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Mexican restaurant opens in Northborough

Sam Bonacci |

Tío Juan's Margaritas Mexican Restaurant has opened a new location in Northborough, marking its eighth Massachusetts location and the first with the new corporate design.

Cigna first national insurer to cover Hologic's 3D breast exam

Sam Bonacci |

Hologic’s 3D mammography exam will now be covered for all of Cigna’s members, marking the first national insurer to cover the procedure.

Southborough co. fined $83K for OT violations

Sam Bonacci |

Southborough construction company JBJ Construction, LLC, and its owner, William Depietri have been cited $83,965.53 in restitution and penalties for failing to pay overtime to 28 employees.

At $60M; UMass Memorial is region's most profitable hospital in 2015

All but two of the acute-care hospitals in Central Massachusetts were profitable last year, pushing the overall margin for the region to fourth best out of the seven regions in the state, according...

Mass. biopharma sector grew 34%

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Employment in biopharmaceutical manufacturing in Massachusetts grew by 34 percent over the past 10 years.

Westborough-made device has dual-destruction capabilities

Laura Finaldi |

A hard drive destruction device made by a Westborough company can now be factory configured for dual media destruction of two different types of drives, according to the company.

Solect Energy completes 676-panel Norwood solar array

Sam Bonacci |

Hopkinton solar installer Solect Energy has completed a 175.8-kilowatt rooftop array at the headquarters of a Norwood company.

MEDC names former legislative aide as new executive director

Sam Bonacci |

The Marlborough Economic Development Corp has appointed Meredith Harris as its new executive director.

Unlicensed Framingham clinic fined $17M

Sam Bonacci |

Two Florida companies have been ordered to pay $17 million for deceptively marketing and billing for medications and services at an unlicensed medical clinic in Framingham.

Tornado hits region

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

A tornado touched down in Concord early Monday morning, toppling trees and knocking out power to homes, the National Weather Service has confirmed.

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