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UPS hiring 696 in Central Mass.

Sam Bonacci |

As the temperature drops and the holiday season closes in, UPS is ramping up its hiring and looking for an additional 696 employees in the Central Massachusetts region.

UMass Medical School to host 'Shark Tank'-like challenge

Laura Finaldi |

The makers of an artificial pancreas, a tiny, precise glucose monitoring system and an electronic, glucose-monitoring band-aid will all be participating in a new diabetes medical innovation challenge.

Worcester among 11 Mass. counties deemed natural disaster areas

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Eleven of the state's 14 counties have been deemed "primary natural disaster areas" by the United States Department of Agriculture due to substantial crop losses that began with a February deep...

Clark U. receives $800K to study water

Sam Bonacci |

Clark University in Worcester has received nearly $800,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to assist in a nationwide study the economic value of water quality.

Private jet fleet relocating to Worcester

Sam Bonacci |

Rectrix Aviation -- Massachusett's largest private jet service -- will relocate its fleet to the Worcester Regional Airport after selecting the location as its maintenance base-of-operations.

Niche Hospitality leaves Shrewsbury Street; sells location for $500K

Sam Bonacci |

For the first time since 2007, the Niche Hospitality restaurant group will not have a presence on Shrewsbury Street, having sold the location to a new restauranteur.

DCU Center to host advanced manufacturing summit

Laura Finaldi |

The commonwealth of Massachusetts and MassDevelopment are co-hosting an advanced manufacturing summit next week at Worcester's DCU Center.

Worcester Art Museum hires deputy executive director

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester Art Museum has brought Heather Davis on to run the day-to-day operations of the organization.

Family biz celebrates 40M cars washed, 50 years in business

Sam Bonacci |

The family-owned ScrubaDub car wash company with 18 sites throughout New England is celebrating 50 years and over 40 million cars washed.

QCC recognized for low-income affordability, success

Sam Bonacci |

Quinsigamond Community College has been named to a list of 25 community colleges across the country that advance opportunities for low-income students by the U.S Department of Education.

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