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Harrington opens new Webster emergency department

The new Remillard Family Emergency Department officially opened its doors Thursday at the Webster campus of Harrington HealthCare.

Fabrico of Oxford sold to N.C. firm

Rick Saia |

Fabrico Inc. of Oxford, which provides components for land-based gas turbines, semiconductors, steam turbines and the aviation market, is being sold to a North Carolina company.

National Grid to build more solar in Mass.

Sam Bonacci |

National Grid will more than triple its solar-power generation capabilities in Massachusetts with an additional 16 megawatts of energy at 19 sites to be built in the next year, the utility announced...

Southbridge landfill to pay $200,000 civil penalty

The Southbridge Recycling and Disposal Park (SRDP) landfill will pay nearly $220,000 to settle claims a large soil stockpile partially collapsed and damaged adjacent wetlands

Dudley packaging company to pay $100K fine

Emily Micucci |

After allegedly discharging hazardous material into the French River in December 2011, Dudley-based Shield Packaging Company Inc. has agreed to pay a $100,000 fine and implement new protocol for...

Sturbridge social service agency to change name

A Sturbridge-based nonprofit that serves the developmentally disabled is changing its name next month to match a broader mission.

Nichols announces tuition hike, followed by freeze

Emily Micucci |

Nichols College in Dudley said it will raise tuition by 2.9 percent for the 2015-2016 academic year, but will hold the line the following year, marking the college's second tuition freeze in three...

Editorial: Worcester council should narrow tax-rate gap again

Worcester city councilors next week are expected to hold their annual tax classification hearing, and the business community is again lobbying to shrink the gap between the residential and...

EDITORIAL: Baker’s business checklist

It was a closer race than expected, but in the end, much of the business community got the governor it wanted with the election of Charlie Baker, putting a Republican in the corner office...

IPG revenue, profits continue upward march

Rick Saia |

IPG Photonics of Oxford turned in another stellar quarter as strong sales growth in Europe and China helped push revenue up 16 percent and net income 30 percent for the manufacturer of fiber lasers.

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