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WPI app aims to stop overeating

Grant Welker |

An app being developed by researchers at WPI and the University of Connecticut tracks eating patterns and provides reminders aimed at helping to stop overeating.

Wachusett leads Top 10 largest Central Mass. breweries

Brad Kane |

Wachusett Brewing Co. in Westminster is the largest brewery in Central Massachusetts, according to data compiled by Worcester Business Journal.

Boston Scientific receives FDA approval for Parkinson's implant

Brad Kane |

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration has approved a new brain-stimulation Parkinson's disease implant from Marlborough medical device manufacturer Boston Scientific, the company announced Monday.

WPI's Leshin is highest-paid private-college president in Central Mass.

Grant Welker |

Worcester Polytechnic Institute President Laurie Leshin made $764,400 in 2015, though her pay was eclipsed by the heads of UMass Medical School and MCPHS.

Price Chopper, Market 32 partner with Instacart in Hopkinton, Sutton

Zachary Comeau |

Price Chopper in Hopkinton and Market 32 in Sutton are one of several of the chain's stores to begin a partnership with grocery delivery service Instacart on Wednesday.

Accounting practice opening new Shrewsbury office

Paresky Flitt & Co., a Wayland tax and accounting practice, will open a Shrewsbury location next month.

Marlborough's RXi collaborates with German biotech

RXi Pharmaceuticals Corp., a Marlborough clinical-stage company, has entered into a research collaboration with a German biotechnology company, Medigene.

CitySquare II marketing one of last Downtown Worcester development sites

Grant Welker |

The last buildable site on the former Galleria property is for sale, with potential for an eight-story, 200,000-square-foot building.

Worcester Common Ground proposes $13M affordable housing

Zachary Comeau |

Community development group Worcester Common Ground is proposing a $13-million, 31-unit affordable housing rental project at Chandler Avenue the group hopes will help liven up the neighborhood.

PawSox, RI officials debating new $83M proposal as Worcester talks continue

Zachary Comeau |

The Pawtucket Red Sox and Rhode Island officials are reviewing a new proposal for a new $83-million ballpark in Pawtucket to transfer half of the ballpark naming rights to Pawtucket, revenue expected...

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