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Business customers: Paycheck Protection Program Application available April 3.

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We all come from different walks of life, but there’s one thing we have in common: we live our lives in color! At Norway, we think what makes us different is what makes us great. So, walk your own way—even though we’re only a small part of your life, Norway Savings Bank is always doing our best to help you be you.

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Helping you live your life in color

Our Life in Color blog

COVID-19: Norway Savings Bank announces financial hardship…

To Our Valued Customers, We know these are extraordinary times and many of our customers are struggling not only with the unknown, but also having…

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News Room

Eight employees recently promoted at Norway…

NORWAY, Maine – Norway Savings Bank is pleased to announce the recent promotion of eight employees; Jaime Brochu, Assistant Vice President, Retail Loan Center Assistant…

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Life Moments

The Three-Jar Allowance

To learn how to manage money, children need some money to manage, typically from an allowance you provide and eventually from doing small jobs for…

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