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St. Cloud police investigate Liberty bank robbery
St. Cloud police investigate Liberty bank robbery St. Cloud police are investigating a bank robbery that happened Friday morning at Liberty Savings Bank in west St. Cloud. The robbery was reported about 9:10 a.m. at 5803 Ridgewood Road. The robber wore a ski mask and other winter clothing when he 

Central Bank buys last Liberty branches
Storm Lake-based Central Bank has completed its acquisition of Liberty Bank's last seven branches. It has rebranded the Liberty locations and website with its signage and logos. The deal nearly doubles Central Bank's network of branches, from 11 to 18

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In 2013, she led a team of employees charged with integrating operations when Liberty acquired Bank of Southern Connecticut. "She was chosen to lead the team and recommended for this award due to her collaborative work manner and leadership 

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Before most other banks had the goal in sight, Fujio helped steer Liberty Bank away from paper reports to full automation. She also launched Liberty's debit-card capability, making Liberty the first bank in the state to instantly issue cards in

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Liberty Bank, Rotary Club raise over $115K for Southington food charities

The Southington Rotary Club and the local Liberty Bank branch teamed up for a Thanksgiving fundraiser that contributed over $115,000 to Southington food charities.

In the 15th year of the fundraising partnership, the Liberty Bank-Rotary Club Thanksgiving Drive raised a record-breaking $426,607 state-wide, to supply holiday dinners and fill shelves at local food pantries.

In Southington, the Southington Rotary Club and the Southington branch of Liberty Bank accounted for $92,578 of that grand total. The Liberty Bank Foundation then matched each dollar raised with an additional 25 cents, or $23,145, and paid an incentive for a total of $115,823.

All donations are used to provide food in the communities where they were given.

The Southington campaign far outpaced those in every other town, raising a full one-quarter of the total amount. Funds will be used to support Bread for Life, LISA, Inc., Margaret Griffin Day Center, and Southington Community Services.

Former Salem attorney accused of stealing from clients agrees to maximum 2-year plea deal

NEW LONDON - A 66-year-old former lawyer and probate judge accused of looting more than $428,000 from a pair of clients is facing up to two years in prison.

John Butts, of Salem, agreed to a plea deal last week. He now faces two years in prison, with the right for his attorney, Patrick Cosgrove, to argue for a shorter term, when he is sentenced March 15.

Butts, a former Salem probate judge who practiced law in Colchester, is accused of taking $276,990 from the estate of Anna Krywonis owed to Sofia Kachorowsky starting in November 2013.

He also is accused of stealing $152,875 owed to Kimberly Ann Corbett from the sale of her late father’s condominum in Colchester.

On Friday in New London Superior Court, Butts pleaded no contest to a charge of first-degree larceny in the Kachorowksy case. A no contest plea means that Butts does not admit guilt but agrees to accept punishment.

By terms of the plea agreement, the Corbett case will be nolled, meaning it won't be prosecuted.

How do I sign up for online banking with First Liberty Bank?

On their website it only has retail and business accounts. It doesn't have personal. So I tried the retail one but it says enrollment failed.

Here is the link to open an online personal account. If that fails, then click on the "contact us" button: