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Tea Guys of Whately owes $2M for breach of contract, judge rules
04-12-2024 4:45 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

WHATELY — Tea Guys LLC must pay more than $2 million to a Baltimore tea company due to a breach of contract, a Franklin County Superior Court judge has ruled.The small business in Whately was sued last summer by Zest Tea LLC and had two bank accounts...

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Cleary Jewelers plans to retain shop at former Wilson’s building until 2029
04-16-2024 6:17 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — More than a year after she was told her business would need to vacate its storefront in the former Wilson’s Department Store, Cleary Jewelers owner Kerry Semaski said she plans to keep her shop at its current location until July 2029...


Primo Restaurant & Pizzeria in South Deerfield under new ownership
04-11-2024 12:39 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — After more than a decade in the previous owner’s hands, the Rodas family is taking the reins at Primo Restaurant & Pizzeria with plans to continue the eatery’s legacy.The new owners officially took over the pizza, sub and pasta shop...


Patrons can ‘walk down memory lane’ at Sweet Phoenix’s new Greenfield location
04-11-2024 11:29 AM

By GRACE LEE

GREENFIELD — What began as a pop-up shop selling antiques and home goods in Turners Falls last October has transitioned to a permanent home at 281 Main St.Sweet Phoenix, owned by Danielle Marie, has moved into the space formerly occupied by Plum, a...


Business Briefs: April 12, 2024
04-11-2024 10:06 AM

MassHire hosting PCA info session GREENFIELD — The MassHire Franklin Hampshire Career Center will host an information session on becoming a personal care attendant (PCA) on Tuesday, April 16, from 11 a.m. to noon both virtually and in person at 101...


Real Estate Transactions: April 12, 2024
04-11-2024 10:06 AM

ASHFIELD 1823 Hawley Road. $777,000. B: Ian Adams and Javonate Gamble. S: Vincent M. Biggs and Brigid E. Demers.ATHOL 667 Brickyard Road. $331,000. B: Aleksandr A. Galbin and Krista Galbin. S: Johnathan Sibley and Jennifer Sibley. 836 Cottage St....


Consumer Corner: A two-day reprieve in tax filing deadline offers time for tips
04-11-2024 10:05 AM

By ANITA WILSON

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...


‘Glamping’ resort proposed in Charlemont
04-10-2024 4:03 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

CHARLEMONT — About 20 people crammed into a room at Town Hall on Tuesday for the first public hearing about an Agawam couple’s plans to buy the Warfield House Inn and convert the site into a mountainside resort.Jeffrey and Jennifer Neilsen hope to buy...


Post-pandemic hardship prompts Between The Uprights closure in Turners Falls
04-09-2024 11:18 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

TURNERS FALLS — Between The Uprights, a sports bar at 23 Avenue A, has gone out of business, as owner Lew Collins closed the doors for good on March 31.Collins took to Facebook on Thursday to break the news to the community and explain the rationale...


Starbucks gets go-ahead from Greenfield Planning Board
04-05-2024 3:40 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — It’s official. Starbucks coffee will be served up in the city this fall.The Planning Board unanimously gave its approval Thursday to the site plan for a Starbucks coffeehouse equipped with a 14-vehicle drive-thru at 200 Mohawk Trail,...


Mother, daughter open The 19th Hole Driving Range in Greenfield
04-04-2024 11:27 AM

By GRACE LEE

GREENFIELD — When the property at 1245 Bernardston Road was home to Sammy K’s Golf, Tracey Stiles’ whole family frequently spent time there to watch her son Benjamin Westerman, an avid golfer, practice.Today, the range continues to be a family...


State rules governing to-go drinks, outdoor dining expire as politicians figure out next steps
04-02-2024 12:14 PM

By CHRIS LISINSKI

BOSTON — This week’s dismal weather forecast might actually have a silver lining for some restaurateurs.After nearly four years with a streamlined system in place to permit outdoor dining and permission to sell takeout alcoholic drinks, both practices...


$125K grant to Franklin County CDC funding biz assistance partnership
03-29-2024 2:11 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

GREENFIELD — With a $125,000 grant, the Franklin County Community Development Corporation is partnering with Springfield Neighborhood Housing Services over the next two years to introduce technical assistance and mini grants to early-stage businesses...


Local restaurant owners react to proposed ballot question to increase service wage, create tip pool
03-28-2024 4:50 PM

By TANISHA BHAT

Franklin County restaurant owners have mixed feelings about a proposed ballot question that would increase service wages for tipped workers and allow businesses to create a tip pool for all employees, supporting the concept but worried about the...


Consumer Corner: With spring weather comes spring scams
03-28-2024 11:25 AM

By ANITA WILSON

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...


‘There’s nothing we can’t fix’: Busy Bee Computers opens in Greenfield
03-28-2024 11:12 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — Business has started buzzing at Busy Bee Computers at 22 Federal St.The family-run venture opened in mid-January and patriarch Doug Ely said he has carried over most of the extensive clientele he built up while operating the business out...


Parking, future city projects dominate listening session with Greenfield businesses
03-27-2024 4:00 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — Local entrepreneurs shared their views on an array of topics impacting business during a listening session with the mayor on Tuesday, with a focus on parking downtown, construction and future economic development projects.As attendees...


Reps of ‘sticky businesses’ share stories at March Chamber of Commerce breakfast
03-27-2024 10:03 AM

GREENFIELD — Representatives of Franklin County’s stickier industries, ranging from honey and maple syrup to doughnuts and asphalt, took center stage at this month’s Franklin County Chamber of Commerce breakfast.Speakers at Terrazza Ristorante...


Historic Revival Wheeler Mansion in Orange becoming bed and breakfast
03-24-2024 12:03 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — No, this is not an April Fool’s Day joke.The Revival Wheeler Mansion’s bed and breakfast is slated to open with a ribbon-cutting ceremony planned for 4 p.m. on April 1.“It’s a long time coming,” said owner Cynthia “Sinde” Butler, who...


First-ever event in Warwick to bolster kids’ business skills
03-23-2024 2:05 PM

By ABNER ROJAS

WARWICK — Young entrepreneurs will get some real-world, hands-on experience when they set up shop as part of the first-ever Warwick Children’s Business Fair.The event, to be held Saturday, April 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Warwick Community...


Classic Signs & Truck Lettering settles into new Orange storefront
03-21-2024 11:45 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — Charles “Ray” Cartello was having his 1989 GMC truck restored by Norman Sargent when the owner of Graverobbers Restoration mentioned he had some space for rent next door to his business at 8 West Main St.Cartello, who has operated Classic...

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