Nearly four million people are being sent their Economic Impact Payment by prepaid debit card, instead of paper check. The determination of which taxpayers receive a debit card was made by the Bureau of the Fiscal Service, another part of the Treasury Department that works with the IRS to handle distribution of the payments. These […]
A SPECIAL MESSAGE FOR OUR BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ABOUT CARES ACT PAYROLL PROTECTION We are sure you have been hearing about the Payroll Protection Program that was approved as of Friday, March 27. The following is a brief summary of the program: • The Paycheck Protection Program will lend up to an aggregate amount of $349 […]
We were pleased to take part in Mayfest in downtown Bennington on May 25. Our tent was a hub of activity as we gave out some swag, visited with people, and enjoyed the beautiful day. Mayfest is an annual event that brings vendors out all along Main St and the shops are all open as […]
Join us on May 28th in downtown Bennington for the 31st annual MayFest celebration!
The Bank of Bennington is very proud to be a lead sponsor of the 3rd Annual Southern Vermont Economy Summit, held this year on May 23 at Mt. Snow Resort.
Read about The Bank of Bennington’s participation in the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston’s Equity Builder Program and Housing Our Workforce initiative, assisting homebuyers with down payments.
Join us at the Mentoring Bowlathon on Saturday, April 6 at Bennington Lanes. The Bank of Bennington is proud once again to be the Title Sponsor for this event, which brings our community together to support a positive future for local kids. Find out more here.
The Bank of Bennington is proud to sponsor the popular Southern Vermont Wings and Winter Homebrew Festival on Saturday, March 9 at the former LaFlamme’s building.
We hope the community will gather round to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Sunrise Family Resource Center.
Jim Brown, President of The Bank of Bennington, announced that the bank has donated $10,000 to Second Chance Animal Center in Arlington, VT.In doing so, the bank joins nine other prominent area businesses and becomes one of “Ten for Ten”—local companies each donating $10,000 to the animal shelter’s capital campaign.