Miraval Berkshires looking to hire ahead of Lenox luxury resort's planned May opening

LENOX — The help wanted banner is flying at the Miraval Berkshires resort, set to open this spring following a $130 million transformation of the historic Cranwell Spa & Golf …

Morewood, Gilded Age mansion in Pittsfield, for sale at $1,995,000 Morewood, the Gilded Age mansion that's on the National Register of Historic Homes, at 575 South St. in Pittsfield is on the market. Located next to the Pittsfield Country Club, the home with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms is on 11 acres.
Berkshire County Real Estate Transactions, Feb. 10-14 FEB. 10-14 ADAMS Denise Blaisdell sold property at 168 Friend St., Adams, to Norman R. Anderson Jr. and Machelle A. Anderson, $214,900. Walter W. Levesque, individually and as trustee of WAN …
NBT Bank adding digital initiatives NBT Bank's holding company is implementing several digital initiatives across multiple business lines to improve service for both customers and employers. In the first quarter of 2020, NBT is …
Local podcast hosting show in Texas MONTEREY — Locally produced podcast "Mental Horizons" will record a live show March 17 on the podcast stage at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas. Host Virgil Stucker and producer …
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Insurance agency opens offices PITTSFIELD — Beth Pearson has opened Pearson Wallace Insurance with offices at 25 Henry St. in Pittsfield and 11 Amity St. in Amherst. Pearson, who lives in both Pittsfield and Amherst, said …
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Bill Schmick | @theMarket: COVID-19 impact is coming home to roost It began Sunday night, with a warning from one of America's largest icons. Through the week, other companies followed suit, issuing warnings that the China-spawned virus is beginning to impact …
Natasha Dresner | The Nonprofit Prophet: Leadership lessons for LEAP year Leap years come once every four years. However, my employer, the Harold Grinspoon Foundation in Agawam, has decided to make every year a leap year. In fall 2018, we instituted a new program called …
Liz Weston | NerdWallet: I travel-hacked a college tour and saved $3,000 My teenage daughter and I had used a similar two-for-one deal last year to take an overnight train trip from Los Angeles to Portland, Ore. This year, she wanted to use her spring break to check out …
Executive Spotlight
Executive Spotlight: Christine Macbeth, president, CEO of The Brien Center PITTSFIELD — Christine Macbeth likes to place these three words on her computer's screen saver: "Keep hope alive." Those words are especially meaningful in social work, which Macbeth is …
Executive Spotlight: Sandra Carroll, CEO of Berkshire County Board of Realtors PITTSFIELD — Sandra Carroll grew up around real estate because her father was a Realtor. But, Carroll had no experience in the field at all until she answered an ad seeking an executive officer …
Executive Spotlight: Jeromy Richardson, CEO of EDM PITTSFIELD — Jeromy Richardson didn't take the traditional route to his position as CEO of EDM, an engineering, architectural and design firm based in Pittsfield. Richardson holds a college …
Executive Spotlight: Joanne Longton, owner of Elm Street Luncheonette PITTSFIELD — "Gourmet it isn't. Excellent it is. That's how I'd describe the fare at the Elm Street Luncheonette."The late Lee Leahy wrote those words in her "Just Looking" column for The …
Executive Spotlight: Joseph 'Joe' McGovern, CEO, Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires PITTSFIELD — Joseph "Joe" McGovern has a deep affinity for the Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires. He first joined the club when he was nine, worked there as a teenager and developed a …
Executive Spotlight: Liana Toscanini, director of the Nonprofit Center of the Berkshires PITTSFIELD — Volunteering makes Liana Toscanini feel useful, and her background in marketing gives her the skill set that small nonprofits look for when they're seeking visibility in a crowded …
Executive Spotlight: Ashley Alter, owner of Martino Glass PITTSFIELD — Ashley Alter thought she was going to become an accountant. She studied to be one while waiting tables to pay for school. But she needed to complete an internship to receive her …
Executive Spotlight: Amelia 'Lia' Spiliotes, CEO of Community Health Programs PITTSFIELD — Amelia "Lia" Spiliotes knows what it's like to come in from the outside, on a temporary basis, to help restructure an entity that is struggling. As a senior adviser and partner …
Executive Spotlight: Perri Petricca, CEO of Petricca Industries of Pittsfield PITTSFIELD — It never is easy running a big company, but, imagine running a large family business as a third-generation family member. Perri Petricca understands that responsibility …
Executive Spotlight: Peter Taylor, president of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation PITTSFIELD — Peter Taylor originally was interested in becoming a lawyer, but after a short stint at a large civil litigation firm in Washington, he turned to higher education instead.He spent …
Executive Spotlight: Maria Sekowski, owner of Maria's European Delights PITTSFIELD — Maria Sekowski owns Maria's European Delights on North Street, and this small delicatessen reflects her vibrant personality.Sekowski likes to interact with her customers. …
Executive Spotlight: John Perreault, executive director of the Berkshire Humane Society PITTSFIELD — John Perreault received an internship at an animal shelter while he was growing up in Methuen. The experience changed his life. "I had an internship through school," he said. "The …
Executive Spotlight: Jeffrey Thomas, CEO of Lever PITTSFIELD — Jeffrey Thomas arrives for an interview with index cards that he spreads out in front of him. He pauses to look through them while answering a question."Sorry," he said. "I want to …
Executive Spotlight: Heather Boulger, executive director of MassHire Berkshire Workforce Board PITTSFIELD — Heather Boulger was the first member of her family to graduate from college. The North Adams native originally wanted to be a teacher, but gravitated toward workforce development …
Executive Spotlight: Luke Marion, owner and operator of Otto's Uncorked and Red Apple Butchers PITTSFIELD — Luke Marion once studied computational biology at Rochester Institute of Technology. But his career in higher education was interrupted when he received an offer that he couldn't …
Executive Spotlight: Mike Spelman, co-owner of Mike's Maytag PITTSFIELD — Mike Spelman can be quick with a quip and engaging in conversation — two qualities that serve him well in his chosen profession.Spelman is the Mike in Mike's Maytag Home …
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WILLIAMSTOWN — Eric L. Cochran was recently selected to serve as the next chair of the board of trustees of the Clark Art Institute. His term begins May 9. Cochran succeeds O. Andreas … more
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BENNINGTON, Vt. — Southwestern Vermont Health Care is offering free paid training for Licensed Nursing Assistants, a benefit the organization has offered for several years. Those who enter … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Jack Miller Contractors of Williamstown was recently awarded a $15,000 grant by the Workforce Training Fund Program which designs and executes workforce strategies in partnership … more
PITTSFIELD — 1Berkshire is accepting nominations for the 2020 Esther Quinn Award. The award is named in memory of the late Esther Quinn, who was dedicated to volunteerism and worked to make the … more
NORTH ADAMS — The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts has received a $100,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to support the implementation of a new arts integration and … more
PITTSFIELD — A company that had been managing a senior care facility on Melbourne Road since 2016 now has purchased the business, obtained considerable financing and plans to make "substantial … more

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