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Tammy Avery holds a Cheese Quesadilla While Sonja Sutton holds Clucks and Pucks (chicken and waffles) at Kali B's Wings & Things on Ave A in Turners Falls.  Recorder/Paul Franz

Kali B’s serving up wings in Turners Falls

Thursday, April 17, 2014

TURNERS FALLS — Turners Falls is fast becoming the destination place for good food with bustling restaurants boasting a steady stream of customers. Kali B’s Wings and Things, the new all American wings and pub joint at 166 Avenue A, is a good example. “Everyone has been having the best months they’ve had. We’re the everyman town for good food,” … 0

New Montague Book Mill eatery offers view, locally based cuisine

Thursday, April 17, 2014

MONTAGUE CENTER — Visitors to the village center can now enjoy all-American cuisine while overlooking the rushing waters of the Sawmill River in an old historic mill. The Alvah Stone has opened its doors at the Montague Mill, taking the place of the Night Kitchen, a fine-dining restaurant that closed this year after … 0

Yankee Mattress opens Greenfield site

Thursday, April 17, 2014

By ANITA FRITZ Recorder Staff GREENFIELD — Joseph Noblit was a one-man show when he first opened Yankee Mattress Factory in 1999, but today he employs seven people, and has opened a third showroom — in Greenfield. Noblit’s son Nick, 25, now manages the company’s factory and showroom, which is located in Agawam, … 0

Moving, working

Friday, March 28, 2014

SHELBURNE FALLS — People used to dance and twirl their partners in the ball room on the third floor of the Odd Fellows building — currently the McCusker’s building — in Shelburne Falls. Now local entrepreneurs soft-shoe, treading … 0

Breakfast (and lunch) at Tiffany’s

Friday, March 21, 2014

C ustomer Kevin Parsons of Shelburne Falls calls it “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” but Tiffany Pentz, the owner of the village’s latest eatery, calls it “La Luncheonette.” Made-to-order “slow-squeezed” juices, coffee, teas, homemade soups and fresh-baked baguettes are among … 0

On the Job

Friday, March 21, 2014

Veteran employee acknowledged SHELBURNE FALLS — Mark Newton recently celebrated 30 years of service with Clarks Corvair Parts. Newton started in the printing department, and was promoted to the technical department and also as production departments supervisor, in 1985. In 1993, he received a promotion to his current … 0

Real Estate/ Changing Hands

Friday, March 21, 2014

Colrain Anna M. Nussbaum Estate of Colrain and Mary Sumner of Colrain to Paul Nussbaum of Greenfield, Anne Savage of Blacksburg, Va., and Mary Sumner, 600 Adamsville Road, land also in Heath. No consideration. Herzig Investment Trust, Charles R. Herzig, trustee, to Robert C. Herzig, Coburn Street, $1. … 0

Real Estate/ Changing Hands

Friday, March 14, 2014

Bernardston Sean M. Mason of Northfield and Annmarie C. Mason to Annmarie C. Mason, 2 Bald Mountain Road, $1. Barbara A. Dearborn to Mark A. Dearborn and Diane D. Dearborn, 9 South St., $1. Springleaf Financial Services of Massachusettss Inc., formerly known as American General Financial Services Inc. … 0

On the Job

Friday, March 14, 2014

Sandvik joins Fitzgerald GREENFIELD — Fitzgerald Real Estate welcomes the newest member of our Team, Laura Sandvik. Sandvik has enjoyed living in Shelburne for almost 30 years. She completed her Real Estate classes at UMass Amherst. She has … 0

Warfield House

Thursday, March 6, 2014

The picturesque Warfield House Inn in Charlemont, with its mountaintop views, will reopen for weddings, reunions, business conferences and other special events — but not as a conventional restaurant. The property also houses a 12-room bed-and-breakfast. The establishment’s … 0

Real Estate/Changing Hands

Friday, March 7, 2014

Buckland Jean-Marie Gobillot, also known as Jean G. Harris, Jean Harris and Jean-Marie Harris of Shelburne Falls and Per Brandin to Donald D. Cote and Cynthia A. Cote of Shelburne Falls, 118 East Buckland Road, $93,000. Conway Robert Stack and Eunice Stack of New York, N.Y., Jeanette Kozupsky … 0

Training program to fill gaps for entry-level skills

Monday, March 3, 2014

GREENFIELD — A new training program will equip unemployed and underemployed residents with manufacturing and work readiness skills so they can fill open entry-level jobs at local companies. Greenfield Community College and partner organizations will train at least 40 people in free 80-hour “foundational mechanical” training programs this … 0

Real Estate/Changing Hands

Friday, February 28, 2014

Ashfield Fitzgerald Investment Trust, June E. Fitzgerald, individual and trustee, to John W. Tatro and Brenda L. Tatro, Creamery Avenue and Norton Hill Road, $17,500. Bernardston Cynthia N. Reinhardt, formerly known as Cynthia D. Reinhardt of Dalton, to Brian McComb and Linda McComb, Martindale Road, $20,600. Charlemont Lynden … 0