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New England Center for Children opens $11M autism institute

Laura Finaldi |

The $10.5-million John and Diane Kim Autism Institute, opening next month, will house research, professional development and technology for the New England Center for Children, allowing it to...

WBJ names 40 Under Forty winners of 2016

Who made the cut? See which young professionals are making a difference now and into the future for the Central Massachusetts business community.

40 under 40: D. Andrew McBeth

McBeth started in construction as a carpenter during high school and now his company Greenleaf has more than 20 employees.

40 under 40: Christof Chartier

Chartier founded his construction firm in 2008 and has grown it from a crew of three men to more than 20 employees.

40 Under 40: Tiffany Gallo

Gallo began her 13-years career at Cutler in the preconstruction department while a student at Wentworth Institute of Technology. She grew professionally to business development...

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.

Pipeline companies looking for new financial strategy

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

National Grid and Eversource Energy this week withdrew applications for long-term gas capacity contracts in the wake of a Supreme Judicial Court decision, but a new letter to policymakers reinforces...

Spectra committed to gas pipeline project

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The company leading the push for a major natural gas pipeline project that would serve New England appeared undeterred Tuesday by the SJC's ruling on passing costs to customers.

Worcester Airport gets $1.4M for runway lighting

Sam Bonacci |

The Worcester Airport will have new runway lighting for enhanced safety thanks to a $1.4-million grant announced Monday from the Federal Aviation Administration.

Avoiding Boston’s housing pitfalls

Sam Bonacci |

As Worcester adds luxury its housing stock, officials strive to keep the city’s affordable destination reputation.

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