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State fines builder over asbestos removal

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection said it has fined Town and Country Builders of Whitinsville and its owner, Denis Latour, for allegedly failing to follow safe and...

Millbury Savings names new president

Michael Novinson |

Millbury Savings Bank has named its first new president in more than two decades.

Grafton credit union receives grant to aid home buyers

Michael Novinson |

Grafton Suburban Credit Union has received a $150,000 federal grant that will allow it to assist first-time home buyers.

MassEcon unveils 81 market-ready business sites

Emily Micucci |

MassEcon, the state's private-sector economic development partner, unveiled 81 new sites that have been deemed ready to accommodate business tenants interested in locating in the Bay State.

Federal board rules in dispute between Grafton & Upton Railroad, town

Michael Novinson |

The U.S. Surface Transportation Board (STB) ruled last week that Grafton officials cannot interfere with the Grafton & Upton Railroad’s proposed construction of an additional rail yard and...

UPDATED: Sierra Club slams proposed bottle bill replacement

A report released by the Sierra Club on Monday said a proposal to replace the commonwealth's existing bottle redemption law with a one-cent fee would saddle municipalities with extra costs and result...

$2.5M boosts vet school fund-raising campaign

A $2.5-million donation from a Connecticut couple has brought the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine halfway to its fund-raising goal to renovate and expand one of its teaching hospitals in...

Uxbridge Center Sold For $15.3M

Michael Novinson |

A Springfield-based real estate investment firm has purchased the Uxbridge Center shopping plaza for $15.28 million.

CMass Schools Awarded $685K For Life Sciences

Michael Novinson |

Eight public high schools in Central Massachusetts received a combined $685,000 to purchase life sciences training equipment and supplies, the Patrick administration and the Massachusetts Life...

Millbury Retail Store To Replace Former Bakery

Emily Micucci |

A retail store selling a slew of used household items like furniture, appliances, tools and antiques has leased a 2,000 square-foot space on Millbury's Elm Street – the site of the former...

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