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Outstanding Women in Business: 2010 Alumnae

Since Elaine Fluet became an Outstanding Women in Business eight years ago, her organization has been doing more palliative care.

The EcoTarium's shared vision

In June, Paul Belsito took over as chairman of Worcester museum EcoTarium, where he led the search committee to find Luxcy Hale, the replacement for former President Joe Cox.

UniBank, T&G, Hanover, Table Talk among 19 WooSox founding partners

Zachary Comeau |

So far, 19 companies have signed on to be founding partners of the Worcester Red Sox minor league baseball team, including Polar Beverages, MGM Springfield and Worcester Telegram & Gazette.

Assumption College named exclusive higher ed sponsor for WooSox

Zachary Comeau |

Assumption College will be the exclusive higher education sponsor of the future Worcester Red Sox, the Worcester college and ballclub jointly announced Thursday.

Comprehensive Environmental moving from Marlborough to Bolton

Comprehensive Environmental Inc., a engineering and environmental services company, will move this winter from Marlborough to Bolton.

Worcester County median home price hits $287K

Zachary Comeau |

Continuing a similar trend of supply and demand, single-family homes in Worcester County and the state continue to rise in price as the number of homes sold declines.

$21M Blackstone visitor center opening Saturday

Grant Welker |

Ideas for a Blackstone River Valley visitor center were first pitched around three decades ago. On Saturday, the center will finally become reality.

Worcester joins San Francisco, Las Vegas and Salt Lake City as housing markets with the highest price increases

Zachary Comeau |

The Worcester area is quickly becoming an expensive one in which to buy a home, according to online real estate brokerage Redfin.

Worcester aims to secure $32.5M state grant for PawSox parking

Zachary Comeau |

City Manager Edward Augustus will ask the Worcester City Council on Tuesday for authorization to spend $32.5 million to build a new Canal District parking garage.

$2.5M state grant will aid IPG's $70M expansion

Zachary Comeau |

Oxford laser maker IPG Photonics is getting more public help, this time from the state in the form of a $2.5 million state grant to the town.

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