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April up and down for MetroWest home sales

Grant Welker |

Ten notable MetroWest communities had a mixed April for single-family home sales, with prices rising in six of them, and the number of sales up in five.

UniBank hires former Commerce finance exec as CFO, SVP

Whitinsville-based UniBank has named Douglas Moisan, a former Commerce Bank finance executive, as its new chief financial officer and senior vice president.

Chamber: Worcester lost nearly 500 manufacturing jobs due to tax rate

Zachary Comeau |

With Worcester set to lose more than 460 manufacturing jobs in a three-year span, the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce is once again calling for the City Council to reduce the burden on...

Two YMCAs to merge in Central Mass.

Grant Welker |

YMCA of Central Massachusetts and Tri-Community YMCA of Southbridge are merging, the two agencies have announced.

Creative Hub Worcester fundraising $850k from goal

Grant Welker |

Creative Hub Worcester co-founders Stacy Lord and Laura Marotta are $850,000 away from reaching their fundraising goal and start construction on a new arts and events center.

Three Central Mass. companies pay top exec at least 100 times higher than median employee

Zachary Comeau |

Three Central Massachusetts companies have reported CEO pay at least 100 times that of respective companies' median employees.

Mass. selects Vineyard Wind for offshore wind farm

Vineyard Wind, a project backed by a Danish fund management company, has been chosen by the Baker administration and state utilities to build an 800 megawatt offshore wind farm off the coast of...

UMass Memorial gets $110M bond for surgical, ER expansions

Grant Welker |

UMass Memorial Health Care has received a $110-million bond to improve its two Worcester hospital campuses and its Leominster hospital.

Harrington Physician Services shifting gynecology services, adding partnership

Harrington Physician Services in Southbridge will shift to a full-time gynecology office by the end of the month, with obstetrics shifting to other offices in a new partnership.

Former Patriot Bruschi gets behind stroke, tobacco bills

State House News Service |

Former Patriot Tedy Bruschi is putting his shoulder into legislation that would help others access the same sort of care he received when he suffered a stroke during his playing career.

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