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Still no date for recreational cannabis sales

Marijuana regulators could issue another six so-called final licenses for marijuana businesses, but the retailers who have already been given final approval still have not pinned down when they will...

Southbridge landfill fined $85K

A Southbridge recycling and disposal park will pay more than $85,000 in state penalties after several environmental violations were found after six recent inspections.

City Council to vote on WooSox tax financing

Zachary Comeau |

With a strict timeline to adhere to, the Worcester City Council is being asked Tuesday to approve a district improvement financing plan for the mostly vacant land at the site of the future Polar Park.

State rep. eyes bikeshare regulations

State House News Service |

About two years after Massachusetts first regulated ride-hail companies like Uber and Lyft, a Boston lawmaker is looking to extend those requirements to bikeshare services.

WooSox vs. WeySox: Weymouth offered the team an even better deal than Worcester

Grant Welker |

Worcester wasn't the only Massachusetts community considering ponying up major money to attract the Pawtucket Red Sox.

Outstanding Women in Business 2018: Lancaster started a $16M business out of her house

Grant Welker |

Less than a year after graduating from Bentley University with a finance degree, Marianne Lancaster was unhappy in her job until she got a pitch from relatives.

Outstanding Women in Business 2018: Brock leaves her mark on Central Mass. cornerstones

LIVIA GERSHON |

Growing up in Southborough and then attending college at Lowell University, Sandra Brock, chief engineer and vice president at Nitsch Engineering, knew her strong math ability could open career doors.

Outstanding Women in Business: 2014 Alumnae

Since Girls Inc. of Worcester CEO Victoria Waterman won her Outstanding Women in Business Award in 2014, some things have not changed.

Outstanding Women in Business: 2013 Alumnae

Idea Agency in Sturbridge has certainly gone through its evolutions over the past 24 years, as has its president, Christine Tieri – especially since winning an Outstanding Women in Business...

Outstanding Women in Business: 2011 Alumnae

Lisa Wilk has been onboard at Capaccio Environmental Engineering since its beginning, in 1992.

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