Arts & Culture

Worcester culture infused with $15M in grants

Sam Bonacci |

Culture in Worcester has received a $15.25 million boost with the announcement that the Myles & C. Jean McDonough Foundation will grant those funds to seven cultural institutions in the city and...

Health Care & Insurance

Medical-legal collaboration gets $200,000 grant

Carol McDonald |

The national Legal Services Corporation has awarded Worcester-based Community Legal Aid a two-year Pro Bono Innovation Fund grant valued at more than $200,000, according to a statement Wednesday from...

Health Care & Insurance

$29.2 M in federal funds goes to UMass Medical School, UConn Health Center partnership

A partnership between the University of Massachusetts Medical School and the University of Connecticut Health Center has been selected for up to $29.2 million in gunding as part of the federal...

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Economy & Labor

U.S. jobs report disappoints for September

Carol McDonald |

While the national unemployment rate remained at 5.1 percent in September, the number of jobs gained was low at 142,000. Further, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) sharply revised downward its...

Legal & Courts

Ex-Cutler execs form Worcester investment firm

Two former executives at Cutler Capital Management in Worcester have launched an investment firm in the city.

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Economic Development

Acton toy manufacturer plans $8 million Marlborough expansion

Emily Micucci |

An Acton startup that manufactures professional sports player figurines wants to move to Marlborough, according to documents submitted to the City Council by Mayor Arthur Vigeant on Thursday.

Latest Headlines

Report cites DCF failures in case of Auburn foster child


An investigation into the involvement of the Department of Children and Families with a 2-year-old girl who died in Auburn and the foster home she was living in concluded that DCF staff...

Marlborough Hospital launches 'nicotine-free' hiring policy

Carol McDonald |

UMass Memorial-Marlborough Hospital has announced that beginning today it will have a nicotine-free hiring policy for new employees.

Expanded medical records coding takes effect

Christina O'Neill |

Marlborough residents coping with gas leak seek new liability law

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