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Anna Maria College offers new health degree

Savannah Donohue |

Anna Maria College in Paxton announced Wednesday it's now offering a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Community Service.

Cost of college contributing to income inequality, Fed economist says

State House News Service |

The necessity of obtaining an advanced degree for earning potential has contributed to Boston's income inequality, a Federal Reserve Bank economist said Wednesday.

QCC approves new president

Grant Welker |

Quinsigamond Community College has recommended a new president, Luis Pedraja, to replace longtime head Gail Carberry, who is leaving at the end of the school year.

People on the move

The Discovery Museums of Acton has added Dr. Edward Scolnick, who has experience in scientific research and STEM education, to its board of directors.

New Mount Wachusett leader takes helm

Mount Wachusett Community College's new president, James Vander Hooven, has started his tenure as the school's third-ever head, the college said Monday.

Accolades & Honors

Gardner's Heywood Healthcare honored James and Asta Kraskouskas, owners of Anthony's Liquor Mart in Gardner, with the Heywood Healthcare...

New site helps students understand college financial aid

State House News Service |

Attorney General Maura Healey on Wednesday launched a campaign to help families understand those financial aid packages before making a final decision on which school to attend.

Anna Maria launches master of social work program

Emily Micucci |

Anna Maria College in Paxton is accepting applications for its new master of social work program for the fall.

Despite previous budget cuts there could be more, state official says

State House News Service |

After cutting programs and services by $98 million in December, the Baker administration's budget chief did not dismiss the possibility that Gov. Charlie Baker could make additional budget cuts.

Mass. adds 13k jobs in January

Massachusetts is estimated to have added 13,000 jobs in January, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in a report Thursday by the state Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development.

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