|Two Real Estate Agencies Open in Williamstown|
06:47PM / Wednesday, May 11, 2011
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The town is getting two new real estate offices, both of which happened to schedule their open houses at almost the same time on Thursday evening, May 12.
The newest venture is among business partners Kim Burnham and Rebecca Gold, along with Judy Giamborino, who said they are excited to announce their new business Burnham Gold Real Estate. All three had been involved with Williamstown Realty, which closed after principal Michael J. Zeppieri decided to pursue a venture on Cape Cod and put the Water Street building up for sale in March.
Now located at 191
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|U Salon Opens In Williamstown|
|04:13PM / Wednesday, December 08, 2010|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass — After four years working at In Touch Day Spa, beautician Karen Brown has ventured off on her own.
Brown signed a lease at a 173 Water St. suite in mid-October and eight weeks later on Dec. 2, opened her own salon, "U". She said Wednesday most of her former clients have already found her and business has started strong. Though she does not expect all of her former clients, she does expect to gain some at the new location.
Co-owner Jodi Spencer and Brown perform designer cuts, coloring, dimensional hair
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|Williamstown Chamber Seeks Input on Future Role|
12:12AM / Wednesday, November 17, 2010
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williamstown Chamber should take a leadership role in creating a sustainable Williamstown that includes promoting the creation of private-sector jobs and economic development, and offering cooperative marketing opportunities.
It also should have a greater voice in defining the future of Williamstown — and wait until it has more information on the pros and cons of a proposed biomass plant before taking a stand.
That's the result so far of a survey sent to 300 members on Nov. 10; only a sixth have yet responded to the online survey.
The six statements on the
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|07:01PM / Friday, November 20, 2009|
Our photographer Paul snapped this shot of the heating array being installed last week for the new parking lot at Mark Paresky's Spring Street project in Williamstown. Looks like there'll be no trudging through the snow to get to the new Purple Pub - to be located on the first floor where the large doorways are.
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