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Mass. courts uphold DEP authority on electric emissions

The state's highest court on Tuesday upheld a state department's authority to impose a cap regulation establishing declining aggregate greenhouse gas emissions on power plants, dismissing arguments...

Movers & Shakers

Bay State Savings Bank has promoted three people at its Worcester headquarters: THOMAS BELTON to senior vice president of information technology, JEANIE...

Contaminated land in Framingham listed for sale

Zachary Comeau |

The owners of a now closed hazardous waste storage facility in Framingham are seeking buyers for about 2.6 acres of contaminated land in Framingham.

Central Mass. could be nuclear training leader

DAVID MEDICH |

Central Mass. universities could gain national recognition by having local universities, hospitals and industry working together to offer multi-disciplinary nuclear programs.

Maine environmental group opposes Mass. energy transmission project

State House News Service |

An environmental nonprofit from Maine was expected to oppose contracts related to the 140-mile New England Clean Energy Connect transmission project at a hearing Wednesday.

Column: Running out of time and energy

ROY NASCIMENTO |

Even as we celebrate all that our business community contributes to the region, we can see a cloud on the horizon. Energy costs are rising quickly in an already expensive state.

Notre Dame group proposes public garden as compromise

Zachary Comeau |

The group suing the owners of the Notre Dame des Canadiens church are now proposing a compromise: a public garden.

Devens says it is fighting environmental lawsuit

Grant Welker |

The Devens Enterprise Commission said Tuesday it is fighting against a lawsuit that alleges Devens has allowed polluted rainwater to enter the Nashua River.

The Power 50: Ravi Vig

In April, Vig decided to move Allegro's 286 employees making computer semiconductors from the firm's 53-year-old Worcester home to Marlborough, continuing Marlborough's regional pull.

Appeals Court denies Notre Dame demolition halt

The courts have dealt another blow to a group’s hopes to save the Notre Dame church in Worcester from the wrecking ball.

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