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Candela Corp. acquires Danish laser skincare firm

Zachary Comeau |

Wayland aesthetic medical device firm Candela Corp. said Wednesday it has acquired a Danish laser-based medical device firm.

Primetals to build wire rod mill for Indian manufacturer

The Worcester location of U.K.-based metal mill manufacturer Primetals Technologies has landed a contract with an India-based steel company to build a new wire rod mills next year.

Not to harsh your PawSox buzz, but…

Brad Kane |

This is where my thoughts drifted during the excitement following the PawSox announcement: What is the tax rate going to do now?

Worcester has 24 prospective pot shops for its 15 available licenses

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester is working to determine which of the proposed 24 retail cannabis stores will land the city's 15 licenses.

Ten manufacturers among WBJ's 40 Under Forty

The members of the 2018 WBJ 40 Under Forty class include a variety of manufacturers from various sectors, including building envelope consulting, recruiting, medical device making and baking.

Table Talk wants a piece of the WooSox pie

Table Talk Pies, with a 150,000-square-foot manufacturing facility on Washington Street in Worcester, is welcoming the Worcester Red Sox with open arms.

Good Chemistry seeks city board approval for recreational sales

Zachary Comeau |

It's another first for Good Chemistry: the Harrison Street dispensary is Worcester's first marijuana company to apply for a special permit to sell adult-use cannabis products.

Fitchburg leads Worcester County in recreational marijuana applications

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester County has been the most active Massachusetts county for the recreational marijuana industry with 34 total applications submitted to the state Cannabis Control Commission.

Framingham marijuana testing lab could be approved Thursday

Zachary Comeau |

The state's adult-use cannabis industry could clear a major hurdle Thursday as the Cannabis Control Commission is expected to approve licenses for two independent testing facilities.

WooSox merchandise flying off Guertin Graphics' shelves

Worcester has had baseball fever ever since the Pawtucket Red Sox signed a letter of intent with the city to build a potential $90-million ballpark in the Canal District.

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