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WRTA adding bus route for 3 colleges

The Worcester Regional Transit Authority is adding bus route that will run between three of the city’s colleges throughout the academic year, in an agreement with the Higher Education...

Rosenberg, Baker ask UMass to reconsider tuition hike

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The University of Massachusetts, with its five campuses and nearly 73,000 undergraduate and graduate students, struck a defiant tone Thursday as it faced mounting political pressure to reconsider...

Autism education center founder details Southborough expansion plan

Emily Micucci |

Celebrating 40 years last week, the New England Center for Children is growing its Southborough footprint to boost autism intervention and research for the benefit of children across the globe.

Largest colleges and universities

RankNameFull-time enrollment (undergrad and grad) fall...

Communities such as Worcester lean on tax-exempt nonprofits to help pay for services

Sam Bonacci |

Central Massachusetts, especially Worcester, is home to a number of nonprofits and other tax-exempt organizations. Last year, more than 30 percent of all land in the city was tax exempt.

Policymakers studying the problem of paying for college

Matt Murphy STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

From town hall gatherings on the presidential campaign trail in New Hampshire to hearing rooms at state capitols and city halls across the country, identifying solutions to the problem of college...

WPI wins grant for cancer research

Worcester Polytechnic Institute has landed a grant for genetic research from the National Institutes of Health that will take aim at cancer cells, the school announced Thursday.

First woman to lead UMass Lowell confirmed by trustees

State House News Service |

Hailed as "someone with skills to take UMass Lowell to the next level," the University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees on Monday unanimously appointed Jacqueline Moloney chancellor of the Lowell...

UMass-Lowell may get first female chancellor

Colin A. Young STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

After looking all around the world for a new chancellor, the University of Massachusetts-Lowell Chancellor Search Committee on Monday realized it needed not look any further than the Mill City.

25 chosen for leadership development program

The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Worcester Community Foundation this week announced the selection of 25 professionals for its Leadership Worcester 2016 program.

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