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Over The Top Bakery opens above Bates Down Under in Orange
12-14-2023 3:29 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — Fran and Mike Bates like to say their new bakery sits “over the top” of their indoor flea market, Bates Down Under. They like to say it so much, in fact, that the business carries that distinction in its name.Over The Top Bakery opened at 90...


Tensions run high over eviction of Billy Goat Boats in Orange
12-07-2023 6:18 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — Billy Goat Boats might remain at Orange Riverfront Park after the former town administrator took responsibility for a leasing issue that forced the recent eviction of the family-run watercraft rental business.The company, which is owned and...


Couple looks to buy Ashfield property, continue its use as glassblowing studio
12-07-2023 4:39 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

ASHFIELD — The property at 634 Bellus Road, home to a small glassblowing studio since 1996, is expected to stay the course under new ownership. In a joint meeting between the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals on Nov. 29, Michael Schunke and...


PV Squared in Greenfield achieves unprecedented number of worker-owners
12-07-2023 1:05 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — Rachel Levey admits January 2020 was not the best time to become a business owner, but she doesn’t regret her decision one bit.After two years of working in customer service at PV Squared, she decided to take the cooperative up on its...


Animal rights group destroys fence, releases 500 birds in Bernardston
12-04-2023 3:33 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

BERNARDSTON — Members of an extremist animal rights group have claimed responsibility for the destruction of fencing and release of approximately 500 birds at Fullflight Game Farm shortly after Thanksgiving.People affiliated with the Animal Liberation...


Trio of grants to bolster workforce training in Franklin County, North Quabbin region
12-03-2023 12:28 PM

By MAX BOWEN

A handful of Franklin County and North Quabbin organizations were among the recipients in the latest round of workforce development planning grants from the state, including an Athol-based organization aiming to develop a program to train those who...


Economist: Workforce shortages here to stay
12-03-2023 11:52 AM

By SAM DRYSDALE

BOSTON — The workforce shortage that has left employers across sectors scrambling to keep operations running in recent years isn’t likely to let up “any time in the rest of anybody’s lifetime,” one of the nation’s leading economists said last...


Officials eye new regs for short-term rentals in Orange
12-01-2023 3:19 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — Town officials are looking to include short-term rentals in the local zoning bylaws though without burdening people who rely on income from stays at their properties. Walker Powell, the community development director, explained to Selectboard...


New owners pay homage to Bernardston store’s 1960s roots
11-30-2023 11:55 AM

By LIESEL NYGARD

BERNARDSTON — Lifelong Franklin County residents Jesse and Amber Snow have purchased the Country Corner Store and restored its former name of Marshalls Country Store, harkening back to its 1960s roots. Gill resident Jeff Klein, 60, owned the 44 Church...


No ‘greater act of charity’: Greenfield business owner appealing to community for kidney
11-29-2023 2:01 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — The holidays are around the corner and apparel, gift cards and electronics are expected to top the list of presents exchanged during the season of giving. But local business owner Jeremy Goldsher hopes for something a little more...


Tea Guys equipment, inventory heads to online auction
11-27-2023 2:43 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

WHATELY — It appears everything must go at the Tea Guys factory, as the equipment and inventory at 110 Christian Lane is scheduled to be auctioned off on Dec. 4.Rasmus Auctions has been hired to handle an online auction at the local tea business,...


State is a ‘pioneer’ in life sciences, but experts say more help needed to maintain industry leader status
11-27-2023 6:21 AM

By LINDSAY SHACHNOW

Laura Kleiman was running a research center at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute when her mother was diagnosed with cancer.In exploring potential treatment options, Kleiman said she discovered that repurposing drugs — particularly generic ones that are...


Avery’s General Store in Charlemont brings back in-house butcher
11-23-2023 2:50 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

CHARLEMONT — The butcher is back.Avery’s General Store has partnered with Heath’s Freeman Farm to bring hand-cut butchering back to the store after a five-year hiatus. Customers can now come to the meat counter and buy cuts of local grass-fed beef....


Patrons’ support for former 2nd Street Baking Co. continues — in Maine
11-23-2023 2:49 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

TURNERS FALLS — Even after moving to Fourth Street in 2012, the former 2nd Street Baking Co. kept its name, a message from owner Laura Puchalski to her faithful patrons that she wouldn’t forget the business’ history. Now, more than a decade later and...


Greenfield business owner, vendor appear on ‘Pawn Stars Do America’
11-22-2023 1:53 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — If you watched last week’s episode of the reality TV show “Pawn Stars Do America,” you may have recognized a Greenfield business owner.Skye Wellington, who opened Innovintage Place five years ago, traveled to The Endicott Estate in Dedham...


Tree House shareholder files suit alleging ‘excessive salaries’ and ‘concealed investments’
11-21-2023 7:37 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SPRINGFIELD — A civil lawsuit filed in Hampden County Superior Court by a minority shareholder of Tree House Brewing Co. alleges the company’s two majority shareholders paid themselves “excessive” salaries, secretly invested in real estate and caused...


Soft opening of Shelburne Falls’ new speakeasy-style bar set for Tuesday
11-20-2023 10:39 AM

By BELLA LEVAVI

SHELBURNE FALLS — The village is about to have a poorly kept secret.Gypsy Apple Bistro owner Michaelangelo Wescott will open his new speakeasy-style bar, dubbed Le Peacock, on Tuesday, Nov. 21, adding some nightlife to Bridge Street. “We are going to...


Club Castaway in Whately required to keep police detail through Feb. 4
11-16-2023 1:23 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

WHATELY — Weekend police details will continue to be required at Club Castaway at least through Feb. 4, as the town and business continue to build a relationship.When the strip club’s current owners took over in 2019, the Selectboard at that time...


Watershed restaurant in Montague to close Dec. 2
11-16-2023 12:46 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

MONTAGUE CENTER — Watershed restaurant will close its doors on Dec. 2, having served as a hub for fine dining for nearly two years.“We had an absolute blast,” said James Fitzgerald, who co-owns the restaurant alongside his partner Melissa Stetson. “At...


New Banchan Korean Deli in Sunderland offering ‘generational cooking at its finest’
11-16-2023 12:24 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SUNDERLAND — Nestled in the former Dove’s Nest restaurant, a new deli has been steadily gaining traction.Across from Cliffside Apartments and sharing a plaza with Frontier Pizza, resident Hilda Bailey has been whipping up all sorts of food at Banchan...

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