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Sugarloaf Gardens in Sunderland holds soft opening
03-31-2022 5:07 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SUNDERLAND — With April showers expected to bring May flowers, residents have a new opportunity to buy those flowers, trees and more at the recently opened Sugarloaf Gardens.The garden center, which takes the place of the former Sugarloaf Nurseries at...


Colrain Selectboard approves two agreements for marijuana cultivator, delivery service
03-24-2022 7:57 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

COLRAIN — The Selectboard approved two host community agreements Tuesday night with a new marijuana cultivator and retail delivery service that will be based at 270 Greenfield Road.More than two dozen residents showed up to Colrain Central School to...


Board questions experience of prospective Club Castaway owners at license hearing in Whately
02-24-2022 6:00 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

WHATELY — As the Selectboard mulls the transfer of Club Castaway’s liquor and adult entertainment licenses, the focus of its latest discussion revolved around the new owners’ inexperience in managing a strip club.At its Wednesday meeting, the board...


Watershed restaurant begins new chapter at The Montague Bookmill complex
02-09-2022 7:45 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

MONTAGUE CENTER — After changing hands, the fine dining restaurant adjacent to The Montague Bookmill begins a new chapter Thursday with its official public opening under the name Watershed.Watershed’s opening is the first time a new restaurant has...


After 60 years in the Dillon family, Chevrolet dealership changes hands
02-03-2022 5:41 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — After 60 years in the family, the Chevrolet dealership on Main Street is changing hands. Dillon Chevrolet will make the transition this week to McGovern Chevrolet of Greenfield, according to Jay Dillon, co-owner of the dealership at 54...


Pelican Products to be acquired by global investment firm
11-04-2021 7:02 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — Pelican Products Inc., which operates a manufacturing facility in South Deerfield, has been acquired for an undisclosed amount by a California-based investment company.Platinum Equity, a private equity investment firm based in Los...


Restaurateurs buy The Alvah Stone in Montague Center, look to carve out their own niche
11-04-2021 6:28 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

MONTAGUE CENTER — After eight years operating alongside The Montague Bookmill, The Alvah Stone’s owner is handing the keys to the iconic location to a new set of restaurateurs.Partners Melissa Stetson and James Fitzgerald are opening a restaurant...


Orange Planning Board OKs special permit for marijuana cultivation facility
10-14-2021 5:48 PM

DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — The Planning Board voted unanimously this week to issue a special permit to Power Fund Partners to operate a marijuana cultivation facility at 158 Governor Dukakis Drive, starting a one-month appeals period.Power Fund Partners, based in...


Former forge, barn transformed into Leyden gallery space
09-30-2021 4:25 PM

By ZACK DeLUCA

LEYDEN — Sugar Shack Galleries opened the doors to its new home this month, welcoming area artists and artisans, musicians and patrons to the artist co-op market, beer garden and entertainment venue.Co-owners Stephanie Sousbies and Peter Wakelin said...


Hatfield restaurant owners rebrand with South Deerfield barbecue joint
08-26-2021 1:26 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — A taste of the South can be found in South Deerfield.Zack’s Texas Style BBQ, located at 20 Elm St. in the former Damn Yankees BBQ location, opened its doors last week. The establishment specializes in a menu of barbecue classics,...


Green River Cannabis Co. takes a swing at business at former Meadows Golf Course
08-12-2021 3:16 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

GREENFIELD — After completely remodeling the former Meadows Golf Course building at 398 Deerfield St., Green River Cannabis Co. plans to open a retail marijuana store this fall.With all structural work finalized and even a new sign in place, Green...


Lifelong thrifters open Cat & Crow in Shelburne Falls
08-05-2021 4:41 PM

By ELLA ADAMS

SHELBURNE FALLS — “Look at what the cat dragged in!” Amelia Doneilo Maloney and Kate Winans laugh as they remember their favorite phrase once upon a time, around the time they first met in May 2019 at their respective antique booths at Innovintage...


Impact Nano gets license for flammable, combustible materials in Orange
08-03-2021 6:56 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — The company that closed on the former PHA Industries property on Quabbin Boulevard back in April has been granted by the Selectboard a license for flammable and combustible liquids as well as flammable gases and solids.Impact Nano LLC, which...


Refurbished horse trailer, now food truck, bringing Mexican food to Turners
08-03-2021 3:27 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

TURNERS FALLS — As the world celebrates the return of community events, Santo Taco looks to contribute with a new Mexican food truck.Since originally meeting in Montréal, Canada, Santo Taco co-owners Ivette Mateos and Eric Dew have been looking to...


Authentic Latino flavors roll into Greenfield with new food truck
07-27-2021 9:56 AM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — Two Greenfield residents are hoping to bring a taste of their home country to the city. The Cocina Lupita food truck, co-owned by husband and wife Aleyda Romero and Efraen Fuentes — originally of El Salvador — and Joshua Breitner, opened...


Cousins take leap as business partners with new South Deerfield salon
07-01-2021 3:07 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — Those who are looking for a change in hair stylist have a new option in town.Hair Apothecary, a new salon, opened in mid-April at 4A Sugarloaf St. and is now accepting clients for July.Danielle Sullivan-Beck, Hair Apothecary’s...


Prospective owners look to reopen Four Leaf Clover Restaurant in Bernardston under new name
06-10-2021 2:39 PM

By ZACK DeLUCA

BERNARDSTON — Pending final approval, the former Four Leaf Clover Restaurant may reopen under new ownership and a new name.Husband and wife Alex and Amy Fiorey recently took to Facebook to announce they put in an offer to buy the property at 19 South...


Fitness center within The Body Shoppe in Greenfield under new ownership
04-01-2021 5:54 PM

By MAX MARCUS

GREENFIELD — Now under new ownership, The Body Shoppe’s fitness center is focusing on personal training while continuing the gym’s 35-year legacy.Co-owners Steve Ferry and Ryan Trusevitch, both fitness trainers, now run the fitness center under the...


Heath family opens The Duck Pond antique and vendor marketplace in Shelburne
03-11-2021 5:45 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

SHELBURNE — An area family has bought the former Strawberryfield antique shop at 1204 Mohawk Trail with plans to return the business to its previous identity.Wife and husband Katelyn Choiniere and Todd Gerry Jr. got the keys in December and closed on...


Sandri Energy celebrates 90 years in fuel business
02-18-2021 5:46 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — The Sandri family’s quest for the American dream took them from Italy, through Vermont and into Greenfield nearly a century ago.Acilio Remo “A.R.” Sandri, the second son of immigrants Dominico and Anna, worked as a chief clerk at Pan-Am...

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