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Your favorite Thanksgiving dishes, visualized

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Chelmsford visual data company Datawatch has released a seasonal demonstration that allows users to measure the nutritional content of their favorite Thanksgiving...

U.S. ambulatory health jobs up 15% over 5 years

State House News Service |

Jobs and payroll levels are up substantially across the United States in the ambulatory health services industry, which includes outpatient services, physician and dentist offices, and home health...

National Grid highlights support for EPA plan

Emily Micucci |

Electric and gas utility National Grid submitted comments supporting the federal Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Energy Power Plan on Tuesday.

Nichols announces tuition hike, followed by freeze

Emily Micucci |

Nichols College in Dudley said it will raise tuition by 2.9 percent for the 2015-2016 academic year, but will hold the line the following year, marking the college's second tuition freeze in three...

Girl Scouts divest while eyeing expansion

Emily Micucci |

The Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts (GSCWM) said it will divest of three of its seven outdoor facilities while leaving open the possibility of expanding its four remaining properties...

Poll: Nearly 2 of every 5 say their boss is ‘horrible’

Do you have a “hate-hate” relationship with your boss? You’re not alone.

Unemployment down across Mass.

The Patrick administration said Tuesday that unadjusted unemployment rates for October were down across the state, with job gains in the three major urban areas: Boston, Worcester and Springfield.

Beechwood to launch upgrade in 2015

Rick Saia |

The Beechwood Hotel will undergo what it calls a “major” multi-million-dollar refurbishment that its owners say will upgrade the Worcester facility into a “modern, state-of-the-art,...

Report: Mass. tops in health coverage; cost still a challenge

A report designed to track the effectiveness of the state’s 2006 health care reform law has found that the state continues to maintain a high rate of insurance coverage among residents, but...

Mass. home sales up for first time since June

Sam Bonacci |

Sales of single-family homes in Massachusetts increased slightly in October, marking the first year-over-year jump since June, according to The Warren Group.

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