A Massachusetts savings bank is forming a holding company for the second time in nine years. But this time, officials say, they see more use for it.

Officials of $1 billion-asset Medford Bank now say they're planning to take advantage of some of the benefits of the holding company structure. That's a departure from 1993, when Medford dissolved its holding company because officials saw no strategic advantage or cost savings in keeping it intact.

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