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Lawmakers raise cap on gas tank spill remediation


Lawmakers appear poised to raise the amount of reimbursement money available through the underground storage tank cleanup fund, which is fed by motorists filling up at Bay State gas pumps.

Middlesex Savings to maintain independence under new president

Natick-based Middlesex Savings Bank commits to continued independence under new president Michael McAuliffe.

Hudson clean-energy company tapping new markets

Carol McDonald |

Noting that “the boom can only last so long” in solar energy installations, New England Clean Energy of Hudson has diversified its product offerings.

PowerOptions teams with Solect of Hopkinton for solar program

Carol McDonald |

Energy-buying consortium PowerOptions has chosen Hopkinton-based Solect Energy to lead its Small Systems Solar program, the companies announced Thursday.

Tantara Corp. of Worcester lands on national list for its revenue growth

Carol McDonald |

Tantara Corp. of Worcester ranks 25th on the 2015 Inner City 100, a list of the inner-city businesses in the U.S. with the fastest-growing revenue.

Cumberland CEO a panelist at White House worker summit

Ari Haseotes, president and CEO of Framingham-based Cumberland Farms, participated in a White House panel discussion about employer strategy for managing workers.

Marlborough touts gains as MetroWest employment centers beat state jobs figures

Emily Micucci |

What a difference three years can make.

Long-term unemployed looking for hiring protections


Some long-term unemployed workers and training professionals came to the State House Wednesday to lobby lawmakers on two bills that would prohibit employers from making hiring decisions on certain...

College mental health receives $335,000 in Worcester

Sam Bonacci |

Community Healthlink, a provider of behavioral health and addiction services in Central Massachusetts, has received a three-year, $335,000 grant to support area colleges and universities with...

Nonstop train from Worcester to Boston announced

Sam Bonacci |

Major changes will be coming to the Worcester to Boston commuter train line this May with the announcement Wednesday that a nonstop train will begin operating into Boston.

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