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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...

Mass. officials preparing for legal sports betting

State House News Service |

Anticipating that the Supreme Court might rule next year that states can legalize sports wagering, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Thursday resolved to prepare research on the topic.

Owner of T&G, MetroWest Daily News buys Boston Herald

Grant Welker |

GateHouse Media, the owner of the Telegram & Gazette, the MetroWest Daily News and dozens of papers across Massachusetts, has reached an agreement to buy the Boston Herald.

UMass Memorial Health Care makes $10M profit in 2017

Grant Welker |

Worcester-based UMass Memorial Health Care was profitable for a fourth straight year in the latest budget period but less so than the three previous years, system officials said.

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