Construction

Baker details plan to boost spending on affordable housing

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

A capital budget set to be unveiled by Gov. Charlie Baker later this month will include a large investment aimed at the need for affordable housing options in Massachusetts.

Economy & Labor

High tech is 46 percent of Mass. payroll

Sam Bonacci |

Massachusetts' high-tech sector is directly or indirectly responsible for 35 percent of all jobs in the state, 46 percent of the state's total payroll and 31 percent of the state's gross state...

 
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Harrington, Southbridge cops team up to reduce opioid overdoses

Laura Finaldi |

Harrington HealthCare System on Wednesday announced a partnership with the Southbridge Police Department that it hopes will help reduce the number of opioid and heroin overdoses in Southbridge.

Taxi drivers lobby for fingerprinting of Uber, Lyft drivers

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Taxi drivers converged on Beacon Hill Tuesday to lobby senators on a series of amendments they said would strengthen passenger safety.

AG steps in on Nashoba winery dispute

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |
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MetroWest495 Biz

Framingham company acquired, 13 employees retained

Sam Bonacci |

Framingham's Active Broadband Networks has been acquired for its technology by Louisiana-based CenturyLink that will absorb 13 of the company's employees as part of its testing team.

Baker backs Nashoba winery in alcohol dispute

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |
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Opinion

Dealing with OT's new rules

TIMOTHY MURPHY Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Beginning on December 1, millions of American workers will be eligible for overtime, local lawyer Timothy Murphy

Massachusetts needs workforce housing

TIMOTHY C. SULLIVAN Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

For Massachusetts to continue its economic gains, we need to build more housing.

Computer science needs women

KRISTIN TICHENOR Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

State should put $10.5M toward Mass. Food Trust

TIMOTHY P. MURRAY & STEVE FISCHER Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Eversource should cover WRTA cleanup

MICHAEL O. MOORE & DANIEL M. DONAHUE Special to the Worcester Business Journal |
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Lists

Top property tax payers in Worcester

Ranked by valuation for fiscal year 2016

RankOwnerPropertyValuation FY 2016
1VHS Acquisition Subsidiary; Tenet Healthcare123 Summer St.$125,991,300
2V3B SA LLC541 Lincoln St.$61,193,600
3Worcester TC LLC100 Research Drive$60,669,900

Source: City of Worcester


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