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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

LUDLOW — PV Financial Group announce that Lou Curto, one of its top retirement-plan advisors, has earned the specialized designation of professional plan consultant (PPC). Recent regulatory changes to the qualified-retirement-plan industry… Read more

HOLYOKE — Mother Mary’s Thrift Store at 364 High St., Holyoke, announced its Happy Holidays Christmas sale, to run from Tuesday, Dec. 16 through Tuesday, Dec. 23. Household items, clothing, and furniture are on sale for 20% off. Mother… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield Chamber of Commerce, an affiliate of the Affiliated Chambers of Commerce of Greater Springfield, announced Wednesday that it has reviewed the city of Springfield’s proposal for property taxes for fiscal… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — Each year, the American Red Cross of Western Massachusetts hosts the Hometown Heroes Breakfast to honor local individuals and groups that have shown courage, kindness, and unselfish character when a friend, family member, or… Read more

LOWELL — Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Rachel Kaprielian awarded more than $12.2 million in the latest round of grants to help train healthcare providers to improve patient service and reduce healthcare costs. The funding goes… Read more

SPRINGFIELD — In celebration of International Education Week (IEW), Western New England University recently hosted a week-long series of events called Passport to the World. IEW is a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the… Read more

CHICOPEE — The Economic Development Council of Western Mass. voiced its concerns Tuesday regarding the rising costs of natural gas and electricity in the region. “More expensive energy affects all of us negatively. All of us need to be… Read more

HOLYOKE — Dr. Maria Russo-Appel has been appointed to the position of chief medical officer of Providence Behavioral Health Hospital (PBHH). In this role, she is responsible for the medical leadership at PBHH, including the coordination of… Read more

AMHERST — New England Environmental Inc. (NEE) announced that Matthew Nowak has joined the company as a senior scientist and project manager. Nowak is a professional wetland scientist (PWS) and is OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER certified. He has a… Read more

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) forecasts a steady and ongoing economic recovery for the U.S. commercial and industrial construction industries in 2015. The reasonably brisk industry recovery in 2014 should… Read more