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The Discovery Museums of Acton has added Dr. Edward Scolnick, who has experience in scientific research and STEM education, to its board of directors.

Immigrants make Middlesex state's fastest growing county

Grant Welker |

Middlesex County added nearly 9,000 residents in a 12-month period ending last July, an average of 24 people a day, according to new U.S. Census data.

Marlborough 43-acre development adding office space

Construction has begun on the first phase of what will be a 114,000-square-foot office or medical building at the Apex Center of New England, a 43-acre development on Route 20 in Marlborough.

Game of Thrones video game maker expands in Framingham

A company that made video games based on the TV shows Game of Thrones and Star Trek will move into larger offices in Framingham.

Marlborough ice center adding two new rinks

Due to hockey's rising popularity and the possibility of adding more winter sports like curling and speed skating, the New England Sports Center in Marlborough will open two new ice rinks by August.

Marlborough president gets six years in prison over $3B scheme

Grant Welker |

The former president of TelexFree was sentenced to six years in prison and three years of supervised release Wednesday on charges that he ran an international $3 billion pyramid scheme.

Framingham pharmacist guilty in fatal tainted-drug case

Grant Welker |

Barry Cadden, a co-owner and head pharmacist of a Framingham company connected to a fungal meningitis outbreak, was convicted Wednesday of fraud and racketeering.

Globoforce opens new Framingham HQ

Software company Globoforce has opened its new 55,000-square-foot Framingham headquarters after a move from Southborough.

Cities and towns want more say on outlawing pot shops

State House News Service |

Communities are urging lawmakers to let them restrict or prohibit commercial marijuana sales by a vote of the municipal legislative body, rather than a community-wide referendum.

Mass. should wait on $2K business healthcare assessment

Eileen McAnneny |

Quite simply, the fair share assessment is the wrong solution for taming growth in MassHealth, which now insures almost 2 million residents or 30 percent of the commonwealth's total population.

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