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Waters profits grew 12%

Laura Finaldi |

Net income at Waters Corp. in Milford was up 12 percent over the previous year, as the company saw sales growth in most of its busiest industry sectors.

Business booming again at Precision

Precision Engineering had a tough year last year. However, things have started picking up again at Precision, and since November, the company has been hiring and adding new customers.

On day 1, $20M gets added to House budget

State House News Service |

House lawmakers on Monday night added about $20 million in spending aimed at education, local aid, transportation and state administration to the $40.3 billion fiscal 2018 budget.

Workers claim wage theft at 145 Front St. development

Laura Finaldi |

A group of local carpenters who worked on the 145 Front St. project in Worcester are claiming they were victims of wage and hour violations.

Two sheriffs want higher pot tax to pay for addiction treatment

State House News Service |

Two sheriffs urged lawmakers on Monday to use the legalization of marijuana as an opportunity to invest in substance abuse treatment by raising the tax on pot sales to support public and private...

Framingham selectman interested in mayor job

State House News Service |

A Framingham selectman who opposed converting the state's largest town into a city is now gearing up to run for mayor.

Reliant set to vote on acquisition May 9

Laura Finaldi |

Reliant Medical Group's board of trustees will likely decide whether or not the physician network will partner with a Minnesota company when it meets May 9, a spokeswoman confirmed Monday.

Sunovion says ADHD drug shows promise

Laura Finaldi |

Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc. said last week its novel drug candidate dasotraline was successful in treating children with ADHD, showing statistically significant improvements.

Oxford firm leases 3,000 sq. ft. in Millbury

Worcester real estate firm Kelleher & Sadowsky announced it has leased 3,000 square feet of office space in Millbury.

State colleges want legislature to do more

State House News Service |

State lawmakers are fond of promoting their support for public higher education, but critics of the Legislature say state government could do more.

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