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374 Hands-Worth of Helping

374 Hands-Worth of Helping

June is Liberty Lends a Hand month at the bank. It’s our way of letting communities know that we don’t[...]
When Less Really is Less

When Less Really is Less

This is now the longest period in US history without an increase in the federal minimum wage. It stands at[...]
Nearly $1 Million Returned to Residents in Need

Nearly $1 Million Returned to Residents in Need

Wow! Who wouldn’t want money back in their pocket? Thanks to Middletown’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program $964,000 in[...]
A Sea of Red. A World of Difference.

A Sea of Red. A World of Difference.

Liberty Bankers love to volunteer in their local communities, and when they do, it’s a red-letter day. That’s because we[...]
Bank Earns Top Award

Bank Earns Top Award

On May 9, Liberty Bank walked away from the Middlesex United Way’s awards breakfast with top honors. The Community Spirit[...]
Let’s Paint: A Primer in Job Readiness

Let’s Paint: A Primer in Job Readiness

School days are filled with reading, writing, and ‘rithmatic — all that practical learning kids need to grow up to[...]
Who’s Voting–and Why Others Don’t

Who’s Voting–and Why Others Don’t

According to a report recently released by the US Census Bureau, the 2018 midterm election saw an historic increase in[...]
Food for Thought

Food for Thought

One in eight Connecticut adults and one in six children – over 500,000 people — are hungry (according to Liberty[...]
Wages May Be Up, But Purchasing Power is Flat

Wages May Be Up, But Purchasing Power is Flat

That’s according to an August, 2018 Pew Research study. It notes that while the labor market is currently strong, purchasing[...]
More CT Residents Than Ever Are Struggling

More CT Residents Than Ever Are Struggling

In 2014, Connecticut United Ways produced their first ALICE report. This was a comprehensive and eye-opening study of families struggling[...]