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Tax take ticks up in fiscal 2017

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Tax collections in July of $1.707 billion worked out to a $36 million or 2.1 percent increase over July 2015.

Citizens panel weighs in on legal pot

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The strongest reason for voting yes on Question 4 is that a legal and regulated marijuana industry would be safer than the black market since state regulators could test and clearly label the...

MassHealth cap could slash hospital reimbursements by $150M

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

A proposed MassHealth policy set to take in October could reduce hospital reimbursements $150 million.

United Bank adds to commercial lending team

Sam Bonacci |

United Bank has added Kevin Peterssen to its commercial lending team in Worcester.

Grafton nonprofit names new executive director

Sam Bonacci |

The board of directors for the Community Harvest Project of North Grafton has hired Cordelia Lyon as the organization's new executive director.

Worcester hardware store breaking ground on expansion

Sam Bonacci |

The 102-year-old, family owned Worcester company Barrows Hardware is set to break ground on a 6,300 square foot expansion tomorrow.

GFA names new Winchendon branch manager

The GFA Federal Credit Union announced Thursday it promote Nicole Blais as the manager of the Winchendon branch for the credit union.

UMass exploring Clinton, Leominster hospitals merger

Laura Finaldi |

UMass Memorial Health Care is exploring a potential merger between its two hospitals in North Central Massachusetts, with the announcement coming after one of those hospitals experienced $1.2 million...

Drought severity expands

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

In the midst of a summer devoid of significant rainfall, all of Massachusetts is now at least "abnormally dry" and the portion feeling the effects of a "severe drought" or worse has expanded to cover...

Westborough office building sells for $5.75M

Sam Bonacci |

A Westborough office building at 134 Flanders Road has sold for $5.75 million for a healthy bump over its last sales price in 2005.

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