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Tegra Medical names Franklin GM

Franklin manufacturer Tegra Medical has named a former Waters Corp. and Cybex engineer as the general manager of its Franklin location.

Mass. added 5,600 jobs in December

Grant Welker |

The Massachusetts economy added 5,600 jobs in December, the state announced Thursday, with the unemployment rate dropping to 3.3 percent.

Movers & Shakers

Who's on the move in Central Massachusetts?

The new tax break: Public spending for stadiums

Grant Welker |

Like Worcester, many other cities have bet public spending on stadium-based development. They've had mixed results, with lots of skepticism.

Why LakePharma left a Worcester project for Hopkinton, allowing a Chinese competitor to take its place

Zachary Comeau |

LakePharma company was going to bring 150 jobs to Worcester, but a Chinese competitor took its place after the company decided it couldn't wait any longer and moved to Hopkinton.

Mega marijuana in Charlton persevering despite long odds

Zachary Comeau |

Despite facing what may be an insurmountable uphill battle, the developer behind a planned $100-million marijuana growing facility in Charlton plans to continue pushing forward with the project.

MetroWest adds 308K square feet of biotech space

Grant Welker |

MetroWest drastically expanded its biotech footprint last year, largely thanks to a single lease: Astellas Pharma moving into Westborough.

145 Front St. subcontractor to pay $158K in back wages

Zachary Comeau |

A New Jersey construction firm will pay more than $158,000 in back wages to resolve labor violations for 50 employees who worked on the 145 Front St. apartment project in Worcester.

Construction on Worcester Courthouse apartment complex to start March 1

Grant Welker |

Historic tax credits for the revitalization of the Worcester County Courthouse is putting the project closer to construction beginning in earnest.

Year ends with Central Mass. home sales down, prices up to $275K

Grant Welker |

Central Massachusetts ended 2018 with single-family home sales falling for the year and prices rising on a tight inventory.

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