The $298 million McGraw-Hill Federal Credit Union of East Windsor, N.J. said itsonline and mobile banking services have been restored Friday.

In Pennsylvania, the $83 million Bucks First Federal CreditUnion in Bristol said power has been restored Friday morning andall of its services are working. The credit union initially hadpower after Hurricane Sandy, but then lost power, said Hillary A.Reed, vice president of marketing for Bucks First FCU.

Though Bucks First FCU had been able to keep its branch openwith a natural gas generator, its online and phone systems were notworking. Credit union employees used their mobile phones and socialmedia to communicate with members,

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