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Game of Thrones video game maker expands in Framingham

A company that made video games based on the TV shows Game of Thrones and Star Trek will move into larger offices in Framingham.

Marlborough ice center adding two new rinks

Due to hockey's rising popularity and the possibility of adding more winter sports like curling and speed skating, the New England Sports Center in Marlborough will open two new ice rinks by August.

Marlborough president gets six years in prison over $3B scheme

Grant Welker |

The former president of TelexFree was sentenced to six years in prison and three years of supervised release Wednesday on charges that he ran an international $3 billion pyramid scheme.

Framingham pharmacist guilty in fatal tainted-drug case

Grant Welker |

Barry Cadden, a co-owner and head pharmacist of a Framingham company connected to a fungal meningitis outbreak, was convicted Wednesday of fraud and racketeering.

State leaders battling over legal-pot oversight

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Senate President Stan Rosenberg joined his House counterpart in questioning whether the treasurer's office should retain full control over the regulatory body that will enforce legalized marijuana...

$1B less in federal health revenue for Mass. expected, governor says

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Gov. Charlie Baker estimated the American Health Care Act sponsored by Republican leaders in Washington would result in $1 billion less in federal revenue for Massachusetts in 2020.

Owner of Worcester restaurants indicted on drug, laundering charges

Grant Welker |

The owner of Worcester restaurants The Usual and The Blackstone Tap has been indicted on charges that he used more than $1 million in drug-sale money to buy and renovate nine properties.

Governor willing to back off health care assessment on businesses

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The Baker administration is said to be willing to back away from controversial proposal to impose a $2,000-per-employee assessment on companies that don't meet certain health insurance requirements.

State panel drastically cuts from governor's budget

State House News Service |

Democratic state leaders have left many of Gov. Charlie Baker's spending requests out of a redrafted $144 million midyear spending bill.

WPI opens biomanufacturing training enrollment

Worcester Polytechnic Institute opened enrollment for a training program for people who want to work in the biotech sector but don't necessarily have the experience.

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