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    2. Two New Woman-owned Businesses Open in Thornes Marketplace

      Two New Woman-owned Businesses Open in Thornes Marketplace
      Two women entrepreneurs with a passion for artistry and design have opened shops in Thornes Marketplace, one offering Bohemian home dcor and the other, womens lingerie and loungewear. Cigdem Chi Turkomer, the owner of Le BonNton, originally located on Old South Street, moved into Thornes last June, relocating several times within the building over the past year and recently settling permanently on the second floor.
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    3. Business West holds meet and greet at Mercedes Benz in Springfield

      Business West holds meet and greet at Mercedes Benz in Springfield
      A meet and greet event was held for this years 40 under 40 at Mercedes Benz of Springfield. This event was for members of the Business West class of 2022. Those present Friday were nominated for their impact on their communities as game-changers. This event is meant to introduce these game-changers to one another as well as celebrate their community efforts. 22News spoke to Business West about tonights community meet ...
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    4. Greenfield Court Square seasonal setup to return

      Greenfield Court Square seasonal setup to return
      Starting Monday, May 16, Greenfield will be closing off Court Square to traffic to make way for a seasonal pedestrian plaza. According to the city, the configuration will be similar to last year with more handicapped parking available behind the city hall. Planters will be used to block off traffic to court square between main street and newton place.
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    5. D.A. Sullivan Builds on a 125-year Legacy of Excellence - BusinessWest

      D.A. Sullivan Builds on a 125-year Legacy of Excellence - BusinessWest
      It started with a few people building a home in Williamsburg in 1897. And over the past 125 years, the firm that came to be known as D.A. Sullivan Sons Inc. has expanded in every way a construction firm can. Its vast portfolio of projects includes construction and renovation of schools, libraries, hospital facilities, dormitories, churches, and much more. While there are many keys to the success of the ...
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    6. Monson Savings Bank celebrates 150 years of service

      Monson Savings Bank celebrates 150 years of service
      Monson Savings Bank is celebrating 150 years of serving the local community. The bank was incorporated on March 28 in 1872. Monday mornings reception was the kickoff to a year of events focused on building the banks relationship with the community. Theyll be working with local non-profits to do things like help kids build their own bikes.
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    7. Arbella Insurance funds Growing Garden initiative

      Arbella Insurance funds Growing Garden initiative
      Rachels Table will have some extra money to use over the next three years to help alleviate hunger and reduce food waste in the region, thanks to a gift from a local business. Arbella Insurance has pledged $75,000 to the Growing Garden initiative, which officially launches later Monday. The program will train other service organizations on how to grow their supply of food for use in their ministries.
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    8. FirstLight in process of relicensing hydro facilities in Franklin County

      FirstLight in process of relicensing hydro facilities in Franklin County
      FirstLight Power is in the process of re-licensing hydro facilities in Northfield and Turners Falls through the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, but one part of that process is receiving criticism from a local environmental group. The Connecticut River Conservancy told 22News is it is concerned about fish migration, something their executive director said should be addressed as soon as possible.
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    9. Smith College President stepping down in June 2023

      Smith College President stepping down in June 2023
      After 10 years leading Smith College, President Kathleen McCartney has made the decision to step down in June 2023. Under McCartneys direction the college saw record philanthropic gifts donated to support financial aid and career development programs as well as expanding scholarship aid, eliminating loans from undergraduate financial aid packages, and creating new funds to support new and current students, and recent graduates.
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  2. About Northampton

    Northampton

    Northampton is a city in Hampshire County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 28,978 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Hampshire County. It is nicknamed The Paradise City.  Northampton is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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    1. We've really grown with Springfield, and we have the branch offices in Westfield and in Northampton and Amherst now.
      In STCC honors 6 businesses with induction into Western Massachusetts Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame
    2. The reason it's still important is that Northampton is getting to be an increasingly challenging place to live for working people.
      In Northampton City Council to vote on "living wage" resolution
    3. As working folks continue to move away from Northampton, it's going to define the character of the city in the next couple of decades.
      In Northampton City Council to vote on "living wage" resolution