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MWCC to offer paramedic tech program

Zachary Comeau |

Mount Wachusett Community College now offers one of the nine paramedic technology certificate programs in the state.

Nichols develops accounting program for Boston firm

Zachary Comeau |

Nichols College has partnered with a regional accounting firm to offer a graduate curriculum tailored for the company's employees.

The Hanover grants over $100K

The philanthropic arm of Worcester-based The Hanover Insurance Group has doled out more than $100,000 to local organizations, the company announced Thursday.

Creative Hub Worcester fundraising $850k from goal

Grant Welker |

Creative Hub Worcester co-founders Stacy Lord and Laura Marotta are $850,000 away from reaching their fundraising goal and start construction on a new arts and events center.

WPI using $240K grant to address gender, racial biases

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester Polytechnic Institute received a $240,000 grant from the Davis Educational Foundation to help teach WPI students how to call out biases in race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status or...

Appointment of new UMass Boston chancellor postponed

State House News Service |

UMass President Martin Meehan said Monday's meeting to announce a new chancellor for UMass Boston was postponed "due to the volume of feedback."

Seven Hills Foundation buys former Honey Farms offices for $860K

Grant Welker |

The Seven Hills Foundation has bought the former Honey Farms headquarters in Worcester for a family services and education center.

Mass. unemployment rate stable at 3.5%

For the seventh straight month, the state's unemployment rate has remained level at 3.5 percent, the state Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development announced Friday.

AG Healey approves Mount Ida, UMass deal, will investigate

Mount Ida College in Newton will receive "fair value" for its assets through its proposed acquisition by UMass Amherst, according to Attorney General Maura Healey's office.

Creative Hub Worcester youth arts grand opening next month

Nonprofit artist group Creative Hub Worcester is beginning its summer arts programming in a newly renovated space in the Hadley Apartments building.

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