DCM Fence is a fencing company located in Wenhem. Serving northeastern Massachusetts, the company can provide…More customized fences which suit the needs of each client--whether their needs are residential or commercial. Fences can also be repaired.
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MidRun Press 90 Larch Row, Wenham, MA01984 MidRun Press is a home-run business that offers a variety of original children's activity books based on the New England…More states. Educational literature is available for school purchase orders. Individual purchases may be made conveniently online or through the mail.
Eastern Basketball 2 Taft Woods Row, South Hamilton, MA01982 Eastern Basketball provides basketball leagues and youth programs throughout the North Shore area. This location is an…More office where students can register for the leagues, camps and lessons. The main sports center for this organization is in Plaistow, N.H. Participants in the Hamilton area practice in the gyms of Gordon College, Endicott College and local high schools.
Wenham Housing Authority Larch Lane, Wenham, MA01984 The Wenham Housing Authority operates 92 units of housing, mostly for elderly and handicapped residents. Of those units,…More 82 are at Enon Village, on Larch Lane (off Larch Row) near the railroad crossing. While most of the units are one-bedroom apartments, some are run by the state Department of Mental Retardation for "medically frail residents." Units are available first to existing Wenham residents, but are also opened to out-of-towners.
People’s United Bank, the largest independent bank headquartered in New England, was founded in 1842. Retail…More services offered by People’s include checking and savings accounts (including money market and CDs), student and auto loans, mortgages and real estate loans. Investments, including mutual funds, are offered through Olson Mobeck Investment Advisors. People’s has branch and ATM locations across Massachusetts and throughout New England. Visit the website for more information and online banking.
Customer service is clearly the focus of the Hamilton Branch of People’s, formerly a Danversbank location. As you walk into the rather formal entrance, a customer service representative is immediately available as you enter, ready to welcome you and direct you to the best person available to serve your needs. A row of tellers span the building - no line, no wait. Other offices of bank representatives to help with loans, credit cards, new accounts and more are readily accessible.