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Fidelity Bank Gives Awards to Employees Who Exemplify the Bank’s Values of Doing Right by Clients, Colleagues and Communities

March 23, 2018

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Several Fidelity Bank employees were honored March 20 at the bank’s annual All Hearts Meeting at DoubleTree by Hilton in Leominster. “It was a pleasure to bring attention to a group of people who demonstrated the highest level of commitment to maintaining and supporting the bank’s culture and values during the last year,” says Ed Manzi Jr., Fidelity Bank Chairman and CEO.  The annual awards recognize Fidelity Bank role models who exemplify the bank’s LifeDesign philosophy of doing the next right thing to help clients, colleagues and communities get where they want to be.

Fidelity Bank Gets 5-Star Rating from Leading Independent Bank Rating and Research Firm

March 08, 2018

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Fidelity Bank, a community bank headquartered in Leominster with 10 full-service offices in central Massachusetts, received the top rating from the nation’s leading independent bank rating and research firm. BauerFinancial recognized Fidelity Bank as a 5-Star “Superior” bank.

Fidelity Bank to Share Tax Reform Benefits with Employees, Clients, and Community

February 14, 2018

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Fidelity Bank headquartered in Leominster with 10 full-service offices in central Massachusetts, is sharing the benefits it receives from the corporate rate going from 35 percent to 21 percent with its employees, clients, and community.  In doing so, Fidelity Bank is leading the way for smaller, local community banks in Central Massachusetts to use tax savings in positive ways.

Fidelity Bank Holiday Branch Gifts Support Local Causes

January 01, 2018

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Fidelity Bank is helping full-service office staff in its ten branches ring in the holiday season with a gift of $500 each. The money will be donated to the local charity of the branch’s choice. Branch gifts were given to its 10 full-service offices in Leominster, Worcester, Fitchburg, Gardner, Shirley, Barre, Millbury, Paxton, and Princeton.

Do the next right thing - A message from our CEO

December 21, 2017

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Different experiences cause us to view the issues of the day through different prisms. But we should all be able to agree on some fundamental right things. Like treating everyone with care and respect. Seeking to humbly understand before clamoring to be understood. And giving others the benefit of the doubt, assuming their heart is in the right place even if we think their viewpoint is skewed.

Each day presents us with dozens of chances to do the next right thing. Day by day, moment by moment, a relentless resolve to do the next right thing lays the foundation for a life well led.

Colonial Co-Operative Bank and Fidelity Bank Announce Merger Agreement

September 19, 2017

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Fidelity Bank and Colonial Co-operative Bank have agreed to combine their two institutions under the Fidelity Bank charter. The merged state chartered, mutually owned financial institution will have combined assets of approximately $870 million. Fidelity Bank’s headquarters are in Leominster and has 10 full-service offices in central Massachusetts. Colonial Co-operative Bank’s headquarters are in Gardner and has full-service offices in Gardner and Winchendon.

Introducing the FIDELITY BANK WORCESTER ICE CENTER

August 01, 2017

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Worcester Railers HC announces Worcester Ice Center naming rights deal with Fidelity Bank
The Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center is set to open in September 2017

Fidelity Bank’s LifeDesign Approach Results in a Banner Year

May 01, 2017

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Deposits reach $659 million; $290,000 given to community organizations in 2016

Fidelity Bank posted a 26% increase in deposits in 2016, enough to earn recognition as the fastest-growing bank in Massachusetts, according to the Boston Business Journal.

Valuing Our Differences - A Holiday Message from Our CEO

December 21, 2016

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For much of my tenure at Fidelity Bank, the sentiment above has been a core principle that has informed our Bank’s culture. In fact, it is currently displayed prominently on the wall of our boardroom. The concept was first introduced to me years ago by longtime board member Ron Marchetti, whom I am privileged to consider a mentor, and I distilled it into this simple but powerful quote:

“If you value the differences in people, the differences will create value.”