1. Articles in category: Retail

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    1. West Springfield License Commission OKs Lyons Package Store liquor license transfer to Costco

      Explore masslive.com (Dec 28 2012)

      West Springfield License Commission OKs Lyons Package Store liquor license transfer to Costco

      The License Commission has approved the transfer of the all-alcohol license held by Lyons Package Store Inc. to Costco Wholesale Inc., which will use it to sell spirits from an addition to its store in the Riverdale Street shopping center.

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      Mentions:   West Springfield   Springfield   Westfield

    2. Friendly's Ice Cream taps Regan for public relations work

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      Friendly's Ice Cream taps Regan for public relations work

      Friendly's Ice Cream LLC has hired Boston-based Regan Communications to handle the struggling restaurant chain's public relations moving forward, the agency said on Wednesday.

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      Mentions:   Friendly's Ice Cream Corporation

    3. Big Y celebrates Enfield store renovations

      Explore masslive.com (Dec 5 2012)

      Big Y celebrates Enfield store renovations

      Headquartered in Springfield, Mass., Big Y is one of the largest independently owned supermarket chains in New England. Big Y operates 64 locations throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts with more than 10,000 employees.

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      Mentions:   Big Y Foods   Springfield

    4. New Chrysler dealership to open on Damon Road in Northampton

      Explore masslive.com (Nov 8 2012)

      New Chrysler dealership to open on Damon Road in Northampton

      The site already features a 150-vehicle lot and a building with seven bays and an office room. Troiano said he plans to make few physical changes other than painting the facility in Chrysler colors. He has already begun advertising for employees. By the time he opens in January, Troiano plans to have about 20 workers on site, but he eventually hopes to double that number.

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      Mentions:   Northampton   Kollmorgen

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

      Explore masslive.com (Nov 1 2012)

      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

    6. Hobby Lobby to open at Holyoke Mall

      Explore WWLP 22 News Springfield (Oct 25 2012)

      Hobby Lobby to open at Holyoke Mall

      Holyoke Mall General Manager Bill Rogalski told 22News that construction on the Hobby Lobby store will begin this fall.

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      Mentions:   Holyoke

    7. Northampton Brewery celebrates 25 years

      Explore masslive.com (Sep 18 2012)

      Northampton Brewery celebrates 25 years

      Twenty-five years is a long time for a business, especially one in a market as competitive as the Northampton one, so it's a great point of pride that the Northampton Brewery will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a huge bash on Sept. 30.

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      Mentions:   Northampton

    8. Holyoke Big Y project still set for construction to begin in spring and take 7 months

      Explore masslive.com (Sep 3 2012)

      Holyoke Big Y project still set for construction to begin in spring and take 7 months

      It might not seem like it, but the term “on schedule” applies to a planned $16 million retail project with a Big Y supermarket set for Lower Westfield Road and Homestead Avenue, an official said.

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      Mentions:   Big Y Foods   Holyoke   Westfield

    9. Northampton's Bakery Normand, a beloved downtown landmark for 33 years, to close Sept. 1

      Explore masslive.com (Aug 16 2012)

      Northampton's Bakery Normand, a beloved downtown landmark for 33 years, to close Sept. 1

      After 33 years in Northampton, Robert and Patricia Normand will close their bakery at 192 Main Street at the end of this month to "imagine what other goals, what other challenges, might await us," according to the couple's website.

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      Mentions:   Northampton

    10. Gaining Ground | BusinessWest

      Explore BusinessWest (Aug 14 2012)

      Gaining Ground | BusinessWest

      The Frankenstein will be among many new menu items, including a host of burger concoctions, that area residents will soon have to sort through, as a new and different type of business competition (no, not casinos) unfolds in Greater Springfield.

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      Mentions:   West Springfield   Springfield   Holyoke

    11. Fixing Friendly’s | BusinessWest

      Explore BusinessWest (Aug 14 2012)

      Fixing Friendly’s | BusinessWest

      In many ways, he compares his current undertaking — which he said others have described succinctly with the two-word phrase “fixing Friendly’s” — to one of his first assignments with the Boston-based fast-casual bakery and café chain known as Au Bon Pain (later to be renamed Panera Bread Co.), close to 15 years ago.

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    12. Spoleto plans move from Main Street to 'gateway of downtown Northampton'

      Explore GazetteNET (Jul 31 2012)

      Spoleto plans move from Main Street to 'gateway of downtown Northampton'

      The anticipated move of Spoleto from 50 Main St. to 1 Bridge St., the current location of Paradise City Tavern, will occur as soon as practical, said William Collins, chief operating officer of the Spoleto Restaurant Group. It operates both restaurants and owns the Bridge Street property.

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Northampton

    13. New Friendly's CEO John Maguire wants chain to get back to basics | masslive.com

      Explore masslive.com (Jul 29 2012)

      New Friendly's CEO John Maguire wants chain to get back to basics | masslive.com

      Friendly’s future is going to look a lot like its past – its distant past – according to new CEO John M. Maguire.

