A Pennsylvania thrift plans moves to persuade regulators to approve its merger with a neighboring thrift in an unusual union between a stock and a mutual company.

Northwest Savings Bank, a majority-owned subsidiary of $2 billion-asset Northwest Bancorp, Warren, Pa., has agreed to acquire Corry Savings Bank, Corry. But mutual mergers of this size are generally frowned upon by regulators.

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