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Quiet Logistics opens 355,000sf Devens expansion

Grant Welker |

Quiet Logistics, a Devens company shipping products for well-known brands, has expanded an already sprawling operation with a new 355,000-square-foot fulfillment center.

AIS revitalizes manufacturing in North County

Affordable Interior Systems, a Leominster manufacturer of commercial office furniture, was named the manufacturer of the year for Worcester and Middlesex counties by the state's Joint Legislative...

Main South apartments sold for $2.7M

A Boston man has purchased two Main South apartment buildings in Worcester for about $2.7 million.

Uber, MADD send impaired driving notice on first day of pot sales

State House News Service |

Uber riders will receive an email on Tuesday morning from the transportation company and Mother's Against Drunk Driving reminding them that driving while high is dangerous.

Norton buys 120 Front St. for $15M as Mercantile Center restructures

Zachary Comeau |

The 120 Front St. building in the Mercantile Center in Worcester has been sold to the project's managing director for $14.9 million as part of a $90-million recapitalization of the project.

Devens a LEED-certified community

Grant Welker |

The community of Devens has been named a LEED certified community, an environmentally friendly designation from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Read the full WBJ-WRRB City of Immigrant report

The WBJ and Worcester Regional Research Bureau embarked on a monthslong look at the impact of immigrant businesses in Worcester. The project found foreign-born residents make up 36 percent of the...

Mass. opioid overdoses taking more than five people per day

State House News Service |

More than five people per day died from confirmed or estimated opioid-related overdoses over the first nine months of this year, according to state public health officials.

$125K grant will benefit 27 Fitchburg affordable apartments

A $125,000 grant for NewVue Communities will help the Fitchburg community nonprofit renovate 27 apartments in the city into affordable housing units.

Thanks to early snow, Wachusett Mountain first in Mass. to open for skiing

Wachusett Mountain in Princeton became the first in Massachusetts to open for skiing and snowboarding this winter thanks to the 10 inches of snow that fell last week.

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