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The Power 50: Elaine Osgood

What Osgood started more than 30 years ago under the Uniglobe Travel franchise umbrella has blossomed into a travel and technology behemoth.

The Power 50: Anthony Consigli

The head of Central Massachusetts' largest commercial contractor – with $1.2 billion in 2017 revenue, 975 employees and seven offices along the East Coast – Anthony and brother Matthew...

Charlton solar facility to benefit Perkins in Lancaster

Zachary Comeau |

A Boston solar firm has completed its fourth community solar project in Worcester County, this one a 2.6-megawatt facility in Charlton to benefit a Lancaster human services agency.

Creative Hub Worcester youth arts grand opening next month

Nonprofit artist group Creative Hub Worcester is beginning its summer arts programming in a newly renovated space in the Hadley Apartments building.

Gateway City holds huge potential


Worcester is designated a Gateway City by state law, which creates an economic boost through increased funds for development.

Fidelity Bank reaches $819M in assets

Zachary Comeau |

Fidelity Bank grew by 5 percent in 2017, reaching total assets of $819 million while investing in more than 145 local businesses.

Marlborough chamber CEO retiring after 31 years

Zachary Comeau |

More than 80 applicants have applied to the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce board of directors to fill the vacant CEO position.

Fiduciary duties

While a nonprofit board may get involved in the weeds and deal with any number of tactical issues, all boards need to take the long view and be aware of their long-term viability.

Devens' Great Exchange business recycling program expanding

Grant Welker |

What started as a one-time business service event strictly for Devens now encompasses nearly three dozen communities throughout New England.

Reliant Foundation becomes independent nonprofit following Optum merger

Zachary Comeau |

Less than 48 hours after a $28-million acquisition by Optum, Reliant Medical Group's charitable affiliate Reliant Foundation said it is no longer affiliated with the Worcester medical group.

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