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West Boylston startup gets $200K to develop robot

Sam Bonacci |

Coventry Associates has been awarded a $200,000 grant that the West Boylston startup will use to develop an industrial robot.

Farms feeling scorch of dry summer

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Standing in front of a patch of strawberry plants about 10 inches shorter than they would be during a wetter summer, Gov. Charlie Baker and other state officials on Thursday urged Massachusetts...

Marlborough coworking space launched

Sam Bonacci |

The DAVIS Companies have opened a new coworking space in Marlborough in collaboration with Marblehead-based WorkTable.

Running Start to open Oxford coworking space

Sam Bonacci |

Running Start's coworking space will hold a grand opening for a new location in Oxford this month as it expands the organization's reach to southern Worcester county.

Ride-hail bill signed

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday afternoon signed into law what he described as the strongest regulatory framework in the country for app-based ride-for-hire services like Uber and Lyft.

Medication access plan dies following veto

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Legislation to ease patient access to mental health and substance abuse medications died at midnight Sunday by gubernatorial veto.

Franklin manufacturer fined $11.5K

Sam Bonacci |

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection has penalized AR Metallizing Ltd., of Franklin, $11,502 for violating air pollution control regulations.

Looking back at the failed non-compete bill

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Reiterating his support for the bill as it passed the House, Speaker Robert DeLeo on Tuesday said it was unfortunate that legislation to limit the use of non-compete agreements in Massachusetts did...

Mass. passes ride-hailing legislation

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

A late-night deal struck between House and Senate lawmakers to regulate app-based ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft would charge those companies a 20-cent per ride surcharge for...

Holliston biotech seeks to fulfill $1.5-billion potential

Laura Finaldi |

Over the past year, Holliston-based Biostage has revamped its upper management, changed its name and used its technology to partially recreate the esophaguses of several Yucatan pigs.

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