MANCHESTER & WOBURN — The law firm of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton Professional Association is pleased to announce that former Attorney General of New Hampshire, Michael A. Delaney, has joined the firm as a Director in the Litigation Practice Group. Delaney served for the past four years as Attorney General of New Hampshire, having been unanimously confirmed by the Executive Council. Prior to his government experience, Delaney worked for five years in private practice, focusing on complex business litigation cases. In addition to serving New Hampshire as Attorney General, Delaney has served on the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Ethics Committee, the New Hampshire Supreme Court’s Committee on Character and Fitness and on the Board of Directors of the Council of State Government’s Justice Center. In 2012, he received a Hands of Hope leadership award from the Granite State Children’s Alliance, and earlier this year, he received the Honorable William D. Paine II Award from the Governor’s Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence. For the past four years, Delaney has served on the Board of Directors of The Webster House, a private, nonprofit home for children in Manchester. He has coached softball and baseball in Manchester for the past seven years. A member of the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Bar Associations, Delaney will serve McLane’s clients from the Manchester, N.H., and Woburn offices.
LOWELL — LowellBank, headquartered in Lowell, announces its intention to officially change its name to Sage Bank. The bank has filed the necessary applications to facilitate and finalize the name change. As the bank moves through the process of legally changing its name, the bank’s customers will be kept informed and will see no effect on their services. It is anticipated that the process will take several months to complete and the bank’s use of the name will happen in various stages throughout the remainder of the year. For more information, visit lowellbank.com.