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Honey Farms to pay after AG alleges discrimination

Emily Micucci |

Worcester-based convenience store chain Honey Farms Inc. has agreed to pay up to $25,000 to resolve allegations of discriminatory treatment of a Hispanic customer, according to Attorney General Maura...

Former Worcester business owner pleads guilty to $3.6M in fraud

Sam Bonacci |

A former Worcester business owner pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Worcester on Tuesday in connection with a $3.6 million food stamp fraud scheme that she operated out of her convenience...

Ex-Cutler execs form Worcester investment firm

Two former executives at Cutler Capital Management in Worcester have launched an investment firm in the city.

Medical-legal collaboration gets $200,000 grant

The national Legal Services Corporation has awarded Worcester-based Community Legal Aid a two-year Pro Bono Innovation Fund grant valued at more than $200,000, according to a statement Wednesday from...

Meehan sees UMass Law accreditation “within the next year”

State House News Service |

The University of Massachusetts School of Law should receive accreditation from the American Bar Association "within the next year," UMass President Martin Meehan said during a Sunday talk show...

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