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Federal government sees progress on opioid fight

State House News Service |

The White House said it sees signs of progress in the battle against opioid addiction including a decline in prescriptions, a slower growth rate for deaths and large seizures of illicit drugs.

Cogeneration facility complete at Soutbridge Innovation Center

A cogeneration facility at the 150-acre Southbridge Innovation Center expected to provide over 70 percent of the project's energy needs has been completed.

Medicaid fraud division recovered $45M in fiscal 2018

State House News Service |

Attorney General Maura Healey's Medicaid Fraud Division recovered more than $45 million for the MassHealth program in fiscal year 2018.

Mass. gas prices jumped 5 cents a gallon in past week

State House News Service |

AAA Northeast on Monday said gas prices in Massachusetts rose 5 cents a gallon over the past week.

MassDOT: Worcester airport has $97M economic impact

Grant Welker |

Worcester Regional Airport has an economic impact of $97 million, seventh in the state, according to a study released Monday.

Electricity supplier to provide restitution to 1,300 Worcester County residents

About 1,300 Worcester County residents have been mailed checks as part of the second phase of restitution payments Viridian Energy must make to settle deceptive sales tactics.

Busenburg trailblazed Massachusetts customs

Forty-seven years ago, Karen Busenburg became the first licensed female customs broker in Massachusetts, founding her own brokerage house.

No reservations about hotel growth

Yet, there is concern from industry experts the hotel industry is heading for a slowdown; not necessarily reversing course but delivering much less robust growth. This is a valid concern, but it is...

Movers & Shakers

Who's on the move in Central Massachusetts?

Pulling back the curtain of your business


Much like the theater, your business is comprised of both a front stage and a backstage

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