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Holliston firms seek to revolutionize temperature sensors

Laura Finaldi |

Holliston sensors manufacturer Nanmac Corp. was purchased in 2014 by the Patriot Worldwide, also based in Holliston. Since the acquisition, the company has been selling its products to the likes of...

Manufacturers can earn $3,500 with National Grid program

Savannah Donohue |

National Grid on Tuesday said it is looking for volunteer companies for its pilot program where business, including manufacturers, in Massachusetts and Rhode Island can earn up to $3,500 by reducing...

Worcester ranks 54th Best Place to Live

Emily Micucci |

Worcester's cultural assets, such as theaters, make it a U.S. Best Place to Live, according to U.S. News & World Report.

Power industry warns against Mass. greenhouse gas plan

State House News Service |

As Massachusetts regulators map out the state's role in reducing global warming, environmental advocates and electricity generators both urged consideration for how new rules could affect power plant...

Charitable Giving

Southbridge Savings Bank donated $2,500 to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/Metrowest Inc., to help expand its mentoring program.

Accolades & Honors

James A. Valis and Gregg R. Manis, advisors from Blackstone Valley Wealth Management in Hopkinton, were recognized for the third time in three years with the 2017 Five Star Wealth Manager Award in...

Movers & Shakers

Eleven people in Central Massachusetts have found new positions, including at Fidelity Bank, TechSandBox, the Idea Agency and the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce.

UniBank sees a better use for brick and mortar in digital world


The new administrator for the growing Whitinsville-based bank sees branches carrying a more personal touch.

W. Boylston firm buys Worcester apartments for $550K

Laura Finaldi |

Rickman Realty of West Boylston said Wednesday it has purchased a 10-unit Worcester apartment complex for $550,000.

Plastics co. buys industrial plant for $5.2M

Savannah Donohue |

A Leominster plastics company has purchased a 227,422-square-foot industrial building next to its headquarters for $5.15 million, according to an announcement Monday from the broker of the sale.

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