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Saint Vincent adds online ER check-in

Sam Bonacci |

Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester has added online self-scheduling that will allow those using the emergency department or urgent care to wait at home until their estimated treatment time, the...

WPI receives $886K big data grant

Sam Bonacci |

The Worcester Polytechnic Institute received an $885,834 grant from the U.S. Department of Education to bolster the school’s research and teaching related to big data computing.

Worcester arts fair to generate $25K

Sam Bonacci |

The winter edition of local arts fair stArt on the Street is set to bring nearly $25,000 in sales to Worcester in December, the organizing committee announced Tuesday.

Paxton tennis club sells; will remain open

Sam Bonacci |

The Paxton Sports and Tennis facility has sold for $840,000 with the new owners planning on keeping the location open as a tennis and fitness center.

United Bank Foundation to grant $150K to cancer center

Sam Bonacci |

The United Bank Foundation of Massachusetts has approved a $150,000 grant to expand the Sister Caritas Cancer Center in West Springfield, the foundation announced Monday.

Rectrix Aviation opens Worcester Airport location

Sam Bonacci |

Rectrix Commercial Aviation Services has opened a $5 million aerodrome that will serve as a base of operations for private jets chartered out of the Worcester Airport.

Study calls for improved public transit; touts benefits of reduced driving


Calling for an improved public transportation system that would enable Massachusetts residents cut back on driving, a report out Monday says a 1 percent decrease in the growth rate of driving miles...

Brewers, bottlers rake revenues from competitors

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When consumers look at beer and soda bottles on store shelves, they see several brands competing for the same dollars, but to Central Massachusetts firms like Polar Beverages and Wachusett Brewing...

Cutler's new prez focuses on output

Geoffrey Dancey first came to work for Melvin Cutler at his investment advisory firm when Dancey was an intern out of Clark University.

Worcester business Imperial Distributors reinvests in city

As Worcester strives to grow its business base with new hotels, an expanding medical industry and courting startups, the city continues to rely upon long-time businesses, many of which started here...

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