Hometown Bank News

Spring Community Shredding Days Announced!

InfoShred® 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: May 5th: Putnam Office |182 Main Stre...

bankHometown Contributes $12,800 to Local United Way Chapters

OXFORD, MA:  Michael Hewitt, President and CEO of bankHometown, announced the bank has raised $12,800 during their Annual Giving Campaign benefiting three local chapters of the United Way. Chapters of United Way are vital links between local non-profit organizations and the residents who live in those towns to ensure better lives for those less...

Find the bankHometown Credit Card that’s right for you!

Are you looking for a rewards card that earns automatic bonus points on every purchase, every month? Or maybe you’d prefer a card to pay down your balances on other cards faster, or to save on interest. Whatever your needs, we have a credit card that’s right for you! No matter which card you choose, you’ll enjoy important features like:...

Hometown Bank Community Foundation Contributes $5,000 to NewVue Communities

Oxford, Massachusetts – Michael D. Hewitt, President of Hometown Bank Community Foundation, Inc., announced today that a contribution in the amount of $5,000 was presented to NewVue Communities, formerly known as Twin Cities CDC. NewVue Communities is a non-profit organization, located in Fitchburg, MA, that serves 22 communities in central Ma...

bankHometown CEO to Retire

Oxford, Massachusetts – bankHometown announced that Michael D. Hewitt, its President and Chief Executive Officer, has decided to retire on June 30, 2018. Sam S. Pappas, Chairman of the Board, stated that “We have been very fortunate to have Mike Hewitt as the leader of our Bank since 2013. His vast banking experience and strong leadership will...