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Framingham State president joins immigration alliance

Grant Welker |

Framingham State University President Javier Cevallos has joined a nationwide alliance of college presidents calling on Congress to pass legislation protecting students who are so-called Dreamers.

Can freezing eggs freeze time?

Susan Shalhoub |

There are more local options for women when it comes to issues of timing, such as the retrieval, freezing and preservation of ovarian eggs for later fertilization.

Secretary of State urges LLC caution

State House News Service |

Hoping to cash in on the new federal tax law, some Bay State workers have shown a growing interest in forming limited liability companies in time for the tax year that starts Monday, but a top state...

YOU, Inc. names two VPs as company shifts

To better align the company for industry shifts, Worcester-based non-profit child welfare company Youth Opportunities Upheld, Inc. (YOU) has appointed two vice presidents.

Drive and passion will carry Central Mass. forward in 2018

Worcester Business Journal's annual Economic Forecast issue gives us a chance to take a step back and reflect on everything that happened in the past year, which we use to predict what will come for...

Biomanufacturing, recreational cannabis and beer will highlight a big year for manufacturing

Zachary Comeau |

Although biomanufacturing has been a bit slow to take hold in the region, there's only optimism for the budding industry.

Central Mass. colleges will face funding, recruiting challenges in 2018

Grant Welker |

Smaller campuses may struggle with declining interest from international students, and colleges will have to work to find the right balance between speech rights and harmful actions.

Mass. unemployment falls to 3.6 percent

Thanks to a 7,300 rise in jobs added in Massachusetts last month, the unemployment rate has dropped to 3.6 percent.

QCC lands $84K grant for English learning

Zachary Comeau |

An $84,100 state grant will enable non-English speaking students at Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester to learn the language more quickly and begin taking college-level English courses.

W. Boylston inmates graduate MWCC manufacturing class

Zachary Comeau |

Six inmates at the West Boylston House of Corrections graduated last week from a plastics manufacturing class run by Mount Wachusett Community College.

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