Tony Dobrowolski's main focus is on business reporting. He came to The Eagle in 1992 after previously working for newspapers in Connecticut and Montreal. He can be reached at email@example.com or 413-496-6224.
The Michigan-based owner of Pittsfield's Berkshire Crossing shopping complex has purchased an adjacent parcel on Hubbard Avenue that houses BJ's Wholesale Club.
Bjorn Somlo, who owns two restaurants in the Berkshires and has received acclaim for his work as a chef, expresses his opinions on food, the restaurant business, and how current building codes can hamper development in Gateway Cities like Pittsfield in this week's executive spotlight.
Kenn Turner, the president and CEO of the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, discussed a new strategy designed to spread the life state's life science sector across Massachusetts to the Berkshires while speaking Thursday at small business accelerator Lever's second Innovation Summit.
The Pittsfield Economic Development Authority is considering building a tunnel under Woodlawn Avenue at the William Stanley Business Park of the Berkshires to link two building sites for a prospective tenant.
Innovating for inclusion is among the themes of this year's Berkshire Innovation Summit, a two-day event to be presented in a hybrid format on Zoom and in-person at the Berkshire Innovation Center.
It's not easy operating an independently owner pharmacy anymore given the current business climate, but Flynn's Pharmacy and Home Medical Equipment in Pittsfield has beaten the odds, having been in operation since 1951. The pharmacy's current owners, Chris Flynn and Thomas Flynn IV, tell us how this week in Executive Spotlight.
Former Berkshire Juvenile Court Judge Paul E. Perachi, who died Sept. 9 at the age of 82, leaves a legacy as a coach, an educator, a lawyer and a judge.
Berkshire Bank's holding company has announced a plan to lend and invest $5 billion over the next three years to help strengthen the communities that it serves.
The Nichols' family of Pittsfield, which has owned Harry's Supermarket on Wahconah Street since 1914, have sold both the market and an adjacent package store, to a group with roots in New York that owns three other package stores in the Berkshires.
Ron Griffin, who formed EDM Architecture, Engineering and Management of Pittsfield, actually retired 12 months ago, but the proverbial passing of the torch at the company officially took place last month.