Archive | September, 2013


Life’s Work

Bill Ward Has Spent His Career Focused on the Big Picture: Jobs Bill Ward has a wide assortment of photographs adorning the walls and shelves of his office in downtown Springfield. There’s one of him conferring with Sen. Edward Kennedy, for example, and also one that puts him in a group with, among others, Dick […]

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Making a Scene

Easthampton Becomes a Mecca for Creative Businesses On bustling Cottage Street in Easthampton — a corridor at the base of Mount Tom dotted with eateries, quirky retail shops, and scores of artists — sits Nash Gallery. The shop — which showcases and sells work primarily by local painters, sculptors, and other creative folks — has […]

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Serve and Protect

FieldEddy Aims to Continue Its Impressive Growth — from Within FieldEddy spent much of the past decade growing a local insurance company into one of the industry’s top regional names. EO Samuel Hanmer says he has no plans to stop growing, but the current strategy is much different than the game plan that saw FieldEddy […]

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Charting Progress

Demand for Architectural Services Grows in Private Sector John Kuhn says the number of projects on his firmai??i??s books has increased over the past year. However, ai???I donai??i??t expect to go back to the glory days,ai??? added the president of Kuhn Riddle Architects in Amherst, adding that clients today are more cost-conscious, conservative, and careful […]

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