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GE opens $27M, 500-job facility in Marlborough

Sam Bonacci |

GE Healthcare Life Sciences held the grand opening for its U.S. headquarters in Marlborough on Thursday, highlighting the division's $27 million investment in the new facility.

MassDOT announces $88M in Marlborough-area projects

Sam Bonacci |

Road construction will be booming in and around Marlborough in the near future as the state has committed at least $87.8 million in MassDOT projects to take place in the city and the surrounding area

House advancing new bridge and road repair strategy

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

A transportation finance bill the House plans to take up Wednesday could serve as a model for an eventual new method of funding road and bridge repairs in Massachusetts, according to one lawmaker.

Highways, small bridges on house agenda

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The Massachusetts House appears poised to advance legislation authorizing $750 million in spending on highways and $50 million on a new program to make repairs to small bridges.

Oxford pursuing $1M funding for infrastructure improvements

Sam Bonacci |

The town of Oxford is pursuing a $1 million MassWorks grant for improvements along the Route 20 corridor.

The trouble with Worcester's private roads

LIVIA GERSHON |

Worcester’s 81 miles of private, substandard roads impede traffic, development and real estate transactions.

Record revenue projected for MBTA commuter rail

Sam Bonacci |

The MBTA’s commuter rail is anticipating record revenues of $215 million for fiscal year 2016.

Simple improvements count for healthcare innovation too

BY Dr. Tzvi Jonas |

During these exciting days of medical innovation, with developments ranging from advanced robotic surgery to nanoparticle-based cancer treatments, it's easy to forget that simple actions can also...

Protecting young athletes from the opioid crisis

Laura Finaldi |

Sports doctors and trainers are approaching pain management with athletes differently in light of the opioid crisis.

MBTA eyes outsourcing to fix 'broken' inventory system

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Describing a dysfunctional inventory system that does not meet industry standards, MBTA officials and a consultant made the case Monday to outsource the operations, while workers argued keeping the...

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