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Hudson gets $650K for rotary improvements

Hudson has seen a spike in new downtown storefronts and soon the town will have a new rotary to help with the neighborhood's safety and aesthetics.

Mass. residents having trouble accessing behavioral health care, survey shows

State House News Service |

Most adults who sought care for mental health or substance use disorders in Massachusetts in the last year had trouble obtaining that care.

Amid mixed signals, Mass. business confidence ticks upward

State House News Service |

A three-month slide in business confidence came to an end in November, barely.

State elder affairs head to depart in January

State House News Service |

Elder Affairs Secretary Alice Bonner plans to leave the administration to take a new job with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, which focuses on improving elder care delivery.

State budget deliberations begin without look at gambling revenue

State House News Service |

State budget writers got estimates on all kinds of expected state revenue when they began preparations for the fiscal 2020 spending plan, but one category was conspicuously absent.

Dual-tax rate hurts Worcester

ALEX GUARDIOLA |

Since 1984, the city council has shifted a portion of the residential tax burden over to the business property tax payers. By doing so, it puts Worcester at a competitive disadvantage to its...

10 Things I Know About … Engaging the immigrant business community

Take inventory of the communities and ethnic cultural neighborhoods your employees represent.

Becker is becoming a leader in the $1B esports industry

Grant Welker |

Next fall, Becker will officially begin its esports management program, which the school says is the first of its kind in the country.

Worcester's sports franchises have two years to prepare for the Pawtucket Red Sox

Zachary Comeau |

Years before it even arrives in Worcester, the top Red Sox farm team is already gobbling up sponsorships and is sure to challenge existing Worcester teams for ticket sales.

Colleges rethink MBA programs amid application decline

LIVIA GERSHON |

Applications for MBA programs across the country fell 7 percent between 2017 and 2018.

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