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Two Milford business owners indicted for workers' comp fraud

Sam Bonacci |

Two Milford business owners have been indicted for allegedly failing to accurately report their total payroll and workforce, according to Attorney General Maura Healey.

City agrees to sell former courthouse for $1.2M for housing, retail

Emily Micucci |

The city of Worcester has agreed to sell the former Worcester County Courthouse to a New Hampshire developer that specializes in historic properties for $1.2 million, according to a statement from...

Fletcher Tilton absorbs Yates Law Offices

The law firm of Fletcher Tilton, with offices in Worcester and Framingham, began the new year by absorbing Hudson-based Yates Law Offices into its operations.

The new ‘sick leave’ law

AMELIA J. HOLSTROM SPECIAL TO THE WORCESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL |

November's election brought an early Christmas "gift" for Massachusetts employers: the new sick leave law. The law, which will take effect July 1, requires paid sick leave and...

AG: Salter to pay students $3.75 million

Carol McDonald |

Salter School, which has a campus in West Boylston, will pay students in health-related programs $3.75 million to resolve allegations of misrepresenting job placement numbers and using deceptive...

Feds prosecuting $43M tobacco smuggling case

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Federal prosecutors allege a Connecticut man defrauded taxpayers in that state and in Massachusetts of $43 million in a tobacco smuggling case.

Mass. receives $327K in AT&T settlement

AT&T has agreed to pay $105 million in a federal-state settlement over unauthorized cell phone charges, known as “mobile cramming,” with Massachusetts receiving $327,000, according to the...

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