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Biostage names three new directors, cuts net loss

Holliston biotech startup Biostage has added three new members to its board of directors simultaneous to its third-quarter earnings report showing a slower cash burn.

Milford Regional, Leonard Morse, Heywood rated region's safest hospitals

Grant Welker |

Milford Regional Medical Center, Leonard Morse Hospital in Natick and Heywood Hospital in Gardner have been rated the safest hospitals in Central Massachusetts.

WRA seeks $170K for Union Station marijuana office renovations

Zachary Comeau |

The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission and the City of Worcester are closer on a deal to move the marijuana regulators to Union Station.

Mass. moves one step closer to marijuana sales with testing lab approvals

Grant Welker |

Two laboratories have been approved by the Cannabis Control Commission to begin testing marijuana, another milestone in the soon-to-come legal recreational marijuana retail market.

Quest Diagnostics completes buy of Oxford Immunotec division

Quest Diagnostics has completed its acquisition of the laboratory services business of Oxford Immunotec, the companies announced Tuesday.

Jack's Abby begins sponsorship with Worcester Railers

Framingham brewery Jack's Abby Craft Lagers is now one of dozens of corporate sponsors for the Worcester Railers Hockey Club.

Prime Wellness set to become Worcester's second marijuana dispensary

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester's second medical marijuana dispensary could open in a new 4,500-square-foot building on Pullman Street next month.

Biostage wins $1.1M second phase NIH grant

Holliston biotech Biostage has been awarded $1.1 million as part of a second phase of a fast-track small business grant to help the company’s throat implant products make it to market.

Rail Trail offering free pizza for customers to design take-out box

Rail Trail Flatbread Co. is leaving its take-out box art up to the people.

CCC on lookout for products that might appeal to children

State House News Service |

Massachusetts regulators want to keep a close eye on the types of marijuana products that will be for sale to adults once marijuana retailers open and whether those products might appeal to children.

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