Hometown Bank News

bankHometown DONATES TO WOODSTOCK PLAYGROUND

OXFORD, MA:  Michael Hewitt, President and CEO of bankHometown, announced that bankHometown has made a donation of $1,000 for the Woodstock playground. Viktor Toth, Superintendent, along with Wendy Durand, WMS Principal and Crystal Adams, Woodstock Playground Committee Chair, recently received a check for $1,000 from bankHometown’s Woodstock...

bankHometown Launches 14th Annual Neighbors Helping Neighbors Campaign

bankHometown kicks off its 14th Annual Neighbors Helping Neighbors Campaign on November 1st with a challenge to local residents to help support local food pantries and a way for the bank and its customers to make a real difference in the lives of local residents. Customers of the bank and community members are invited to be a “Hometown Hero...

Concerned about the Equifax breach? Here’s what you need to know.

Although bankHometown is not responsible for this information breach, we feel strongly that all consumers should be educated about the details of the Equifax Credit Bureau breach.  The list of Frequently Asked Questions below were provided by Equifax.  Reading through them will help you to understand the details and options so that you can make a...

bankHometown presents multiple contributions to Harrington Healthcare System

OXFORD, MA:  Michael D. Hewitt, President and CEO of bankHometown, announced the bank has presented 3 checks to the Harrington HealthCare system to fund current renovations and vital community outreach programs. First, a $1,000.00 contribution was made for Harrington Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED) renovations.  The hospital is located...

bankHometown Promotes Four to Assistant Vice President

  OXFORD, MA:  Michael Hewitt, President and CEO of bankHometown, announced “We are pleased to announce the promotions of our Hometown team members listed below.  We are proud of their performance and accomplishments.”   He added, “Hometown is a community bank with a focus on providing the best customer service and truly...

bankHometown Recognized with 2017 United Way Tri-County Good Neighbor Award

The United Way of Tri-County honored bankHometown with the Good Neighbor Award on Thursday, April 6th in Framingham. The Good Neighbor Award was created to thank and honor local businesses, their leadership and employees who together make an extraordinary commitment to improving the quality of life within their communities, as well as inspiring oth...

bankHometown contributes $250,000 to Webster Public Library

OXFORD, MA: Michael D. Hewitt, President and CEO of bankHometown, announced the bank has donated $250,000 to The Friends of Chester C. Corbin Library towards the Capital Campaign to build the new Webster Public Library. Hewitt stated, “We are excited about this opportunity to support the Webster community in which we have been an integral part s...

bankHometown Promotes Three and Hires One

OXFORD, MA:  Michael Hewitt, President and CEO of bankHometown, announced “We are pleased to announce the promotions of our Hometown team members listed below.  We are proud of their performance and accomplishments.” He added, “Hometown is a community bank with a focus on providing the best customer service and truly caring about the com...

Spring Community Shredding Days!

Shred-it® Document Destruction will provide on-site shredding of personal, confidential paper documents on the spot. Bring up to the equivalent of one or two copy-paper/file-sized boxes of documents. There is no charge! The following locations will be holding Community Shredding Days from 9 AM – Noon: April 15th: Leominster Office, 9 Sack Blv...

Get the Power to Cut High Cable Bills

Watching television can be a great way to kick back and relax. But if you're a cable TV customer and overpaying for services, that relaxation can quickly turn to stress once you receive a high monthly bill. You do, however, have the power to reduce or even eliminate your bill. Here are some ways to make that happen: Review your bill. With electron...