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Biotech is putting people to work in the Central Mass. 100

LIVIA GERSHON |

Many of the top 100 employers in Central Massachusetts are from the state's biotech industry.

Schools using 4+1 programs to lure students

Sam Bonacci |

Local schools are using accelerated degrees as a pull for new students and a way to give them an edge when entering the job market.

UMass pushes back against report questioning tactics

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Rapid growth in enrollment and capital spending at the University of Massachusetts may be coming at the expense of the system's mission of serving in-state students, according to a new study.

Study calls for 'vigorous debate' about UMass trends

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Rapid growth in enrollment and capital spending at the University of Massachusetts may be coming at the expense of the system's mission of serving in-state students.

State budget bill draws mixed reaction

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The Senate's budget chief has touted areas of increased investment, but offered little detail about how her committee kept overall spending in check.

WPI partners with Girls Who Code; pledges $100K a year

Sam Bonacci |

In an effort to close the gender gap in computer science and technology, Worcester Polytechnic Institute partnered with Girls Who Code and created a $100,000 scholarship program.

Clinton's new CIO merges passion for technology and finance

Brad Kane |

Mary T. Dean took over CIO and senior vice president of Clinton Savings Bank earlier this year, heading up the technological operations for the community bank with six branches, two in-school...

Assumption College launches engineering degree

Sam Bonacci |

Assumption College students will soon be able to get a master's degree in engineering from Washington University in St. Louis' School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) on top of...

UPS signs 7-year, 15K square foot lease in West Boylston

Sam Bonacci |

The United Parcel Service has signed on to locate a regional driver training and education center at a 15,000 square-foot space in West Boylston.

Worcester named 2nd best New England city to start a business in

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester has been ranked 33rd in the nation on a list of the 150 best cities in which to start a business, clinching the second highest rank for a New England city behind Boston at 14th.

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