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When the Patriots win, so does Bay State Apparel

Ever wonder how sports championship merchandise hits retail stores so soon after a victory? If you bought a Patriots Super Bowl winning T-shirt or hat right after the big game this past February, you...

Worcester poised to approve $1M tax break for business center

Grant Welker |

The Worcester City Council is expected to approve a 20-year tax break for a new facility in the South Worcester Industrial Park for research-and-development, high-tech industrial and other uses.

WPI opens biomanufacturing training enrollment

Worcester Polytechnic Institute opened enrollment for a training program for people who want to work in the biotech sector but don't necessarily have the experience.

West Boylston building to grow with $8M bond

A West Boylston real estate entity will use the proceeds from an $8 million bond to expand a facility that it has leased to a Worcester manufacturer.

Simonds Saw completes 70% factory expansion in Germany

Simonds Saw separated from Simonds International in 2014 after its then-parent company decided to divide its metal business and its wood business into two separate companies.

Cains Foods closing 44-year-old Ayer plant

Grant Welker |

Cains Foods, a century-old label for mayonnaise, dressings and sauces, has ended production at its 100-worker plant in Ayer, several years after it was bought by an Illinois company.

California electronics maker buys 25 Westborough acres

A California electronics manufacturing company has purchased a 198,000-square-foot complex on 25 acres of land in Westborough for an undisclosed amount.

Sturbridge Metallurgical gives customers a second set of eyes

Courtney Grimes started Sturbridge Metallurgical Services, Inc. in his garage in 1990, and today, the company has 10 employees.

Dow Marlborough site develops new-era electronics

Dow Electronic Materials, a business of the Dow Chemical Co, manufactures electronic materials 24 hours a day at its Marlborough plant.

Aspen Aerogels reports $6M quarterly loss

Aspen Aerogels reported it lost $5.7 million in the fourth quarter of 2016, after earning a profit of $1.6 million in the same time period a year before.

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