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Worcester wants to move CSX's truck station

Grant Welker |

The Worcester city administration is working to relocate a Shrewsbury truck transfer station closer to the CSX rail yard to cut down on the number of trucks passing through residential city streets.

ReWalk's revenue more than doubles

Revenue for Marlborough's ReWalk Robotics more than doubled in the second quarter on new orders for the company's walking-aid systems.

Development approved at Notre Dame church site

Grant Welker |

An 84-unit apartment development was approved Wednesday for the downtown Worcester site.

Baker to approve fees, fines from employers for MassHealth

State House News Service |

Gov. Charlie Baker will sign into law $200 million in new fees and fines on Massachusetts employers to help pay for MassHealth without sought-after reforms to the program.

MetroWest office, industrial markets strong

The market for MetroWest office, industrial and manufacturing space remained strong in the second quarter, according to a new report.

Following demand, Milford pharma expanded

The world's largest manufacturing site for a drug ingredient called oligonucleotide is slated for Milford's Avecia.

HomeGoods, T.J. Maxx to switch plazas in Milford

Grant Welker |

HomeGoods and T.J. Maxx are switching plazas in Milford, leaving the Quarry Square Shopping Center in favor of the new Milford Crossing.

Worcester Co. foreclosures drop 39%

Emily Micucci |

Worcester County saw foreclosure petitions decreased by 39.1 percent in June amid a statewide decrease of 18.3 percent, The Warren Group reported Tuesday.

Flying Rhino, law firm get $525K in SBA loans

Two Worcester businesses this month received federal small business loans in order to invest in real estate, according to announcements from the Worcester Business Development Corp. and U.S.

Worcester trying to relocate CSX's Shrewsbury truck station

Grant Welker |

The Worcester city administration is working to relocate a Shrewsbury truck transfer station closer to the CSX rail yard to cut down on the number of trucks passing through residential city streets.

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