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Lawmakers gear up for weekend sessions

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Legislative negotiators have so far failed to come up with final recommendations on a handful of major bills, including energy and economic development proposals, putting pressure on this weekend.

Report offers snapshot of Mass. health insurance

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

MassHealth and Medicare each provided primary health insurance coverage for more than 1 million Massachusetts residents from December 2013 to March 2016, while around 4 million Bay Staters were...

Fidelity Bank names head of retail banking

Sam Bonacci |

Laurie Benson has been hired to lead Fidelity Bank's consumer banking as senior vice president and head of retail banking.

Gardner doctor's license suspended

Sam Bonacci |

The license of Gardner-area doctor Robert B Shepherd, D.O. was suspended by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine in an emergency meeting.

Alcohol distributor spends $7.2M for Holliston HQ

Sam Bonacci |

A warehouse in Holliston has sold for $7.2 million to Framingham’s Atlantic Importing as the alcohol distributor prepares to move its headquarters as part of an expansion.

Littleton co. brings proton therapy cancer treatment to Ohio

Laura Finaldi |

Mevion Medical Systems, which makes proton therapy systems for use in radiation therapy for cancer patients has had one of its systems perform the first ever proton therapy treatment in the state of...

Heartware International revenue drops to $69M

Sam Bonacci |

The struggles at Heartware International continue as the company saw continued year-over-year losses in the second quarter of 2016.

Avidia Bank expands leadership

Sam Bonacci |

Avidia Bank has expanded its leadership team as it prepares for future growth, the $1.3-billion community bank announced this week.

Healey overstepping authority on guns, public safety co-chair says

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Count Rep. Harold Naughton among the lawmakers on Beacon Hill questioning Attorney General Maura Healey's recent action to crack down on the sale of copycat assault weapons in Massachusetts.

Boston Scientific outperforms in sales; spends $618M on litigation

Sam Bonacci |

Boston Scientific continues to press forward with more than $2 billion in sales in the second quarter of the year, growing adjusted earnings year-over-year despite $618 million in litigation costs.

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