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Health insurance rates to spike for 300K in Mass. merged market

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Health insurance base rates are poised to spike for about 300,000 people in Massachusetts.

Marlborough nurses reach agreement with UMass

A three-year contract has been negotiated for 198 nurses at the Marlborough Hospital, representing the last Massachusetts Nurses Association-represented hospital to settle a contract, the association...

Cambridge biopharma announces research agreement with UMass Medical School

Emily Micucci |

Cambridge-based biopharmaceutical company Enumeral Biomedical Holdings has announced a research study agreement with the University of Massachusetts Medical School to aid the company in developing...

Northeast pending home sales drive national increase

Sam Bonacci |

Pending home sales across the U.S. were up slightly in July, led by a 4-percent increase in the Northeast.

Wayland Town Center sells for $68M

Sam Bonacci |

The Wayland Town Center mixed-use development has been sold to Zurich Asset Management for $68 million.

Report: Boston traffic delays well above national average

Colin A. Young STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The U.S. economy's resurgence has had an unintended consequence: As more job-holding commuters hit the road, the traffic recession has also come to an end.

Stock volatility creates cap gains concern in state budget

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Over the past few days, the volatility of world stock markets has been on display, as Chinese stock prices have fallen and U.S. stocks rode a roller coaster.

Local farmers take over 350-acre site

Sam Bonacci |

Two young farmers in Berlin have purchased a farm in Holden where they plan to raise a variety of livestock.

AMSC receives $6 million in orders

Sam Bonacci |

Devens-based power grid and wind energy equipment manufacturer AMSC announced $6 million in orders Wednesday morning.

ReWalk Robotics founder to retire

Sam Bonacci |

The founder of ReWalk Robotics, whose U.S. headquarters is in Marlborough, will retire in November and not seek re-election to the board of directors, the company announced.

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