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    2. MassHire Springfield Career Center plans move

      MassHire Springfield Career Center plans move
      MassHire Springfield Career Center, which used to be known as FutureWorks until a statewide rebranding last year, is moving to 95 Liberty St., near the post office and Union Station. MassHire will move out of its offices in the Springfield Technical Community College Technology Park on Saturday, Dec 14, and open in the new location on Wednesday, Dec 18.
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    3. Casa De Nana Mexican restaurant property in Springfield for sale; business remains open

      Casa De Nana Mexican restaurant property in Springfield for sale; business remains open
      TheCasa De Nana restaurant property on Boston Road is for sale, but the business remains open, a spokesman said Friday. The Mexican restaurant has been a Springfield fixture for 50 years, opening in 1968. An "Available" sign has been placed in front of the building at 995 Boston Road, listing R.J. Greeley Co., as the real estate agent. An R.J. Greeley representative was not immediately available for comment.
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    4. Holyoke's oldest manufacturer sells off equipment at auction; 'I want to see where my machine goes, so I can go along with it,' former worker says

      Holyoke's oldest manufacturer sells off equipment at auction; 'I want to see where my machine goes, so I can go along with it,' former worker says
      Alan Bernier of South Hadley ran a sophisticated grinding machine at Holyoke Machine Co. for 33 years before the company, the oldest manufacturer in the city, closed in February. On Thursday he joined a crowd of hundreds at the company's liquidation auction. "I want to see where my machine goes so I can go along with it," he said. "I don't have a job now." Owner James Sagalyn ...
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    5. Profiles in Business

      Profiles in Business
      “R.J. Greeley Co. is surviving what is the worst market I’ve ever encountered,” he said. “For whatever combination of reasons, we ended 2010 with a flourish, and share the uncertainites that pervade our area and our economy, and we’re unsure what the future holds. But we’re getting more than our share of opportunities in an area where there are not enough opportunities.”
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