions stuck to the motto of delivering service despite rain, sleet or snow.
The $1.1 billion Greylock Federal Credit Union in Pittsfield, Mass., located in the Berkshires, received about 10 inches of snow. However, the cooperative only delayed opening by one hour Friday, even after Gov. Deval Patrick closed the state government due to the large amount of snow, extremely cold temperatures and "worrisome" high tides, according to media reports.