Norway Savings Bank
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Your Brunswick Compass: Norway Savings Bank on Maine Street
Nestled right on Brunswick's historic Maine Street (83 Maine Street), Norway Savings Bank isn't just a bank - it's your compass to navigating your unique Brunswick journey. We believe in you, and go beyond cookie-cutter solutions to craft personalized plans that help you achieve your dreams, big or small.
Whether you're starting a business on Brunswick's bustling streets, exploring nearby coastal havens, or simply planning for a comfortable future, our friendly team is here to listen, support, and guide you. Stop by our conveniently located branch and experience the Norway Savings difference:
Checking & Savings Accounts: Find the perfect fit for your Brunswick lifestyle, with flexible options and tools to help you reach your goals.
Loans: From mortgages and auto loans to home equity loans and lines of credit, we have the lending solutions to fuel your Brunswick adventures.
Investment Services: Increase your wealth by utilizing expert guidance and a wide range of investment options.
Business Banking: We're your trusted partner for business success, offering checking, loans, cash management, and more.
We're more than just a Brunswick bank. We're also your Brunswick friend, and your financial partner. Come chat with us, share your dreams, and let's navigate your Brunswick journey together.
Brunswick is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States. The population was 21,756 at the 2020 United States Census. Part of the Portland-South Portland-Biddeford metropolitan area, Brunswick is home to Bowdoin College, the Bowdoin International Music Festival, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, the Peary–MacMillan Arctic Museum, and the Maine State Music Theatre. It was formerly home to the U.S. Naval Air Station Brunswick, which was permanently closed on May 31, 2011, and has since been partially released to redevelopment as "Brunswick Landing". == History == Settled in 1628 by Thomas Purchase and other fishermen, the area was called by its Indian name, Pejepscot, meaning "the long, rocky rapids part [of the river]".