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A settlement with the state Attorney General Maura Healey's office will see a Southbridge clinical laboratory pay more than $400,000 to resolve claims it billed... [Read More]
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Oxford laser equipment manufacturer IPG Photonics has purchased 10 acres of land just four miles away from its current headquarters. [Read More]
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A pharmaceutical and biotech campus development firm is set to purchase the former MetroWest Daily News building in Framingham. [Read More]
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At the Economic Forecast Forum on Friday in Worcester, the senior policy advisor for the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston said the national unemployment rate... [Read More]
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Despite a $47 million tax bill from bringing home foreign earnings, Oxford's IPG Photonics grew its 2017 net income by 33 percent to $347.6 million. [Read More]
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Despite a hefty tax bill due to new tax laws, Natick-based electronics manufacturer Cognex reported a record year in 2017, including revenues of $748 million,... [Read More]
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A state legislator is planning a community forum with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to hear community concerns about the loss of services at... [Read More]
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A Nichols College administrator and assistant football coach were present in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. when a gunman opened fire... [Read More]
Marijuana legalization leaders plan on Thursday to fire back at the Baker administration's... [Read More]
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A group of nearly 150 current and former students, faculty and staff wrote a letter to College of the Holy Cross President Philip Boroughs and... [Read More]
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Micro optical equipment manufacturer Precision Optics is reporting a strong fiscal year so far, continuing its positive momentum with net losses decreasing by 85 percent... [Read More]
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Fast-growing Westford restaurant chain 110 Grill is opening its 13th location Feb. 27 in Athol. [Read More]
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Primetals Technologies, a London-based metal manufacturer that operates two facilities in Worcester, is looking to move, possibly a $28-million facility in Sutton. [Read More]
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It is the first time a yearly decline in opioid deaths has been reported since 2010, according to state data. [Read More]
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Behavioral health services provider South Bay Mental Health Center Inc., which has locations in Worcester and Leominster, has agreed to pay $4 million in a... [Read More]
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Digital First Media, the Denver-based owners of the Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise, won the auction for ownership of the Boston Herald with an $11.9-million bid... [Read More]
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The owners of the Fruit Sever Apartments in Worcester are planning a $15-million renovation of the 132-unit building after receiving the tax exempt bond from... [Read More]
Central Massachusetts autism services provider Behavioral Concepts Inc. has rebranded, with a new logo, tagline and website. [Read More]
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Because of the federal tax changes, Fidelity Bank in Leominster said on Wednesday it is raising its minimum wage to $15 and is giving staff... [Read More]
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Two mill buildings more than a century old are being demolished on Southbridge Street in Worcester to help make way for new development. [Read More]
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