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Business

On the Job

Friday, August 1, 2014

GREENFIELD — Michael E. Tucker, president & CEO of Greenfield Co-operative Bank, has announced that two staff members have graduated from professional education programs: ◆ Jane W. Trombi of Turners Falls graduated from the two-year program at the New England School for Financial Studies at Babson College in Wellesley. The curriculum included all aspects of community banking, such as retail banking, residential and commercial lending, risk management, consumer compliance and … 0

Real Estate/Changing Hands

Friday, August 1, 2014

Ashfield Veronique C. J. Bryant of Florence and Howard Bryant to Richard Campbell and Gerda Lederer of Warren, Vt., 1979 Hawley Road, $320,000. Bernardston Scott A. Johnson and Sara R. Johnson to Katherine Malia of Enfield, Conn., 49 Martindale Road, $200,000. Buckland Martha J. Thurber and Dena G. Willmore to Sean A. Benoit and Tiffany J. Benoit, Charlemont Road, $1. Colrain Edward S. … 0

Questions remain after COG pipeline meeting

Friday, July 25, 2014

The Franklin Regional Council of Governments and its Planning Board, along with the nearly 300 people attending their meeting Thursday, got to pose a series of questions to Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. spokesmen, yet questions remained about TGP’s proposed project. The two-hour long session, during which four representatives from TGP parent Kinder Morgan responded to audience questions submitted in writing, echoed many of … 1

Pizza just one ingredient for success

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Between them, Craig White and Robert Lindner had experience running a pizza shop, cooking at schools like Austine School for the deaf and Bement School, as well as organic farming and human services. After meeting at Tai Kwan … 0

On the Job

Friday, May 2, 2014

Greenfield Co-op Bank promotions GREENFIELD — Michael Tucker, president and CEO of Greenfield Co-operative Bank, has announced three promotions: Michael S. Johnson was appointed Vice President of Financial Services. Johnson has more than 18 years of financial services experience, including 10 years in Greenfield. He has earned Financial … 0

WMECO offering free energy efficiency aid in Greenfield

Friday, May 2, 2014

GREENFIELD — Small downtown businesses in the Franklin County town of Greenfield could soon be benefiting from a new energy efficiency pilot program offered by Western Mass Electric Co. Bolstered by the successful roll-out of its Main Street Energy Efficiency Pilot Program in two other Western Mass. communities … 0

Real Estate/Changing Hands

Friday, May 2, 2014

Bernardston Sonja A. Randall to Bernard C. Randall, West Road, $1. Colrain Kim A. Costine of Evans, Ga., to Paul Gatker and Charlene Gatker of Leyden, 9 Main Road, $106,500. Eileen E. Folan Revocable Trust, Eileen E. Folan, individually and trustee, to Patrick M. Shippee and Carol H. … 0

Cream puffs at the Potholes

Thursday, April 24, 2014

By DIANE BRONCACCIO Recorder Staff SHELBURNE FALLS — Combine the village’s scenic attractions with a family recipe for cream puffs, bake them daily with local cream, local wheat and maple syrup, and what have you got? Lindsay’s Emerald … 0

Pie high: New pizzeria flourishing in Charlemont

Thursday, April 24, 2014

CHARLEMONT — Just two weeks after it opened, Berkshire Pizzeria is already thinking about expanding. For now, this new pizzeria has nine booths and tables, but plans are in the works to add a deck, for outdoor dining, … 0

On the Job: Metaphor Yarns hires events manager

Thursday, April 24, 2014

SHELBURNE FALLS — Metaphor Yarns, has hired Greenfield resident Adelle Ferreira as events manager, to plan and coordinate all special events the shop holds, both in store and off-site. The first project she will be working on is the store’s fall knitting retreat, which will be held at … 0

Real Estate/Changing Hands

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Charlemont Simon L. Dean of Zanesville, Ohio, and Douglas L. Dean and Eric R. Dean to Douglas L. Dean and Jodi L. Dean of Shelburne Falls, 1623 Mohawk Trail, $1. Colrain David Tasgal, also known as David H. Tasgal, and Faith A. Kaufmann to Jonathan D. Byerly, 98 … 0

Yankee Candle CEO leaving

Monday, April 21, 2014

SOUTH DEERFIELD —After 13 years, the president and CEO of Yankee Candle Co., Harlan Kent, is leaving the national candle company. Rachel Wilson, a spokesperson with Jarden Corp., confirmed that Kent will “eventually move on. He has exciting opportunities ahead of him.” The move is a personal decision … 0

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 … 0