Jon Piccolo, president of the Shrewsbury Street Area Merchants Association and owner of Piccolo's Restaurant.
ON THE COVER

Promising Shrewsbury Street site awaits outcome of laundering case

Zachary Comeau |

Two successful restaurants launched at 166 Shrewsbury St. Now, the space is devoid of any human life, and it will remain that way until the government sells the building.

 
Saint Vincent Hospital CEO Jeffrey Welch sees Tenet Healthcare's investment in its two Central Massachusetts facilities as a good sign they will avoid the parent company's divestment efforts.

Saint Vincent, MetroWest Medical appear safe from divestment

Emily Micucci |

Tenet Healthcare has sold nine hospitals since August and will sell four more, but the company has made no suggestion it will offload Saint Vincent Hospital or MetroWest Medical Center.

Jawad Yatim, the Massachusetts Pirates president, announces the arena football team in November alongside (from left) Worcester Mayor Joseph Petty; Timothy Murray, president and CEO of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce; and City Manager Ed Augustus.

With little buildup, the Massachusetts Pirates seek to revive arena football in Worcester

Grant Welker |

The Yatim family of Shrewsbury decided to bring a team to the area after seeing a void in the market, hoping to capitalize on the popularity of football when the Patriots aren't playing.

 
How To

101: Toxic teams

SUSAN SHALHOUB |

Bullying each other. Fighting. Complaining. These are all qualities of a toxic team, ones that managers should be able to recognize and address as quickly as possible.

Adapt to the voice-search revolution

KHAM INTHIRATH |

Aside from making our lives a bit more convenient (and, occasionally, more frustrating), voice assistants are changing the way customers and prospects search for products and answers.

10 Things I Know About. . . Time management

JODY STARUK |
 
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American's announcement of a new flight between Worcester and Philadelphia comes a month before JetBlue begins flights to and from New York.

American to fly daily from Worcester to Philadelphia

American Airlines will become the third airline to fly commercial out of Worcester Regional Airport when it launches its daily service to Philadelphia International Airport in October.

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Hanover Theatre seeking to become cultural epicenter

Later this year, The Hanover Theatre will open 1920s-themed restaurant Josephine, which is part of a much larger strategy to turn its section of downtown into a thriving Theatre District.

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Movers & shakers

ALI GOLI has joined Reliant Medical Group’s department of internal medicine in Milford. Goli is welcoming new patients at the Milford office at 101 Cedar St. He received his medical degree from the University of Ankara Medical School in Turkey and previously ran his own practice, Holliston Medical, in Holliston.DAN MCELHINNEY is the new regional branch manager for Hudson, Marlborough and Worcester branches...

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Lists

Top manufacturers

Ranked by number of local employees as of March 2018

RankManufacturerNo. local employeesYear founded
1Dell EMC Corp., Hopkinton8,0001979 (EMC)
2IPG Photonics Corp., Oxford1,7531990
3Boston Scientific Corp., Marlborough1,7001979

Source: Each manufacturer via survey, Massachusetts Manufacturers Register, annual reports



 
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