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Solving a Sticky Situation UMass Amherst food scientist Lynne McLandsborough recently won the 2024 Mahoney Life Sciences Prize for her research that offers a solution to a sticky sanitation and […]

Ashley Sullivan, president of O’Reilly, Talbot & Okun.

Engineering a Youth Movement   Ashley Sullivan can think of plenty of reasons why someone might want to go into engineering. “It is a very rewarding field where you get […]

Safety First   As the weather warms up and people spend more time outside getting their yards and homes ready for the summer, it’s important to keep safety in mind […]

Michael D’Amour says he can envision 100 or more supermarkets

Food for Thought Big Y has been making significant strides in enhancing its stores across the region. Since 2022, the company has celebrated the grand reopening of 26 remodeled stores, […]

Professor William Halloran teaches HVAC students at STCC.

Energy for Change Dr. Fahad Khan said the HVAC program at Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) has been around since the 1960s. “Many in the field around here went to […]

Falcon Landing will be located just north of Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport.

Taking Flight In a location that once thrived as part of a computer manufacturing facility for Digital Equipment Corp., a joint-venture development team of Winstanley Enterprises LLC and NorthPoint Development […]

Wonderlyn Murphy (standing, center) with her leadership team at City Enterprise.

Building on Momentum     To Wonderlyn Murphy, a successful construction project can be defined in different ways. And one of those is how gratifying it is. Take the new […]

Shore Thing   Sanjay Arwade says UMass Amherst has a long and proud history in the broad realm of wind energy. It dates back nearly a half-century to professor William […]

Andrew Crane

Up Close and Personal   Andrew Crane said the annual Home & Garden Show staged by the Home Builders and Remodelers Assoc. of Western Massachusetts (HBRAWM) began as a way […]

Curio and Frank Nataloni

A Lifetime of Lessons One great thing about opening a business, Curio Nataloni said, is that no one can lay you off. Oh, sometimes businesses fail, but entrepreneurship means everything […]

Clockwise from top: CFO Tina Gloster and Principals Kevin Riordon, Lee Morrissette, and Jason Newman

Professional Development — by Design To explain what it means to be named an Emerging Professional Friendly Firm, Jason Newman offered some background on what it’s like to be an […]

Architecture Firms Ranked by the Number of Registered Architects   Company Registered Architects Total Employees Year Formed Top Local Executive Type of work performed             […]

Holyoke Mayor Joshua Garcia

A Long-awaited Transformation   On Nov. 20, Holyoke city officials and legislative leaders joined WinnDevelopment executives and Massachusetts housing lenders to break ground on a $55.3 million adaptive-reuse project at […]

Building Momentum By Emily Thurlow With the federal COVID-19 public-health declaration coming to an end this past May, the once-global pandemic may seem all but a distant memory. For many […]

PDC owners Nick Shaink (left) and Ron Perry

Beyond Four Walls By Emily Thurlow One of Nick Shaink’s earliest memories with Professional Drywall Construction Inc. was working as a laborer for the buildout of the Target store at […]