Savannah Donohue

Editorial Intern
Savannah Donohue joined the Worcester Business Journal as an editorial intern in January 2017. She is currently studying economics at Clark University and is expected to graduate with honors in May 2017. Savannah hopes to someday work as a journalist covering economic policy among other economics topics and in her free time can be found making comedy podcasts and watching indie movies.


Environmental consulting firm bought for $480k

West Boylston firm CEA, Inc. announced earlier this month that it was acquired by Joseph Campisi for $480,000 and will begin doing business under the...

Millbury property sold for $330K

Worcester-based real estate firm Kelleher & Sadowsky yesterday announced it represented the seller in the sale of a Millbury property for $330,000.

Oyo Sportstoys grows by responding to demand

The idea for Oyo Sportstoys Inc. came to CEO and Founder Tom Skripps at a 2010 baseball game.

Kinefac stays ahead through cutting-edge technology

Founded in 1962 by Howard Greis, Kinefac makes machines that make almost everything else.

Anna Maria College offers new health degree

Anna Maria College in Paxton announced Wednesday it's now offering a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Community Service.

DPH to hold meeting on UMass psych bed closure

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health will hold a public meeting at 4 p.m. Thursday at St. George Cathedral on the proposed closure of 13...

Worcester area adds 1,600 jobs in February

The Worcester area added 1,600 jobs in February, bumping total employment to 280,300.

Worcester gives dessert shop $15K to move to Canal District

Worcester gave Millbury resident Renee King a $5,000 grant and $10,000 loan to realize her dessert expansion dreams.

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