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Economic Outlook 2015 — Positively Charged

Region’s Economy Gets a Jolt of Vibrancy Since the end of the Great Recession in 2009, economic expansion in Western Mass. — and many other parts of the country as […]

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Features

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Off to a Roaring Start

White Lion Brewing Is Making a Name for Itself Not long after graduating from American International College with a degree in finance, Ray Berry Jr. went to work for a […]

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Ties That Bind

Suit Up Springfield Will Do More Than Help Men Look the Part Justin Roberts acknowledged that not everyone wears a suit, or even a tie, in this age when casual […]

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Special Features

OutlookCovExclusive1214b

Economic Outlook 2015 — Positively Charged

Region’s Economy Gets a Jolt of Vibrancy Since the end of the Great Recession in 2009, economic expansion in Western Mass. — and many other parts of the country as […]

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Giving Guide 2014

2014 Regional Philanthropic Opportunities Click here to download the PDF flipbook!

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Leslie Hennessey, left, and Paula Boss

Making the Days Count

Hospice Brings Quality of Life to Dying Patients, Families There’s a big difference, Leslie Hennessey said, between giving up on life and accepting that the end is near. “Hospice simply […]

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Thirst for Progress

UMass Takes Leadership Role in Clean-water Innovation David Reckhow says water treatment is ripe for innovation. “We’re working with technologies that are about a century old. We haven’t really advanced […]

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Top: WCA’s 62,500-square-foot headquarters in Southwick. Bottom: the company’s Milford office, serving Eastern Mass. and Rhode Island.

Engineering Success

Whalley Computer Associates Enjoys Rapid Growth When gauging his company’s place in the tech world, Paul Whalley says a little perspective is in order. “I haven’t been to a Red […]

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The Suspense Is Building

The Planning of 2014 Will Give Way to Construction in 2015 By JEFFREY S. CIUFFREDA The year now drawing to a close might best be known for all of the […]

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SUSAN G. FENTIN

Courting Change

What to Expect in Labor and Employment Law in 2015 By SUSAN G. FENTIN, Esq. For employers in Massachusetts, 2014 was quite a year: in addition to multiple Supreme Court […]

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Philip Noto

Where Voices Matter

Emeritus of East Longmeadow Caters to Residents’ Requests Philip Noto says the difference between Emeritus of East Longmeadow and other local assisted-living facilities can be found in the details. “It’s […]

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Welcome Home

A chart of the region’s senior living options Click here to download the PDF chart

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Put VDI on Your IT Christmas List

This Is the Kind of Gift That Keeps on Giving By GREG PELLERIN Santa’s IT department is working overtime this Christmas, and the deals may look too good to pass […]

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Sights and Sounds

A chart of audio-visual and mutli-media companies Click here to download the PDF chart

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No Mere Diversion

Springfield Municipal Recycling Facility Marks 25 Years in Operation Mass. Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) leaders recently joined local, state, and federal officials to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the […]

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Opinion

Editorial

Diocese Must Rebuild Cathedral High In many ways, Bishop Mitchell Rozanski’s decision to hit the pause button with regard to the planned rebuilding of tornado-damaged Cathedral High School is to […]

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Opinion

Money Can’t Buy Vision By PAUL McMORROW In most formerly industrial Massachusetts cities, big, game-changing real-estate developments — the kinds of projects that have the potential to turn an entire […]

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