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Fallon preparing to move Worcester elder care center

Fallon Health is looking to move its elder care program to a new medical building on Grove Street in Worcester, pending regulatory approvals.

Cummings School names Canadian veterinary school founder as dean

Zachary Comeau |

The Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in North Grafton has named the founding dean of the University of Calgary veterinary program as its new dean.

Movers & Shakers

Check out which professionals are on the move in Central Mass.

Succession planning for Hispanic businesses

CLAUDIA MINAYA |

One often-overlooked step in ensuring the future of a business is to create a business succession plan – which is especially significant for family-owned firms.

Stop & Shop workers walk off the job amid labor dispute

Joe Cooper |

Left with an expired labor deal, Stop & Shop workers in New England walked off the job Thursday afternoon as negotiations again fell apart this week.

Legal cannabis a health balance, MGH doctor says

Grant Welker |

A middle ground needs to be found on regulations and commercialization on the state's new recreational marijuana, a prominent addiction doctor said at Anna Maria College Wednesday.

Lawmakers propose bill to curb illegal cannabis sales

Two Central Massachusetts lawmakers are proposing legislation aimed to curb illegal and unregulated cannabis sales that have reportedly thrived due to the high prices of licensed and legal cannabis...

Cultivate begins Uxbridge negotiations for 130K sq. ft. marijuana facility

Zachary Comeau |

A week after starting talks with Leicester, marijuana retailer Cultivate has begun negotiations with Uxbridge for a cannabis cultivation and manufacturing facility of up to 130,000 square feet.

Cultivate to negotiate with Framingham for retail pot shop

Zachary Comeau |

Leicester-based cannabis firm Cultivate, one of the first two shops to launch sales on the East Coast, has begun negotiations with Framingham for a host community agreement.

Worcester airport has $97M economic impact

Grant Welker |

Worcester Regional Airport has an economic impact of $97 million, according to a study released last month by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation.

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