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Vander Hooven approved as next MWCC president

Savannah Donohue |

The Massachusetts Board of Higher Education voted Tuesday to approve Dr. James Vander Hooven as the third president of Mount Wachusett Community College, during a special meeting in Boston. He will...

WPI researcher receives $1.1 million to study stressed bacteria

The National Science Foundation has awarded $1.1 million to a Worcester Polytechnic Institute professor for a five-year study of bacteria in stressful conditions, the school announced Wednesday.

Nativity School names new president

Emily Micucci |

The Nativity School of Worcester has named Patrick T. Maloney as its new president effective immediately, according to a statement released Monday.

Best Client & Employee Services for 2017

From going to school for a business degree to picking up a client in a limo, these are the places you want to rely on to service clients and employees.

Best Office Services for 2017

Here are the service providers you want to hire to do various jobs around your office.

WBJ picks the 2017 Best of Business winners

A large part of running any business is knowing who to trust, especially when it comes to people and organizations not on your payroll.

UMass Medical School seizes expansion opportunity

Laura Finaldi |

More than 50 years after Worcester won a bid to bring the University of Massachusetts Medical School within city limits, the medical school is making its way to Springfield.

Anna Maria receives $1.5K for defibrillation software

Emily Micucci |

Anna Maria College in Paxton said it has received a $1,500 from the Schwartz Charitable Foundation in Worcester to complete the purchase of new teaching software.

Guild of St. Agnes buying $1.5M child care center

With the help of a $1.5-million tax-exempt bond from MassDevelopment issued on Tuesday, Worcester early education nonprofit The Guild of St. Agnes will buy a 19,600-square-foot child care center.

Harvard Pilgrim names new chief business growth officer

Wellesley not-for-profit insurance provider Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, which has operations in Central Massachusetts, announced Tuesday it has hired a chief business growth officer.

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