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How to make the perfect cupcake

RENEE KING |

Cupcakes are a part of life, and so are businesses. Without either of them, the world would be a lot less sweet. So here are some tips to the perfect "cupcake."

Riverdale Mills achieves 40% growth, looks for more

If you enjoyed a nice juicy lobster at any point this past summer, you might have Riverdale Mills to thank. The Northbridge company is one of the largest manufacturers of welded wire mesh in the...

Grafton nonprofit names new executive director

Sam Bonacci |

The board of directors for the Community Harvest Project of North Grafton has hired Cordelia Lyon as the organization's new executive director.

WBJ names 40 Under Forty winners of 2016

Who made the cut? See which young professionals are making a difference now and into the future for the Central Massachusetts business community.

Businesses jumping through new OT hoops

SUSAN ShalHoub |

With the new federal overtime pay rule set to take effect Dec. 1, Central Massachusetts businesses are educating themselves, planning changes – and offering opinions.

40 Under 40: Kham Inthirath

Inthirath founded Envision Digital to help businesses create successful marketing plans. His team focuses on clients' online presence to humanize the digital experience for customers. These efforts...

40 Under 40: Renee King

Five months after graduating with a psychology degree, King went out on a whim and opened a Millbury bakery, transforming it into a gourmet cupcake shop and catering service.

Uxbridge solar site builders fined $18K

Sam Bonacci |

Developers of an Uxbridge solar facility have been fined $18,000 by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) for reportedly violating wetlands protection regulations.

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.

Worcester approves final medical marijuana dispensaries; 80 jobs to follow

Sam Bonacci |

The city of Worcester has cleared the way for final two medical marijuana dispensaries to come into the city after City Manager Edward Augustus issued letters of non-opposition to Mission...

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