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SPRINGFIELD — Hundreds of students, parents, staff, faculty, and other supporters of Cathedral High School took to the steps of City Hall yesterday in an effort to persuade the Diocese of Springfield to rebuild the tornado-damaged school on… Read more

AMHERST — Building on the Patrick administration’s historic commitment to strengthening the advanced-manufacturing industry in Massachusetts, Housing and Economic Development Secretary Greg Bialecki on Monday joined Labor and Workforce… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — Springfield College was named a finalist for the President’s Award for Community Service by the Corp. for National and Community Service (CNCS). The college was one of four finalists in the education category and also was… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — On Monday, state Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Maeve Vallely Bartlett and Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno celebrated Camp STAR Angelina, Mary Troy Park, and Balliet Park, all park projects reflecting the more… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — The city of Springfield and the Springfield Redevelopment Authority have released a request for proposals (RFP) for more than 17 acres of land located on Pinevale Street in the Indian Orchard neighborhood of Springfield. The RFP… Read more

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Region’s Economy Gets a Jolt of Vibrancy Since the end of the Great Recession in 2009, economic expansion in Western Mass. — and many other parts of the country as well — has been, in a word, limited. And these limits have… Read more

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White Lion Brewing Is Making a Name for Itself Ray Berry Jr., seen here at a display of White Lion at Table & Vine, says his company’s mission is to build a great brand and help revitalize a great city. Not long after graduating from… Read more

EASTHAMPTON — Easthampton Savings Bank, the wholly-owned subsidiary of ESB Bancorp Inc., announced that ESB Bancorp has signed a definitive merger agreement with Citizens National Bancorp Inc., under which ESB Bancorp will acquire Citizens… Read more

WESTERN MASS. — Today is the final day to nominate an individual or group for BusinessWest’s Difference Makers program. Nominations must be received by the end of the business day (5 p.m.). Nominations can be completed online by… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — United Personnel announced that Dave Malloy has been named client services manager. Malloy will plan, direct, and implement business development, account retention, community relations, and marketing activities for United… Read more

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Williams Inn has announced several appointments to its leadership team. Greta Kipp, the inn’s new general manager, arrives from Topnotch Resort in Stowe, Vt., where she held several positions, including director of… Read more

HOLYOKE — The Holyoke Hospital Auxiliary Assoc. is continuing its annual tradition of remembrance with its Tree of Love, which will be located in the lobby of Holyoke Medical Center at 575 Beech St. through the first week of January. The… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — Western Mass.-based nonprofits sent out the call, and their supporters gave — and gave and gave. In 24 hours, 14,189 donors made 28,824 gifts for a grand total of $2,676,595 at the third annual Valley Gives Day. In… Read more

HARTFORD — Whittlesey & Hadley, P.C., one of the area’s largest independent accounting firms, announced that David Greenblatt, CPA, has been appointed manager, joining the firm’s healthcare practice. Greenblatt has 15 years of… Read more

MONSON — For the fifth year in a row, Monson Savings Bank is asking 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