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QCC extends degree deal with tech school

A Boston technical school will continue to accept Quinsigamond Community College's automotive technology students and bring with them the credits they earn at QCC, the Worcester school announced last...

WBJ honored again as one of top B2B publications

For the third consecutive year, the Worcester Business Journal has been honored by an industry trade group, the Alliance of Area Business Publications (AABP), for general editorial excellence.

Fallon, two other insurers challenge state's risk adjustment program

Emily Micucci |

(Updated at 4:45 p.m. on June 25) Worcester-based Fallon Health and two other insurance plans have asked the state’s Health Connector Insurance Authority to review risk...

DCU Center proposed as 2024 Olympic venue

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester has officially entered the 2024 Boston Olympic debate with handball competition slated to take place at the DCU Center if Boston is selected as the host city for the 2024 Games, Boston 2024...

Top commercial and industrial properties in Worcester

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MassMEP receives $400,000 grant to assist defense manufacturers

Sam Bonacci |

MassDevelopment has awarded the Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MassMEP) $400,000 toward outreach and training programs for defense manufacturers.

Boros: Medicare penalties create 'spillover' impact on all hospital readmissions

Emily Micucci |

Hospital administrators — and the public — now have a more complete picture on Massachusetts hospital readmissions, after the state Center for Health Information and Analysis (CHIA) last...

Bowditch & Dewey launches blog serving LGBTQ community

Bowditch & Dewey has a launched a blog —which it believes to be the first from a major U.S. law firm —focused on legal issues concerning the LGBTQ community.

Worcester Airport: Massport seeking additional carriers

Sam Bonacci |

The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) board of directors has extended and expanded an incentive program designed to pull in another carrier for the Worcester Regional Airport.

Alternative medicine meets the mainstream

Emily Micucci |

Alternative medicine, such as yoga and acupuncture, is catching on, with many consumers using some form of those types of therapies with traditional treatments.

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