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Solar talks continue in informal sessions


Massachusetts lawmakers have settled into their winter recess, but Senate President Stanley Rosenberg says they are continuing to discuss a deal to raise caps on solar power and enacting a bill...

Brewers, bottlers rake revenues from competitors

Sam Bonacci |

When consumers look at beer and soda bottles on store shelves, they see several brands competing for the same dollars, but to Central Massachusetts firms like Polar Beverages and Wachusett Brewing...

Central Mass firms set sights on international markets


Westborough-based eClinicalWorks is a company near the top of its field. It's one of the top vendors of electronic health records systems for U.S. doctors' offices and a big player in the development...

Framingham pushing for $34-million downtown MassBay campus

Emily Micucci |

Local stakeholders are in the process of re-pitching a $34-million downtown Framingham satellite campus of Massachusetts Bay Community College to the Baker Administration after a host of community...

Central Mass. needs to be on the mind of Life Sciences Center

Launched in 2008 with much fanfare by the Patrick Administration, the Massachusetts Life Science Center -- a 10-year, $1-billion investment in catalyzing growth in the life science industry in the...

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Incorporations: Aug. 17-31, 2015

These Central Massachusetts businesses filed Incorporation papers with the Massachusetts Secretary of State's Office from Aug. 17-31. Listed below are the corporate name, address, ZIP & president.

Worcester startup groups join forces for WPI forum

Worcester nonprofit The Venture Forum and networking community VentureMeets have teamed up to put on a Dec. 8 event at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Clark honored nationally for diverting food waste

Clark University in Worcester was one of 14 organization honored nationally by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for diverting food waste out of landfills.

Solar incentives increase put on hold


The House and Senate moved into their winter recess on Wednesday night without a deal to raise caps on solar power that advocates say are hindering solar development across the state.

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