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      Mentions:   Holyoke Community College   Western New England University   Springfield

    14. A first look at Max Burger, Longmeadow's brand-new "better burger" restaurant

      Explore masslive.com (Jul 23 2012)

      A first look at Max Burger, Longmeadow's brand-new "better burger" restaurant

      The restaurant is decorated with a bovine theme, reflecting Max Burger's emphasis on beef - all-natural Angus, sourced from humanly raised animals. But the menu features much more: you'll also find turkey, chicken, shrimp, tuna, portobello mushrooms and a vegetarian quinoa burger between a bun.

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Basketball Hall of Fame

    15. ALDI discount grocery store wins permit to open facility off Riverdale Street in West Springfield

      Explore masslive.com (Jul 18 2012)

      ALDI discount grocery store wins permit to open facility off Riverdale Street in West Springfield

      Planning Board members encouraged the two parties to negotiate with each other, something Goldberg said came to nothing. He accused Developers Diversified Realty, which was not represented at Wednesday’s Planning Board meeting and which rents space to a Stop and Shop supermarket, of trying to “sabotage” plans for the ALDI. There were no representatives of the Ohio company at Wednesday’s Planning Board meeting.

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      Mentions:   West Springfield   Springfield

    16. Lia Auto Group hopes to open Kia dealership on King Street in Northampton

      Explore masslive.com (Jul 17 2012)

      The Kia dealership will be built on the site formerly occupied by Agway at 263 King St. The showcase building will be similar to those at the Honda and Toyota facilities. Lia said there will be new jobs for some 15 people at Kia and that the number could grow to 25.

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      Mentions:   Northampton   Kollmorgen

    17. A big donation from Big Y

      Explore WWLP 22 News Springfield (Jul 16 2012)

      A big donation from Big Y

      The Children’s Museum at Holyoke has received a big donation from Big Y.

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      Mentions:   Big Y Foods   Chicopee   Holyoke

    18. Greenfield car delearships to get new building, add jobs

      Explore masslive.com (Jun 22 2012)

      Greenfield car delearships to get new building, add jobs

      Ford and Toyota of Greenfield is planning to replace its current one-story brick building with a structure twice the size by the end of next year, The Recorder reports. The new building's size is expected to be between 33,000 and 35,000 square feet, with 22,000 square feet dedicated for parts and service.The current building totals about 17,000 square feet.

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      Mentions:   Greenfield   The Republican

    19. Big Y and other supermarkets push again for an end to item price tags

      Explore masslive.com (Jun 9 2012)

      Big Y and other supermarkets push again for an end to item price tags

      Claire M. D’Amour-Daley, Big Y spokeswoman, said the operative word in the state law is “supermarket.” Other retailers that might sell the same thing don’t have to go to the trouble of putting individual stickers on those same items.

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      Mentions:   Big Y Foods   Springfield   The Republican

    20. LUXE Burger Bar scheduled to open site of former Visitor Information Center in Springfield

      Explore masslive.com (Jun 7 2012)

      “We’re excited that this building will again have positive activity and will create many new jobs for city residents,” authority Chairman Armando Feliciano said this week in a release. “The project is a good combination of a local developer with a well-established restaurant group from Providence.”

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Basketball Hall of Fame

    21. Silverscape Designs closes store in dowtown Amherst

      Explore GazetteNET (Jun 6 2012)

      he closing of the Amherst store leaves a gap in downtown's north end, one that may be difficult to fill, said Tony Maroulis, executive director of the Amherst Area Chamber of Commerce. The building's space limitations make it an unlikely home for a national chain like Gap, he said, but it could house a "mom and pop" retail or service-oriented business.

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      Mentions:   Amherst   Northampton

    22. Springfield Sonic Drive-In opens on Boston Road

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      Springfield Sonic Drive-In opens on Boston Road

      Hurwitz said he and his brother hired 85 people to open the Sonic. There will be some attrition as the crew gets its legs under it, but Hurwitz expects the restaurant will have 65 or 70 employees at any given time.

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Holyoke

    23. Former Kollmorgen parcel may help Northampton put another piece into King Street puzzle

      Explore masslive.com (May 30 2012)

      Former Kollmorgen parcel may help Northampton put another piece into King Street puzzle

      With the former Kollmorgen site on King Street spoken for, city planners, developers and real estate brokers are hopeful that the stretch of King from downtown to Damon Road will finally reach its potential.

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      Mentions:   Colvest Group   West Springfield   Springfield

    24. Northampton Volkswagen to move to former Kollmorgen site

      Explore masslive.com (May 21 2012)

      Northampton Volkswagen to move to former Kollmorgen site

      Cosenzi Automotive Realty, which owns Northampton Volkswagen and several other car dealerships under the name TommyCar Auto Group, purchased the former Kollmorgen headquarters at 347 King Street for $1.8 million last Friday. The 5-acre property was on the market for $4 million but sold for less than half of that because of the expense of tearing down and removing the existing building, according to real estate agent Patrick M. Goggins, who brokered the deal. Goggins said there is asbestos and other hazardous materials in the building.

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      Mentions:   Northampton   Greenfield   Kollmorgen

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