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All Norway Savings Bank locations, as well as our Customer Care Center, will be closed on Monday, May 25th in observance of Memorial Day. Drive-up hours will resume on Tuesday, May 26th.

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Visit our COVID-19 Support Center for the latest information on what Norway Savings Bank is doing to help our customers, employees and communities.

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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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wherever you are in life.

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with GO>2

When you use your GO>2 debit card to make a purchase*, you earn 15¢. At the beginning of each month, we put your total into your savings!

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Helping you live your life in color

Our Life in Color blog

Fraud is on the rise

In these times of crisis, fraudsters take advantage of the public’s fear, anxiety and uncertainty to step up their attempts to obtain sensitive, personal information,…

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News Room

Norway Savings Bank Donates $20,000 to…

NORWAY, Maine – In an effort to address food insecurity, Norway Savings Bank is proud to announce a $20,000 donation to 12 food banks throughout…

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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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