For Jay Ford, working on cars is all he’s ever known. Starting at the age of 13, Ford spent his time painting cars. His knowledge, experience, and connections led him to open up Bath County Collision Center in May 2002. Highlands Community Bank has been honored with the opportunity to help him expand his business with new service lines, equipment, and properties.[Read more…] about Bath County Collision Spotlight
Since the signing of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, identity thieves and fraudsters have profited from a new set of ways to scam businesses and individuals.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Services, and United States Secret Service have urged all Americans to be on the lookout for criminal fraud related to economic impact payments and the Paycheck Protection Program.[Read more…] about Tips to Avoid Scams Related to COVID-19
Our people and our focus are rooted in the Highlands.
As a community bank, we proudly invest in our communities with a sincere passion for uplifting every business and individual we serve. We understand that some people in our community may be impacted financially by the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of our commitment to you, we will be offering solutions that can provide financial relief for our community.[Read more…] about Highlands Community Bank Launches Relief Programs for Customers
Your well-being is our primary concern.[Read more…] about An Update from Highlands Community Bank on COVID-19
Not only does the new year give you extra motivation to set new goals, but it also helps you plan far ahead of time for expenses later in the year. Maybe you need to save for summer vacation or for textbooks for your college classes. Whatever your reason for saving, we encourage you to start now and set tangible goals to keep you on track![Read more…] about Why January is the Best Month to Start Saving