The restaurant serves up breakfast for dinner every Friday night in a quiet location on Cowls Road.
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The Main St. café in Amherst center has been dealing with a cockroach infestation since the end of 2015.
Fearing Street Festival will be held at the restaurant on Sunday.
The meeting was previously scheduled in June but was delayed by the Board on June 8 so the vote could be taken after the Massachusetts state budget was finalized.
The coffee shop, which is a nonprofit organization, is planning looking to move later this year to the basement of the First Baptist Church.
Union members questioned administrative pay raises in the face of rising student costs and previous contract negotiations.
Andrews, who is a junior, juggles his time between running his own business and community service.
The event, part of an annual lecture series, is scheduled for 5p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Concert Hall.
The student-run co-op, left behind in the swatch of businesses now accepting Dining Dollars, still has plans to improve.
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Three UMass students started making and selling socks, now they have more business than they can handle.
The Amherst restaurant offers up traditional Syrian falafel and a friendly atmosphere.
Negotiations began in the spring to allow Continuing and Professional Education faculty the right to unionize with the Massachusetts Society of Professors.
More than 65 companies will be in attendance at the event, which will take place Wednesday in the Campus Center Auditorium.
UMass graduate Binh Nguyen’s Chinese Kung Fu Wushu Academy is the first business to reopen after a Route 9 strip mall fire on Oct. 27.
Through hourly rental cars and student scholarships, Zipcar hopes to ease the lives of students on campus in a cheap and effective way.
UMass Security Officials look to engage public in keeping campus safe