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Built-Rite Tool leadership looking to transition

Craig Bovaird, owner of Built-Rite, spoke with the Worcester Business Journal about building a strong reputation, maintaining quality, recruiting for new positions and the senior management team and...

Mount Wachusett receives $574K in federal grants

Sam Bonacci |

Mount Wachusett Community College has received $573,600 in state funds to help educate students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

GE pioneers precision medicine in Marlborough

Laura Finaldi |

At its new Marlborough headquarters, GE Healthcare Life Sciences is focusing on developing the tools that can help produce personalized drugs.

UMass students face 5.8 percent tuition hike


For the second consecutive year, University of Massachusetts students will face rising tuition costs as officials take steps to close an $85 million budget shortfall at a time of growing interest in...

Worcester incomes stagnate compared to statewide growth

Sam Bonacci |

Incomes of typical households in Worcester have barely grown even though the state's median wage has grown significantly over the last 37 years, according to a new study by MassBudget.

New England Center for Children receives $3.4M Microsoft donation

Sam Bonacci |

Southborough's New England Center for Children (NECC) has received $3.4 million in software and services from Microsoft to update the center's technology infrastructure.

MWCC selected for prisoner education pilot

Sam Bonacci |

Mount Wachusett Community College has been selected to participate in a pilot program to educate 72 inmates at area correctional institutions.

UMass president forecasting larger tuition; fee increases


University of Massachusetts students working this summer to pay for college could face a higher financial mountain to climb in the fall.

Lawmakers slash UMass funding request $26M

State House News Service |

As the University of Massachusetts prepares to make a decision on student tuition and fee levels based on the state budget, House and Senate lawmakers on Thursday were working to pass a new spending...

Lawmakers slap together on-time budget


Responding to instability in the stock market that has shredded revenue estimates for next year, House and Senate leaders on Thursday will seek passage of a $39.15 billion budget accord for the...

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