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Unum earnings grow despite U.S. segment's dip

John Agoglia |

Unum, the insurance company that employs more than 600 in downtown Worcester, saw earnings continue to grow based on its core businesses United Kingdom and Colonial Life segments as its U.S.

Revenues up at Hanover Insurance despite income dip

John Agoglia |

Third-quarter net income at the Hanover Insurance Group decreased to $54.9 million or $1.22 per share from $61.3 million or $1.37 per share in the prior-year quarter, the company reported on Thursday.

Worcester again delays cable license decision

Emily Micucci |

Worcester city officials, Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications have agreed to extend the deadline for a decision on the transfer of the city's cable television license, according to a statement...

UMass Medical School, Georgia company to partner in clinical study

Emily Micucci |

The University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester will partner with Atlanta-based medical device firm LumaMed in a joint clinical study to evaluate the effectiveness of an imaging platform...

QCC officially opens downtown campus

Rick Saia |

Nearly two months after launching its initial classes at its new Healthcare and Workforce Development Center in downtown Worcester, Quinsigamond Community College imprinted the “officially open...

Fallon Health signs on to N.Y. joint venture

Rick Saia |

Fallon Health of Worcester will provide services to a group of senior citizens in Western New York through a new joint venture with a residential community in that area.

QCC wins grant for new downtown site

Rick Saia |

Quinsigamond Community College has received a $300,000 grant from one of Worcester's top private foundations for the school's new downtown Healthcare and Workforce Development Center, QCC announced...

Clark receives $542K in NASA grants

Sam Bonacci |

Clark University will receive nearly a half-million dollars from two grants distributed by the National Atmospheric and Space Administration (NASA) for a set of projects investigating the balance of...

Q&A with Patrick Muldoon, President, UMass Memorial Medical Center

Rick Saia |

Q&A with Patrick Muldoon, president of UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester.

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S&E Specialty Polymers of Lunenburg donated $20,000 to Life is Good Playmakers to help children overcome poverty, illness and violence. The money was...

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