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    1. Holyoke welcomes Double Six restaurant and sports bar on High Street

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      Holyoke welcomes Double Six restaurant and sports bar on High Street

      An opening celebration of the Double Six on Oct. 19 featured Mayor Alex B. Morse and Kathleen G. Anderson, president of the Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce.

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      Mentions:   Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce   Kathleen G. Anderson   Holyoke

    2. Springfield Technical Community College awards Scibelli, Deliso endowed chairs to Gary Mullet and John LaFrancis, respectively

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      Springfield Technical Community College awards Scibelli, Deliso endowed chairs to Gary Mullet and John LaFrancis, respectively

      Each year, STCC faculty are nominated for an endowed chair by their colleagues and then invited to apply. Applications are reviewed by an award selection committee, including faculty and staff, and winners are then selected by the STCC Foundation Executive Committee. The awards include a $3,000 grant, half of which is applied to professional development for the recipient and half of which is given to the recipient's academic department.

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      Mentions:   Springfield Technical Community College   West Springfield   Springfield Armory

    3. Chicopee Academy students learn physics by launching hand-made rockets

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      Chicopee Academy students learn physics by launching hand-made rockets

      As part of a physics lesson at Chicopee Academy, 19 students who are taking introduction to physics built and flew rockets to learn a variety concepts. The students were studying Newton’s laws of motion as well as of gravity, velocity, aerodynamics, force and thrust, said David Dale, the science teacher at the school.

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      Mentions:   Chicopee

    4. Springfield City Council considers approving $2.2 million for Union Station project

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      Springfield City Council considers approving $2.2 million for Union Station project

      The City Council will meet Thursday to consider approving $2.2 million in local funds to assist with the cost of renovating and reopening Union Station as an intermodal transportation center.

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      Mentions:   Domenic J. Sarno   Springfield   Holyoke

    5. The Boston Globe Names PeoplesBank To Globe Top Places To Work "High-Performance Culture" built on community service, environmental sustainability, and employee engagement continues to draw recognition.

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      PeoplesBank has been named a Globe Top Places to Work by The Boston Globe. The bank received the recognition after a comprehensive survey of its employees was performed by an independent research organization selected by the publication. More than 1,500 companies were invited to apply for Top Places to Work recognition and 81,907 employees completed surveys. The focus of the survey included employee opinions about leadership, communication, training and growth development, workplace environment, life-work balance, and compensation.

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      Mentions:   Holyoke

    6. Compounding Interest | BusinessWest

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      Compounding Interest | BusinessWest

      eff Sattler says he feels an attachment to the small-business owners sitting across the conference room table from him, a bond that most commercial-lending officers probably wouldn’t understand.

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    7. Building Partnerships | BusinessWest

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      Building Partnerships | BusinessWest

      Dan Moen, president and CEO of the Sisters of Providence Health System (SPHS), is rather proud of the new silver ceremonial shovel in his office.

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    8. Holyoke to hold emergency planning exercise at HCC focusing on public and social media outlets

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      Holyoke to hold emergency planning exercise at HCC focusing on public and social media outlets

      Mayor Alex B. Morse and the city Local Emergency Planning Committee will host the Hybrid Emergency Exercise at at the college's Kittredge Center for Business and Workforce Development on Homestead Avenue from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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      Mentions:   Holyoke Community College   Holyoke

    9. MassMutual Financial Group approves $1.39 billion in dividends to policy holders in 2013, highest in company's 161-year history

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      MassMutual Financial Group approves $1.39 billion in dividends to policy holders in 2013, highest in company's 161-year history

      MassMutual Financial Group has approved an estimated $1.39 billion in dividends to participating policy holders in 2013.

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      Mentions:   MassMutual   Springfield

    10. Western New England University engineering program grows

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      Western New England University engineering program grows

      In her nearly four years of study at Western New England University’s College of Engineering Barbara M. Meaden, 21, of Chicopee has gone from building with Lego blocks to pint-sized electric cars to wind turbines and, with the job she has lined up at Pratt & Whitney in East Hartford after she graduates, jet engines.

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      Mentions:   Western New England University   Smith & Wesson Corp.   Springfield

    11. Association of Fundraising Professionals Western Massachusetts Chapter to

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      Association of Fundraising Professionals Western Massachusetts Chapter to

      The Association of Fundraising Professionals Western Massachusetts Chapter recognizes philanthropic efforts and provides networking opportunities and trainings for development professionals in Western New England. Its members include executives, fundraising professionals and program managers from area non-profits including social service organizations, colleges, hospitals and professional associations.

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      Mentions:   TD Bank   MassMutual   Springfield

    12. Holyoke CareerPoint to help veterans find jobs at 'Hire Veterans Month' fair

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      Holyoke CareerPoint to help veterans find jobs at 'Hire Veterans Month' fair

      The CareerPoint center for job-seekers will participate in a statewide effort to help military veterans find work with a job fair from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Nov. 12 at its 850 High St. office.

