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Norway Savings Bank

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Norway Savings Bank

One Parkway, Suite 100
Bethel Maine 04217
United States


Business Description

Build Your Bethel Dreams With Norway Savings Bank
Nestled in heart of Bethel, Maine, Norway Savings Bank is more than just a bank - we're your personal financial advocate. We listen to what you want, whether it is building a cozy log cabin, exploring the mountains or managing your everyday finances. Forget one-size-fits-all solutions - we craft personalized plans to help you reach your goals.

Visit our convenient location at One Parkway, Suite 100 (off Route 26), and experience the Norway Savings difference:

Checking & Savings: Choose the ideal account for your lifestyle, with options for everyday banking and saving for your future.

Loans: We offer a variety of lending options, including mortgages, car loans, home equity loans and credit lines.

Investment Services: Grow your wealth with expert guidance and a variety of investment options.

Business Banking: We're your local partner for business success, offering checking, loans, cash management, and more.

We're your neighbor, your friend, your Bethel banking partner. Stop by, chat with our friendly team, and let's turn your dreams into reality, big or small.

Business Hours

Monday8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Tuesday8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesday8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Thursday8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Friday8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday8:30 am - 12:00 pm

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About Bethel

Bethel is a town in Oxford County, Maine, United States. The population was 2,504 at the 2020 census. It includes the villages of Bethel and West Bethel. The town is home to Gould Academy, a private preparatory school, and is near the Sunday River ski resort. == History == An Abenaki Indian village was once located on the north side of the Androscoggin River, but had been abandoned before its subsequent English settlement. In 1769, the township was granted as Sudbury-Canada by the Massachusetts General Court to Josiah Richardson of Sudbury, Massachusetts and others (or their heirs) for services at the Battle of Quebec in 1690. It was first settled in 1774 when Nathaniel Segar of Newton, Massachusetts started clearing the land. The Revolutionary War, however, delayed many grantees from taking up their claims. Only 10 families resided at Sudbury-Canada when it was plundered on August 3, 1781 during the last Indian attack in Maine. Two inhabitants, Benjamin Clark and Nathaniel Segar, were abducted and held captive in Quebec until the war's conclusion, after which the community grew rapidly.

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