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Timberyard Brewing opening Saturday in East Brookfield

Grant Welker |

Timberyard Brewing, which has spent the last year turning an old lumber store into a brewery, is now about set to open.

Stephanie Ramey is transforming $900K into heads in beds

In April, Stephanie Ramey was promoted from corporate and events sales manager to executive director of Discover Central Massachusetts.

Movers & Shakers

Thirteen professionals were on the move recently in Central Massachusetts.

Manufacturing has become the most targeted industry by cyber criminals

Zachary Comeau |

As the manufacturing industry becomes more technological, with more connected devices than ever, hackers have more opportunities to break into those networks.

Millis prepares for years of housing growth as 324-unit development hits former golf course

Grant Welker |

A luxury housing development in Millis once derailed by the Great Recession is now poised to kick off a slate of new homebuilding in the small MetroWest community

Labor vs. Administration: Ballot pits nurses against hospitals

Grant Welker |

Labor-versus-management fights usually take place in a meeting room, or maybe on the picket lines. This one will take place at the polls.

Alternatives Unlimited, The Bridge of Central Massachusetts rebrand

Alternatives Unlimited and The Bridge of Central Massachusetts have rebranded about three months after the two human service providers decided to affiliate with one another.

CEO of North Brookfield's Vibram to retire in December

Zachary Comeau |

Longtime Vibram Corp. executive Mike Gionfriddo is retiring as president and CEO at year's end, the North Brookfield footwear company announced Tuesday.

Nurse staffing opponents ahead in new poll

State House News Service |

The poll showed 51 percent of likely voters opposed nurse staffing requirements outlined in Question 1 while 43 percent support the measure.

IPG Photonics loses $800M in value after preliminary Q3 financials fall short

Zachary Comeau |

The third quarter for Oxford-based IPG Photonics was even tougher than expected, as the company's preliminary financial results came in less than originally expected.

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