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Julie Crowley: From top to bottom, getting it done


Julie Crowley puts in her time working with a board of local industry leaders to develop a curriculum around quality and mechatronics, or mechanical engineering for Mount Wachusett Community College.

Liora Stone: Starting over from scratch, a star is born


Liora Stone has found her niche in this technical, male-dominated field.

South Worcester Industrial Park sells out

Sam Bonacci |

The final parcel at the South Worcester Industrial Park (SWIP) has been sold, City Manager Edward Augustus announced Thursday.

Table Talk breaks ground on 1-million-pies-per-week facility

Sam Bonacci |

Table Talk Pies broke ground on a new manufacturing site in Worcester that will produce 1 million pies a week once it comes online.

Engineering firm to construct $110M biomanufacturing site

Laura Finaldi |

A global engineering group with an office in Framingham will provide architectural, engineering and project management services for a Norwood biotech's new manufacturing facility.

Charlton co. first to receive micro-injecting certification

Laura Finaldi |

A Charlton company specializing in micro-injecting molding for the medical device industry is the first company of its kind in the world to achieve a medical device supply chain quality...

Growth puts Holliston medical firm in new Franklin HQ

Cold Chain Technologies is in the process of moving into its new world headquarters in Franklin, a facility that gives the company 100,000 additional square feet for manufacturing and other...

Worcester bottler producing organic drink

Sam Bonacci |

A uniquely New England product -- an organic spritzer sweetened with maple syrup -- is now being produced in Worcester.

Avecia to acquire California companies

Sam Bonacci |

Nitto Denko Avecia has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the assets of Irvine Pharmaceutical Services (Irvine) and Avrio Biopharmaceuticals (Avrio).

Shirley adhesive maker seeks to disrupt clothing industry

Bemis Associates' adhesives are meant to replace traditional cut and sew methods in the production of sports garments, soft goods and consumer electronics. It was established in 1910 and has 450...

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