Laura Finaldi

Staff Writer
Laura Finaldi joined the Worcester Business Journal editorial team in December 2015. She covers health care, higher education and manufacturing. She previously interned at the Boston Globe and covered business and the town of Smithfield for the News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C. A graduate of Northeastern University, Laura came to Worcester from Brighton and in her free time can be found at the gym or at home watching any D.C.-based television show, like Scandal, House of Cards or the West Wing.


Worcester area added 1,000 jobs in June

The Worcester metropolitan area, which includes parts of Central Massachusetts and Connecticut, added 1,000 jobs in the month of June, according to...

Brewery and taproom coming to Marlborough

A brewery and taproom will open in downtown Marlborough later this year with the help of financing from the city's economic development agency.

Citing lack of funding, Hopkinton incubator to close

The end of the month will mark the end of the road for TechSandBox, the Hopkinton business incubator founded at Becker College four years ago.

Kelley Square development slated for $838K tax break

Worcester's city manager is recommending a 10-year, $838,000 tax break for a planned mixed-use development in Kelley Square.

Tree House Brewing opens Charlton facility

Tree House Brewing Co.'s highly anticipated new brewery in Charlton opened for the first time over the weekend.

Marlborough offering up to $25,000 for new restaurants, brewpubs

Brewers and restaurateurs looking to open or expand in MetroWest now have an extra incentive to choose Marlborough.

QCC moves towards Blackstone Valley campus

After a 20-year wait, Quinsigamond Community College announced in June it is expanding into the Blackstone Valley, with eventual plans to...

Local breweries among the country's fastest growing

Two Central Massachusetts breweries that increased production substantially over a four-year period were listed among the country's top...

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