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SPRINGFIELD — Due to the large storm expected today, Dakin Humane Society urges everyone with pets to have an emergency plan, especially in case power is lost in the home. Dakin recommends the following: • Water, food, medications, and… Read more

MONSON — Monson Savings Bank recently announced three promotions. Robert Chateauneuf has been promoted to vice president, commercial loan officer; Corinne Sawyer has been promoted to vice president, business development officer; and Dodie… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — The Western MA Baseball Hall of Fame committee will induct seven new members at a banquet on Wednesday, Jan. 28 at 6 p.m. at La Quinta Inn & Suites in Springfield, in the 12th-floor ballroom. Red Sox radio broadcaster Joe… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield Technical Community College Diversity Council will welcome Bonnie St. John to the STCC campus on Wednesday, Feb. 4 at 10 a.m. in the gym in Building 2 (Scibelli Hall). Despite having her right leg amputated at… Read more

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Area Colleges Step Up Efforts to Recruit International Students Michelle Kowalsky’s business card declares that, among other things, she is the director of International Admissions at Western New England University. She’s the first… Read more

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Will Falling Gas Prices Be Good for Business? The downward trend in fuel prices has delighted consumers, but businesses have mixed thoughts when assessing the long-term impact. In 2008, as gas prices hit $4 per gallon, the blame game heated up as… Read more

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Recreation of Monticello Was A Project for the Ages S. Prestley Blake takes a photo of the replica of Monticello he had built in Somers. Bill Laplante remembers the phone call like it was yesterday. That’s because it seemingly came out of… Read more

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Lanie Delphin Brings Couples Together with Mass Match Lanie Delphin Lanie Delphin met her husband, Bud, through a dating service 16 years ago. And that got her thinking about how lucky they were. Actually, that’s the wrong word; Delphin… Read more

LUDLOW — The Westmass Area Development Corp. announced that it will begin Phase I of its riverwalk project this month, part of the approved Ludlow Mills Preservation and Redevelopment Comprehensive Master Plan. Westmass will begin… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — Baystate Children’s Hospital and 94.7 WMAS are looking for ‘Change Heroes’ to help kick off fund-raising efforts in advance of this year’s 14th annual 94.7 WMAS Radiothon, which will be broadcast live… Read more

MONSON — For the fifth year in a row, Monson Savings Bank asked the community to help plan the bank’s community-giving activities by inviting people to vote for the organizations they would like the bank to support during… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — Coming off a record haul of nominations last year, BusinessWest expects the momentum to continue as its 40 Under Forty program enters its ninth year. The magazine launched the program in 2007 as a way to spotlight the… Read more

NORTHAMPTON — Dr. Holly Michaelson of Cooley Dickinson Medical Group General Surgical Care was among 1,640 initiates from around the world who recently became fellows of the American College of Surgeons (FACS). Michaelson received a medical… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — UMassFive College Federal Credit Union introduced its newest branch location at Mercy Medical Center in Springfield. As of January, the Credit Union of the Providence System (CUPS) has formally merged with UMassFive College… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — Western New England University School of Law and the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will present a cutting-edge program highlighting current legal issues in privacy, data security, and cybersecurity law on Tuesday,… Read more