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Becker adding animal care dual degree

Grant Welker |

Starting this fall, students at Becker College in Worcester studying animal care will be able to earn an associate degree in that field and get a bachelor's degree in four years.

Central Mass. to train 160 advanced manufacturing workers

Zachary Comeau |

The Baker Administration is doling out $2.5 million to four regional consortia through a state training program to help bridge the skills gap in the advanced manufacturing industry.

Access Fixtures lights manufacturers, Olympic-size swimming pools

Worcester lighting fixture producer Access Fixtures has found success in supplying lighting solutions to a variety of niche markets, including sports, industrial and manufacturing.

Community Healthlink restoring 24/7 urgent care services

Grant Welker |

Community Healthlink, a Worcester treatment center, is due to restore its around-the-clock availability after receiving a grant from the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation.

Former Hanover manager promoted to VP of Michigan firm

A former Hanover Insurance Group manager and Worcester Business Journal 40 Under Forty winner has been promoted to vice president of a Michigan casualty insurance company.

Mass. pot retailer NETA acquired by Atlanta cannabis firm

New England Treatment Access, one of the first two Massachusetts companies to open a retail marijuana store east of the Mississippi River has been acquired by an Atlanta firm.

Crompton Collective owner to open 2nd Worcester store

Zachary Comeau |

Amy Lynn Chase, owner of Crompton Collective in Worcester, is opening another retail store in Crompton Place.

Winery to open in Higgins Armory

Zachary Comeau |

Craft beer seems to be all the rage, with dozens of new breweries opening every year in Massachusetts, with new wineries few and far between. Chris Simpson hopes to change that story.

IPG CEO Gapontsev files lawsuit against Treasury for inclusion on Russian oligarch list

Zachary Comeau |

The Russian-American billionaire founder and chief executive of Oxford-based IPG Photonics is suing the U.S. Department of the Treasury for listing him as a Russian oligarch.

Shortlisted architecture firm brought on board for WooSox stadium development

An architecture and design firm that was on the city's shortlist for the $100 million ballpark project for the future home of the Pawtucket Red Sox will get some work on the facility after all.

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