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Baker says WooSox development a big opportunity for state

Grant Welker |

Gov. Charlie Baker gave his first public comments on the Red Sox, saying his administration looks to invest state funds in infrastructure projects that can be leveraged by private development.

DPU, National Grid union to discuss complaints

State House News Service |

The union representing locked out National Grid steelworkers plans to meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday with state regulators to discuss a long list of safety complaints.

Staples officially sends $500M offer to Illinois company

Zachary Comeau |

Framingham office retailer Staples and two affiliates Monday commenced a nearly $500 million tender offer to acquire an Illinois office supply distributor.

State approves 32-unit Sherborn affordable housing development

Grant Welker |

A 32-unit housing development with nine homes set aside under affordability restrictions has been approved in Sherborn.

Former Blackstone Tap owner re-buys bar after drug scandal

Zachary Comeau |

The former owner of the Blackstone Tap building in Worcester now owns the sports bar again.

Boston Scientific gets FDA approval for blood device

Marlborough medical device giant Boston Scientific has been approved by U.S. regulators to market a device that helps deliver a sustained release of a drug to treat peripheral artery disease.

Cannabis tester ProVerde inks agreement with Milford

Zachary Comeau |

Cannabis tester ProVerde Laboratories has finally negotiated a host community agreement with Milford after months of what its founder called delays that halted the company's business prospects.

Northborough commercial building sells for over $2M

A commercial building in Northborough at the Berlin line near the Solomon Pond Mall has sold for $2.15 million.

Downtown Westborough building sold for $1.3M

A 147-year-old downtown Westborough building has sold for nearly $1.3 million, land records show.

Mass. unemployment stays at 3.6%

Bay State employers added 6,000 jobs last month and have added 68,100 jobs since August 2017, the state announced Friday as the unemployment rate held firm at 3.6 percent in August.

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