Bristol County Savings Bank opens its doors at the New Bedford Seaport with an impressive restoration
New Bedford Seaport Welcomes Bristol County Savings Bank to a New Home.
The Candleworks building, circa 1810, located across from the New Bedford Harbor, is now home to Bristol County Savings Bank (BCSB), which was founded in 1846. One of three locations in New Bedford, this newly opened branch is the gem in its collection.
Mechanics Cooperative Bank has been selected to participate in the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston’s, (FHLB), Equity Builder Program, which assists homebuyers with down-payment and closing costs, as well as counseling and rehabilitation assistance.
FHLB is a cooperatively-owned wholesale bank for housing finance in the six New England states. Its mission is to provide highly reliable wholesale funding and liquidity to its member financial institutions in New England.
XOXO Tantalizes Enthusiastic Crowds at Bristol Community College’s 11th Cake Show & Competition
The Silver City Galleria was abuzz on April 7–8, when culinary aficionados, pastry students, and others came together to celebrate a specialized craft that everyone can enjoy—cake design. And, while most of us love these fancy and delicious desserts, the event was more about the art-form and the development of a finished product. Through the combination of concept and strategy plus milk, eggs, and lots of sugar, many of the artists found success.
Ten-days of concerts and events with an unmatched line-up of talent
Co-founder and vice president of L´Équipe Spectra, Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, André Ménard, held court with dozens of leading media companies and personalities at restaurant and function facility Catalyst in Cambridge, Massachusetts on Wednesday, April 4, 2018.
The eminent and desirable South Coast of Massachusetts, with its pristine ocean, scenic outlooks—positioned along the coastline, and its rolling fields spreading across the countryside, remains the most enchanting locality for a person, couple, or family in search of a unique home. And whether it will serve as a primary residence or a luxurious summer retreat, it’s a place worth discovering.
This captivating home has just arrived on the market and is listed by Milbury & Company Real Estate of South Dartmouth.
Regardless of how many times you’ve experienced the AD20/21 Home & Boston Print Fair, the new show always seems to be more successful than their previous events.
Produced by Fusco & Four Ventures of Boston, the title of the curated show can be a little misleading because it’s much more than the name indicates.
The annual celebration of style and design, brought together a long list of specialty programs and guests, offering a wide range of exhibitors, plus an impressive group of industry professionals and partners from New England and beyond.
You may recall last month we published a feature entitled, A Tale of Love and Lottery. It was a historical account of the Hearthside House Museum located in Lincoln, Rhode Island.
Fascinated by what we learned, but still curious, we sent staffers to visit the home and attend an event called Legendary Love—A Luxurious Evening of Chocolate & Wine at the House Love Built.
From the gates of Cape Cod, toughing out a nor’easter, maneuvering Boston traffic, cutting a path through the mountains of Vermont, and navigating the twisting, winding backroads of New Hampshire—after 600 miles, the Buick Regal TourX crossover has the right to claim “world-class” status.
Up for a journey?
The following is a story about the interaction between a car, its driver, and passengers.
It details experiences—first-hand—by those who act, rather than stand by and watch life pass by.
“Piney Point: not just a place to live or a tract of land, but a whole way of life."
—Title from the cover of the original sales brochure for the development of Piney Point, Marion, Massachusetts, c.1938
In 1936, Roger W. Converse, a name which over time has become synonymous with the town of Marion, decided that a wooded area abutting Wings Cove—offering views and access to the Cape Cod Canal entrance and Falmouth—would be a marvelous place to attract families who desired the best life had to offer.
A Journey to the Hearthside House Museum Lincoln, Rhode Island
In or around the turn of the 19th century, a Quaker by the name of Stephen Hopkins Smith lived along a dirt path known as Great Road.
His interests varied, but one curiosity he indulged was his fascination for a “young socialite” from Providence.