Andrew Davis, the director of Worcester Regional Airport, said the new landing system will result in airlines sending more flights out of Worcester.
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Worcester airport officials believe $32M investment will pay off

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In spending $32 million to increase airlines' ability to land reliably, state and Worcester officials see the airport becoming a regional transportation hub.

 
The Worcester Bravehearts, part of the marketing of Discover Central Massachusetts, set attendance records for the Futures Collegiate Baseball League.

Discover Central Mass. is fighting for funds

Grant Welker |

Two years after it was formed, Central Massachusetts' tourism marketing agency is struggling for financial support from 34 of its 35 towns.

 
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101: Wellness programs

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Wellness programs don't have to be expensive or complicated.

Accelerating growth through embracing innovation

Abel Travis |

"I like your ideas, but we've always done things this way."

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CSX completed a $100-million expansion of its facility five years ago, but the associated traffic has bothered its residential neighbors.

Worcester wants to move CSX's truck station

The Worcester city administration is working to relocate a Shrewsbury truck transfer station closer to the CSX rail yard to cut down on the number of trucks passing through residential city streets.

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Allison McDowell-Smith

Nichols professor draws on ISIS experience to teach counterterrorism

McDowell-Smith, who has worked with research teams to interview former ISIS members, will teach courses on homegrown violent extremism.

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Movers & Shakers

Clinton Savings Bank, Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Venture Community Services were among the eight organization announcing new hires and promotions.

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Lists

Largest MetroWest employers

Ranked by number of local employees

RankEmployerNo. of local employeesYear founded
1Dell Technologies EMC Corp., Hopkinton9,0001979
2Staples Inc., Framingham~5,0001986
3The TJX Cos. Inc., Framingham4,0601976

Source: Each employer via survey



 
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