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94K square feet leased in Hopkinton

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The Hopkinton Technology Park added tenants and retained current companies with the recent leasing of 93,800 square feet in ten different transactions, according to Greater Boston Commercial...

Small Business Saturday sales grew 14%

Sam Bonacci |

Small Business Saturday saw 14-percent year-over-year growth as the day devoted to shopping local following Thanksgiving completed its sixth official year.

Worcester home appreciation stumbled in Sept.

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The number of homes that appreciated throughout Worcester in September took a 20-percent drop when compared to the previous year, according to Weiss Analytics of Natick.

Former Patriots player founds Worcester towing co.

Former New England Patriot's defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth III has incorporated a towing company in Worcester ahead of the city's bidding process for its police towing contract.

Mass. millionaire tax could net $2.2B a year


Bay State millionaires could pay as much as $2.2 billion in additional state income taxes under a proposal to tax some of the state's wealthiest individuals and families at a higher rate,...

Mass. green jobs up 12% in 2015


The clean energy sector now employs nearly 99,000 workers in Massachusetts, after five consecutive years of growth, according to a report out Tuesday from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center.

Reliant Medical Group appoints new CEO

Sam Bonacci |

The Reliant Medical Group has named Dr. Tarek Elsawy as the organization's new president and CEO, the medical group announced Monday.

Natick company brings secure texting to hospitals

Sam Bonacci |

Interbit Data, of Natick, has created a program that it says will allow for speedier interactions through secure texting while still protecting patient information.

United Way elects new officers and directors

Sam Bonacci |

The United Way of North Central Massachusetts has elected new officers and directors that will oversee the organization's volunteer programs and distribution of funds throughout Central Massachusetts.

Worcester tax debate continues

Sam Bonacci |

The annual debate over the city's tax classification is set to be taken back up Tuesday, with the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce and some city councilors continuing to push Worcester towards...

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