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Worcester robotics engineers earn less than others in Mass. overall

Laura Finaldi |

A new report on the Massachusetts robotics industry found while robotics engineers in the Worcester area earned comparatively less overall than people in the same profession who work in other parts...

Worcester Academy raised $52.2M

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester Academy officials announced Monday that they have raised $52.2 million in a multi-year capital campaign that included $15 million from one anonymous donor.

Expert anticipates 2017 home sale slowdown


Home sales in Massachusetts stepped up 2.8 percent in September, and the 5,588 single-family homes sold last month represented the most active September in more than a decade, according to data...

Worcester to Washington, 15 years in the making

Brad Kane |

Next year, Worcester Regional Airport will have multiple passenger airlines offering regular service out of Central Massachusetts for the first time since 2002.

Antonia G. McGuire: Providing access to health care for all

Laura Finaldi |

Antonia G. McGuire was fresh out of high school and working at a hospital when she realized the healthcare field was for her.

Michelle Drolet: Building walls and breaking barriers


Michelle Drolet is an innovative thinker who puts those talents to work as the CEO of Towerwall in Framingham.

Matilde Castiel: Tackling health outcomes through a ground-up approach

Laura Finaldi |

Since she was a kid, Matilde Castiel has always felt a strong desire to improve the lives of others – especially those in underserved communities.

The 2016 Outstanding Women in Business

Six women have been selected as the Outstanding Women in Business Award winners, being selected on their career achievements as well as their contributions to the Central Massachusetts community.

Not your grandfather's Central Mass.

Sam Bonacci |

A year after creating a new tourism agency, industry leaders are finding success promoting the region for rowing & swimming, brewery tours, international artists and waterslides.

Who owns students’ brain power?

Laura Finaldi |

From bulletproof vests to video games to a turtle prosthesis, Central Mass schools take varied approaches over the intellectual property of student projects.

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