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T&G experiences another ownership shift

CAROL McDONALD |

The Telegram & Gazette will soon have its third owner in a little more than a year after its parent firm, Halifax Media Group, announced it's being acquired by the parent of GateHouse Media, which...

Developer: Worcester hotel would help meet business demand

Rick Saia |

A proposed six-story, 120-room hotel next to the Washington Square rotary in Worcester would fill a need in the city and complement its downtown economic development strategy, the hotel's developers...

Preliminary report: UMass Memorial Health Care in the black

Emily Micucci |

UMass Memorial Health Care (UMMHC) will post a $29 million operating surplus in fiscal 2014, according to preliminary results the Worcester-based health care system shared with bond investors this...

Expert walks Worcester through the economics of internet secrets

Sam Bonacci |

In the world of cyber security, an entire industry has materialized around selling information about vulnerabilities in programs, alternately offering the ability to protect against these flaws in...

Local firms score high on LGBT equality index

Several major companies with operations in Central Massachusetts received the highest scores on equality from a national advocacy group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Americans.

Seven Hills adds 10th affiliate

VSA Massachusetts of Boston has merged with the Integrated Health and Human Services Network of Worcester’s Seven Hills Foundation.

UMass Medical receives $9.5M grant

Sam Bonacci |

The National Institutes of Health has awarded a $9.5 million grant to investigators at the University of Massachusetts Medical School to establish a research center that would investigate the cause...

Traynor named Worcester's chief development officer

City Manager Edward Augustus has appointed Acting Chief Development Officer Michael Traynor to the role on a permanent basis as the city looks to maintain its development momentum.

Fallon revenue, membership up

Rick Saia |

Fallon Health of Worcester said it earned $1.9 million in the third quarter of this year on revenue of $323 million.

Hudson office building sold to Worcester firm

Rick Saia |

A Worcester developer of business property has bought an office complex in Hudson for nearly $3 million, the company announced.

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