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UMass Memorial receives spinal surgery distinction

Laura Finaldi |

UMass Memorial Medical Center has received a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts distinction for its spinal surgeries.

CPA firm expands through Harvard merger

Sam Bonacci |

Leominster certified public accounting firm Robert C. Alario, CPA, P.C.has expanded its presence into Harvard through a merger with accounting firm, Nancy F. Washington, P.C. Certified Public...

Central Mass. unemployment drops in June

Sam Bonacci |

The unemployment rate in Central Massachusetts fell in June year-over-year, although the numbers were an increase from last month's figures.

Worcester CFO elected officer of hose association

The chief financial officer of Worcester fluid conveyance provider Omni Services was elected to an executive position of the national trade group Association for Hose & Accessories Distribution.

Built-Rite Tool leadership looking to transition

Craig Bovaird, owner of Built-Rite, spoke with the Worcester Business Journal about building a strong reputation, maintaining quality, recruiting for new positions and the senior management team and...

Fire rips through Worcester business

Sam Bonacci |

A three alarm fire tore through Dario Diesel on Route 20 in Worcester Monday night, prompting firefighters to fight through noxious fumes to put out the blaze.

Worcester drivers will see toll relief

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Drivers in the Worcester and Springfield areas will gain some relief from Massachusetts Turnpike tolls under an all-electronic system being tested and set to go live in October.

UMass finds ALS gene using Ice Bucket challenge funds

Sam Bonacci |

A professor from UMass Medical School in Worcester played a leading role in a new study that discovered a gene linked to ALS which could put scientists on the track to new therapies for the disease.

Worcester housing rises as Mass. hits new price record

Sam Bonacci |

The price of a single family home has hit a new high not seen since August 2005 before the Great Recession with strong sales and price increases throughout Central Massachusetts.

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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