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Incorporations: Aug. 17-31, 2015

These Central Massachusetts businesses filed Incorporation papers with the Massachusetts Secretary of State's Office from Aug. 17-31. Listed below are the corporate name, address, ZIP & president.

Movers & Shakers

HEIDI M. LANDERS and REBECCA LYNCH were hired by Worcester social service agency The Bridge of Central Massachusetts. Landers is director of nursing. A resident of Barre, she is a graduate of...

Reliant Medical Foundation awards $50K in grants

Sam Bonacci |

The Reliant Medical Group Foundation has distributed $50,000 in grants to 18 nonprofits across Central Massachusetts in its latest round of giving, the foundation announced Wednesday.

Movers & Shakers

GLEN MARTIN was promoted at Continental Woodcraft, a millwork subsidiary of BlueHive Strategic Environments of Worcester, to vice president. He was previously manufacturing manager for the company.

Fresh Beginnings

Millbury Federal Credit Union opened a new branch at 117B Stafford St. in Worcester. The credit union has assets more than $300 million and more than 50,000 members.

Incorporations from Aug. 1-15, 2015

These businesses filed incorporation papers with the Massachusetts Secretary of State's Office from Aug. 1-15. Listed below are the corporate name, address, ZIP and president.

Community solar project completed at Jiminy Peak

Carol McDonald |

A 12-acre site near the base of Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort in Hancock now sports 7,500 solar panels, the largest such array in the region.

Q&A with Katherine Fairbanks, President & CEO, DirtyGirl Disposal

Katherine Fairbanks knows a thing or two about branding – and business survival. A lifelong Millbury native, she has 20 years of experience in rubbish disposal through the family business,...

Brien builds upon Worcester business community

Roberta Brien is vice president of projects for the Worcester Business Development Corp., an organization designed to promote the city as an economic leader in Massachusetts. She started with WBDC as...

Photo Finish

MutualOne Bank of Framingham donated $5,000 to Homeowners Options for Massachusetts Elders (HOME), to help low-income seniors.

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