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Brigham Business Park in Marlborough sold

The Brigham Business Park in Marlborough has been sold for $14.5 million, according to commercial real estate firm Avison Young.

Jack's Abby brewery expanding

Carol McDonald |

More jobs, new space, and beer in cans are on tap at the Jack's Abby brewery in Framingham.

Hudson wins award for new master plan

Emily Micucci |

The Town of Hudson announced it has received an award from the Massachusetts chapter of the American Planning Association for the master plan adopted by the Planning Board in November.

From interior design to medical devices, local entrepreneur secures 4th patent

Emily Micucci |

A few years ago, Jennifer Davagian Ensign was a master seamstress, running a custom interior design business in Sudbury. Today, she's the CEO of a Concord-based medical device company that holds...

RXi: results confirm drug's effectiveness

Emily Micucci |

Marlborough-based biotechnology firm RXi Pharmaceuticals said three-month observations have confirmed the effectiveness of its first product candidate, RXI-109, in the treatment of post-surgical...

Feds accuse pharmacists of murder in NECC case

State House News Service |

Federal prosecutors have charged two former pharmacists with second-degree murder for allegedly allowing dirty conditions at a Framingham pharmacy that produced contaminated steroids that killed...

Franklin firm buys AT&T speech technology

Rick Saia |

A Franklin developer of speech recognition technology has completed its acquisition of a research and technology program from A&T that it says will help make speech recognition more accurate.

State fines Veryfine for alleged violations in Littleton

The Patrick administration has slapped beverage manufacturer Veryfine with a fine of more than $9,000 for allegedly violating regulations regarding air pollution control, hazardous waste, industrial...

Zensar expands security offerings

Zensar Technologies, an Indian IT company with offices in Westborough, has expanded its security offerings for customers in response to ongoing cyberthreats.

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

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