RICHMOND — An inn whose origins date to the Revolutionary War, as well as the property’s equestrian center, have been put back on the market by their Connecticut-based owner for the second time in more than seven years.
PITTSFIELD — Fourteen Berkshire County cultural nonprofits whose finances have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic have received much-needed financial assistance from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
If your first Paycheck Protection Program loan wasn’t enough, you have the opportunity to receive another. If you missed out entirely, you have another chance to get what is now an enhanced PPP loan (or PPP2). The PPP borrower application form was made available at SBA.gov on Dec. 31.
Elano Dallmeyer has been promoted to program manager for the assistive technology regional and technology support center at UCP of Western Massachusetts, which has locations in Pittsfield and North Adams.
PITTSFIELD — Chris Andrews has been promoted to director of quality assurance for Berkshire County Arc. His department is responsible for conducting regular audits of all agency programs to ensure compliance with state, federal and other accreditation requirements.
Investment managers have spent the last decade buying and selling U.S. equities largely to the exclusion of the rest of the world. That made a lot of sense, since the S&P 500 was the best-performing index in the world during that period. But, times are changing.