The Village Bank held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of its new office in Newton Centre. Located at 720 Beacon Street, the new branch marks the Bank’s seventh location in the City of Newton. Community leaders, customers, business owners, and members of the community attended the ribbon cutting and the bank paid for all metered parking for the event.
“For more than a century, The Village Bank has been proud to call Newton our home. We are delighted to expand our presence and to build on the mission in which we were created – to help individuals and businesses in our local communities meet their financial goals,” said President and CEO of The Village Bank Joseph A. De Vito.
The new Newton Centre branch offers the best in full-service personal and business banking, including teller service as well as an ATM and coin machine, and will be staffed with a dedicated team of local professionals led by Branch Manager Reilly Cavanaugh. The new branch also features a community room that can be used by local organizations, as well as a business spotlight area that will showcase various local businesses each month. In addition, the branch will display various art pieces each month as part of the Bank’s partnership with the Newton Art Association.
Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller cuts the ribbon to celebrate the grand opening of The Village Bank’s Newton Centre branch located at 720 Beacon Street.