GreenPath, Inc., a nonprofit consumer credit counseling agency doing business as GreenPath Debt Solutions, announced today that it has acquired the assets of Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) of New Hampshire and Vermont. GreenPath is now providing free debt counseling and financial education from offices in Concord, Dover, Keene, Lebanon, Manchester, and Nashua, New Hampshire; and in Barre, Burlington, and Rutland, Vermont.GreenPath is committed to strengthening local services. “We are looking forward to providing our GreenPath products and services to residents of New Hampshire and Vermont,” said Jane McNamara, president and CEO, GreenPath, Inc. “CCCS of New Hampshire and Vermont’s long history of providing local services will continue and expand under the GreenPath name.”Consumers can access GreenPath services in person, by phone or through the Internet. Services include debt and credit counseling, personalized budgeting, housing counseling, financial education, and bankruptcy counseling. GreenPath also offers debt management programs, which may help stop collection calls, lower interest rates, eliminate late fees and lower monthly payments. In addition, GreenPath staff will conduct community education outreach and workshops throughout the area.”Since 1972, CCCS of New Hampshire and Vermont has helped more than 100,000 people with their personal finances,” remarked Kerry York , group manager, GreenPath Debt Solutions and former executive director of CCCS of New Hampshire and Vermont. “We are excited about combining operations with GreenPath to provide even more efficient and effective products and services to our clients.”With the acquisition, GreenPath now offers face-to-face appointments at 55 offices in ten states. The company also offers services by phone and Internet throughout the United States. For more information about GreenPath Debt Solutions, visit www.greenpath.com(link is external) or call (866) 648-8122.About GreenPath Debt SolutionsGreenPath Debt Solutions is a nationwide, non-profit financial organization that assists consumers with credit card debt, housing debt and bankruptcy concerns. Our customized services and attainable solutions have been helping people achieve their financial goals since 1961. We also deliver licensed services throughout the United States over the Internet and telephone. GreenPath is a member of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC). Our professional counselors are certified by the NFCC, and we are accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA).SOURCE GreenPath Debt Solutions FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Feb. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The Nick Reedy- Sylvester Provencio trial has been delayed for another month.Reedy, 33, and Provencio, 22, pled not guilty to two felony and three misdemeanor charges concerning the alleged attack of Gregory Schneider, 54, and Bryan Nispel, 56, of Caldwell on April 22, 2015.The trial was set to start today but has been continued to May 17 at Sumner County District Court.It should be a busy month for Provencio, who is also scheduled to go to trial on a rape charge. The trial for his rape charge is set for May 10 in Wellington.The two suspects are accused of assaulting Schneider and Nispel in what is being described as a good Samaritan act turned into a violent situation four miles east of Caldwell around 12:15 a.m. on a Wednesday night.In the complaint, Provencio is being charged for pushing and punching Nispel, and for verbally threatening him by saying â€œyou think youâ€™re a tough guy, but Iâ€™m going to beat your ***â€Both Provencio and Reedy are also accused of feloniously punching and knocking Schneider to the ground and continuing to punch him while he was helpless causing him to have a concussion, ruptured ear drum, severe head and neck trauma, cracked teeth, two broken ribs, bruises over much of his body, cuts, and abrasions which required stitches and staples.
Nicolas Gaitan in action for Benfica 1 Manchester United’s long-term hopes of signing Nicolas Gaitan are over as the winger is penning a new deal with Benfica.United tracked the Argentina international all summer but failed to land the 26-year-old who has also been on the radars of Juventus and Monaco.Benfica have made a strong start to the season and sit at the top of the table – with Gaitan featuring in seven matches and scoring once.The new deal will tie the playmaker to the club until 2018 and make him one of the top earners in Portugal.