Friday, January 25, 2013
Foxboro Federal Savings president Dennis Parente and staff presented Boyden Library director Jerry Cirillo with a $50,000 check for the Boyden Library Capital Campaign.
Recognizing the importance of the library to the community, Foxboro Federal Savings president Dennis Parente presented Boyden Library director Jerry Cirillo with a $50,000 check to the "Beyond the Books" Boyden Library Capital Campaign on Jan. 17. For more on Foxboro Federal Savings, click here.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Arrest reported in Foxborough’s police logs from Nov. 5.
Monday, Nov. 5: 3 p.m. – Dwauna A. Hyatt, 31, of Brockton was arrested at Foxboro Federal Savings after allegedly attempting to cash a counterfeit check. Patrolmen David J. Foscaldo and Shawn R. McKay responded to the scene and made the arrest. Hyatt has been charged with two counts forgery of check, utter false check and attempt to commit crime to wit larceny.
Sunday, August 5, 2012
A recap of this week's headlines from July 28 to Aug. 4.
Miss anything in Foxborough this week? Here's your chance to sit back and catch up on some Patch. Below is a recap of this week’s biggest headlines: New England Revolution Player Settles Charges in Court Following Arrest Saer Sene, a forward for the New England Revolution, appeared in Wrentham District Court last week following his July 24 arrest in Foxborough and addressed the seven charges, according to court documents. Sene, 27, was arrested following a motor vehicle incident that began on North Street and ended on Washington Street near Patriot Place in Foxborough at 12:33 p.m. on Tuesday, July 24, according to Foxborough Police logs. Sene, according to police logs, faced three citations totalling seven traffic-related charges as a …
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Earlier this month, MSN Money listed the 359 safest banks in America and Foxboro Federal Savings was one of just eight banks in Massachusetts to be recognized.
Foxboro Federal Savings, located at One Central St., was recently named one of America’s 359 safest banks, according to a report by MSN Money. The report, which was published on July 13, used a “special metric called the Texas Ratio” to find the safest banks in America. The article says the Texas Ratio had been used “to correctly predict bank failures in Texas during the 1980s recession, and again in New England during the recession of the early 1990s.” Basically, the closer the ratio is to zero, the lower the bank’s risk of failure is. Out of more than 7,300 banks across the country, only 359 banks, including Foxboro Federal Savings, achieved a perfect 0.0 ratio. Of those 359 banks in America, only eight were in Massachusetts while six …