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Don't fear marijuana

Don't fear marijuana |

Even though marijuana has been legal in Massachusetts for six years, old stigmas die hard.

Moves & Shakers

The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce has hired two new staff members. ALEX GUARDIOLA has been hired as director of government affairs and public policy. He is a...

The largest Central Mass. communities are bulking up their rainy day funds

Grant Welker |

Despite a long run of economic growth, economists are predicting when the next market correction or recession may hit.

Worcester's fifth brewery

Zachary Comeau |

Redemption Rock Brewing Co. looks to join the city's craft beer scene by December

Help Needed: Massachusetts has the largest construction worker shortage in the nation

Grant Welker |

With the Massachusetts unemployment rate at just 3.6 percent in July, construction firms simply can't find enough workers.

Companies, advocates say marijuana firms are agreeing to excessive host community payments

Zachary Comeau |

According to marijuana industry advocates and lawmakers, cities and towns ask for what they call exorbitant cash payments and services, which advocates say don't comply with the law.

The Point at Marlborough sells for $65M

Grant Welker |

The Point at Marlborough, a residential community off Brigham Street has sold for $65 million, a number that could set a high price mark for the year for Central Massachusetts.

Staples to acquire Illinois company for $996M

Framingham office supply retailer Staples said Friday it will acquire an Illinois-based company for nearly $1 billion.

Framingham's Springdale launches new beer in special series

Springdale, an experimental arm of Framingham's Jack's Abby Brewing, has launched its second beer in a special series it's doing in collaborations with restaurants.

Framingham State joins prison education consortium

Framingham State University has joined a group of colleges in Massachusetts that is working to expand college education access for those who are incarcerated.

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