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Area property deed transfers, April 11
04-10-2024 11:09 AM

AMHERST Jeanne Ray Juster T and Sigmund J. Roos to Robert Pomeroy and Holly Thompson, 35 Amity Place, Lot 35, $442,000 Bruce B. Payton to Lynn E. Payton and Marianne Payton, 76 N. Pleasant St., $1,333,337 Helene Cunningham and John Cunningham to...


Consumer Corner with Anita Wilson: A two-day reprieve in tax filing deadline offers time for tips
04-10-2024 9:36 AM

The deadline to file state and federal income taxes is right around the corner. But in Massachusetts, filers have a two-day reprieve thanks to a state holiday.With Patriots’ Day on April 15 this year, state residents have until 11:59 p.m. on April 17...


Making news in business, April 4
04-04-2024 7:01 AM

Northampton Jazz Festival welcomes 2 board members NORTHAMPTON — The Northampton Jazz Festival has welcomed two new board members who bring broad skills and deep experience in entrepreneurship, marketing, community organizing and music from world...


Spreading their wings: After 14 years in Amherst Hope and Feathers sets up shop in Northampton
04-03-2024 5:03 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — When customers walk into the Hope and Feathers framing shop, owner Michelle Raboin knows that there’s a story behind each request for one of the shop’s custom-built frames.“It could be framing something that they hate, but their...


Area property deed transfers, April 4
04-03-2024 11:05 AM

AMHERST Marie E Armentano 2022 T and Marie E. Armentano to Grantwood LLC,36 Grantwood Dr., $416,000 Ryan Karb and Susan Karb to Kayvon Ross and Cyrus Safizadeh, 251-253 Pelham Road, $302,000 Bidwell James N Est and Torsten Bidwell to Yeon S....


Valley Art Supplies finds right mix by adding bar to longtime Easthampton business
03-27-2024 2:41 PM

By EMILEE KLEIN

EASTHAMPTON — Unlike most bar logs, the pages of the small black book found on the homemade bartop at Valley Art Supplies are filled with doodles and scribbles: a cat Statue of Liberty, a skull cocktail glass and platypus gyroscope lily...


Area property deed transfers, March 28
03-27-2024 9:10 AM

AMHERST Justin C. Ching to Yg Pond LLC, 8 Hillcrest Place, $542,000 Manuel R. Townes and Valerie A. Townes to Cil Rlty Of Massachusette, 51 Hunters Hill Circle, $450,000 Jennifer E. Lynn to Denis R. Bruno, 21 Pine Grove, Lot 21, $295,000 Robert...


Sublime Systems lands $87M federal award for low-carbon cement plant in Holyoke
03-25-2024 3:45 PM

By JAMES PENTLAND

HOLYOKE — A developer of low-carbon cement is in line for up to $87 million from the federal government to accelerate the construction of its manufacturing plant in Holyoke.Sublime Systems announced the award Monday from the Department of Energy’s...


Black business group presses demand for Amherst relief funds
03-25-2024 2:49 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

AMHERST — A Black-owned business organization is continuing its campaign to elicit financial support from the town, including money that it claims was unfairly withheld from those who run shops in town and needed the funds to recover from the...


Northampton accepting applications for vacant storefront program
03-22-2024 5:02 PM

NORTHAMPTON — The city is accepting applications for its Vacant Storefront Program, an initiative that encourages businesses and individuals to express their interest in leasing and occupying empty storefronts that have been unoccupied for a minimum...


Black business association contests Amherst’s final $3.8M in ARPA spending
03-21-2024 5:40 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

AMHERST — Black-owned business owners and supporters made a final appeal to the Town Council this week for $1.5 million of the $3.8 million in remaining American Rescue Plan Act money, though it appears that money is being directed to other...


Crepe-based all-day restaurant The Skinny Pancake gets go-ahead for Route 9 site in Hadley
03-21-2024 12:00 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

HADLEY — An eatery specializing in both sweet and savory crepes, developed from a street cart that began operating in 2003 on Church Street in Burlington, Vermont, could have its first restaurant in Massachusetts open on Route 9 this summer.The Select...


Consumer Corner with Anita Wilson: With spring weather, comes spring scams
03-20-2024 4:04 PM

Just like crocuses and daffodils, new scams emerge around this time of year.Warmer weather brings out individuals who knock on your door with offers to make repairs to your home, driveway or yard. They might say that they have materials, such as...


The perfect fit: Harper James, a women’s clothing store, opens in Easthampton
03-20-2024 4:03 PM

By JAMES PENTLAND

EASTHAMPTON — Navigating her 20s as a student, store employee and in wholesale manufacturing, Kayla Diggins sometimes felt she was lagging behind her peers making strides with career and family.Now, with the opening of her own store on Cottage Street,...


Area property deed transfers, March 21
03-20-2024 10:57 AM

AMHERSTSnoeyenbos Ft and Craig A. Snoeyenbos to Joanna Carber and Joseph Ruane, 42 Hills Road, $589,000 Marina Schweitzer to William J. Cray 3rd and Sabine H. Cray, 34 Mcintosh Dr., Lot 34, $430,000 BELCHERTOWN Hilary...


Cocktails comeback on Center Street: Renovated Green Room in Northampton reopens under new owners
03-18-2024 2:31 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — With the Wednesday reopening of the Green Room on Center Street, Northampton has a reinvigorated cocktail experience worthy of any cosmopolitan city.The bar is under the new ownership of Perrin Hendricks, owner of the Berkshire Farm...


Northampton selects slogan ‘Pardon Our Progress’ to lift up businesses during Main Street redesign
03-15-2024 3:13 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — When construction gets under way on Northampton’s Main Street redesign next year, businesses may find themselves assuaging customers noticing the disruption with a certain three-word phrase: Pardon Our Progress. “Pardon Our Progress” was...


Making news in business, March 14
03-13-2024 1:27 PM

Many Graces Farm to open Sub Rosa NORTHAMPTON — Mayor Gina-Louise Sciarra will cut the ribbon on Sub Rosa, a new botanical lounge and flower shop at 33B West St. on Friday at 4 p.m.Sub Rosa is a project of Many Graces Farm & Design, a flower farm and...


Deep roots: Carey’s Flowers in South Hadley rolling with the changes through four generations
03-13-2024 1:27 PM

B y SCOTT MERZBACH

SOUTH HADLEY — Every year, in the lead-up to Mount Holyoke College’s commencement, graduating seniors participate in the Laurel Parade, carrying long chains of mountain laurel to be placed at the grave of college founder Mary Lyons.A tradition the...


Healey orders creation of Labor Advisory Council
03-13-2024 9:48 AM

By SAM DRYSDALE

BOSTON — A Labor Advisory Council will be created to advise Gov. Maura Healey on matters related to organized labor, under an executive order the governor signed Tuesday.Healey also announced Roger Brunelle, former vice president of the Massachusetts...

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