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      Mentions:   Holyoke

    13. As Holyoke's creative economy coordinator, Jeffrey Bianchine wants world to see city's art and business potential

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      As Holyoke's creative economy coordinator, Jeffrey Bianchine wants world to see city's art and business potential

      Jeffrey C. Bianchine talks with filmmakers about getting movies made here. He plans to hang banners of local art, with a twist, from light poles in the spring.

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      Mentions:   Bradley International Airport   Holyoke   The Republican

    14. Exhibiting Strength | BusinessWest

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      Exhibiting Strength | BusinessWest

      The MassMutual Center in downtown Springfield came alive on Oct. 11, as the Western Mass. Business Expo 2012 put the region’s business community on center stage. More than 2,000 visitors turned out during an event-filled day that featured 140 exhibitors, dozens of educational seminars and Show Floor Theater presentations, co-located events, thought-provoking breakfast and lunch programs, and a day-capping Expo Social, a premier networking event.

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    15. Mass. paper company buys Maine stationery maker

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      The Massachusetts company that makes the paper used to print U.S. currency has bolstered its stationery division by buying a Maine-based division of Hallmark Cards.

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    16. Don Muller Gallery in downtown Northampton sold to Maya MacLachlan

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      Don Muller Gallery in downtown Northampton sold to Maya MacLachlan

      MacLachlan, 37, studied art history at the University of Massachusetts before her 12-year tenure at the gallery and has been able to hit the ground running. She knows the artists, the customers and what makes the gallery so special.

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   Northampton

    17. Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno names new casino advisory committee

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      Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno names new casino advisory committee

      Mayor Domenic J. Sarno on Thursday named a new, six-member advisory committee that will serve to screen the three companies that are competing to build a casino in Springfield.

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      Mentions:   American International College   Domenic J. Sarno   Mohegan Sun

    18. Babson Capital, Big Y and MassMutal are among Western Massachusetts organizations helping American Red Cross raise money for Superstorm Sandy victims

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      Babson Capital, Big Y and MassMutal are among Western Massachusetts organizations helping American Red Cross raise money for Superstorm Sandy victims

      Babson Capital, Big Y and MassMutal are among the Western Massachusetts organizations helping the American Red Cross raise money for Superstorm Sandy relief efforts, which are expected to be ongoing as the Northeast and other regions grapple with the devastating aftermath of Monday's storm.

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      Mentions:   Big Y Foods   Babson Capital Management   MassMutual

    19. After school program Project Coach teaches students life skills through sport

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      After school program Project Coach teaches students life skills through sport

      If you were to stop by the gym inside Chestnut Middle School just before sunset, you would find children in an after school program running around kicking soccer balls, yelling, laughing and learning.

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      Mentions:   Smith College   Springfield Renaissance School   Springfield

    20. As D-League draft approaches, Armor coach Bob MacKinnon excited about team

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      As D-League draft approaches, Armor coach Bob MacKinnon excited about team

      Even though Springfield Armor coach Bob MacKinnon does not know who is going to be on his roster for the 2012-13 D-League season, his excitement level has already reached midseason heights.

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      Mentions:   MassMutual Center   Springfield

    21. Holyoke City Council considers borrowing $6.8 million for Dean Tech science labs; state would reimburse 80 percent

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      Holyoke City Council considers borrowing $6.8 million for Dean Tech science labs; state would reimburse 80 percent

      The project would be part of the Massachusetts School Building Authority Science Lab Initiative Program. If the city follows that program's guidelines, the cost would be $1.38 million to the city and nearly $5.5 million to the state, City Treasurer Jon D. Lumbra said Monday.

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      Mentions:   Holyoke

    22. Brownfield of Dreams | BusinessWest

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      Brownfield of Dreams | BusinessWest

      Tom Haberlin, director of Economic Development for Chicopee, has been dealing with the fate of the sprawling former Uniroyal plant and neighboring property in the center of the city for more than 30 years.

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    23. Straight Shooter | BusinessWest

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      Straight Shooter | BusinessWest

      James Debney remembers feeling the need to do some practice shooting before he was interviewed for the position of president of Smith & Wesson’s Firearms Division just over three years ago. “I just thought it was something I ought to do; I’m not really sure why,” he recalled, admitting freely that he didn’t really know much of anything about firearms then, and thought some target practice might somehow be of help. “I borrowed a friend’s gun, went out in the woods, and did some shooting.”

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    24. Less than 4,000 utility customers in Western Massachusetts still without power after Superstorm Sandy

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      Less than 4,000 utility customers in Western Massachusetts still without power after Superstorm Sandy

      As of this morning, more than 100,000 of the state's electric customers were still without power in the wake of Sandy. Locally, a combined 3,811 National Grid and Western Massachusetts Electric Company (WMECo) customers had no power as of 6 a.m. Wednesday.

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      Mentions:   Governor Deval L. Patrick   Palmer   Springfield

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