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Sutton biz owner joins national small business discussion

The owner of a folk art company in Sutton joined Congressman Jim McGovern in Washington on Tuesday to discuss his needs as a small business owner with a congressional committee.

With new restaurant, Southwick's Zoo enters next phase

Savannah Donohue |

The largest Central Mass. tourist attraction has added a restaurant and rebranded with interactive tools to position itself for the future.

Workers acquires insurance firm

In an effort to expand its portfolio of financial services, Workers Credit Union has acquired a local retail insurance agency.

10-year high for workplace deaths in Mass.

Grant Welker |

A construction worker in Sutton, a chef and caterer in Hudson, and a pizza delivery driver in Bellingham were among the 13 Central Massachusetts workers who died on the job last year, as workplace...

Former Blackstone postmaster pleads guilty to embezzling $31K

Laura Finaldi |

The former postmaster of the U.S. Postal Service Post Offices in Blackstone and Jefferson pleaded guilty on Wednesday in federal court on charges that he stole approximately $31,000 from the postal...

Business booming again at Precision

Precision Engineering had a tough year last year. However, things have started picking up again at Precision, and since November, the company has been hiring and adding new customers.

Oxford firm leases 3,000 sq. ft. in Millbury

Worcester real estate firm Kelleher & Sadowsky announced it has leased 3,000 square feet of office space in Millbury.

Millbury property sold for $330K

Savannah Donohue |

Worcester-based real estate firm Kelleher & Sadowsky yesterday announced it represented the seller in the sale of a Millbury property for $330,000.

Aquarion files for first water rate increase in six years

Aquarion Water Co., which owns and operates water systems for Oxford and Millbury, has filed for a water rate increase for its entire Massachusetts service area, its first in six years.

Giving manufacturers respect

For too long, our manufacturing community has suffered – like Rodney Dangerfield – from not enough respect.

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