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Primetals selected for Ohio steel mill upgrades

Primetals Technologies will supply several technologies for an Ohio steel making facility as the plant undergoes a major expansion and upgrade.

Emuge partners with software solutions provider

Emuge Corp. has partnered with one of its collaborators to share technical data and best practices on machining applications and programs.

QCC signs airline mechanics agreement

Worcester area residents can become airplane mechanics through a new community college partnership in the works since 2012.

Worcester Regional Airport adding Hyannis flight

Grant Welker |

Worcester Regional Airport has added a third destination, with flights beginning Thursday to Hyannis from the company Rectrix Aviation.

WBJ named best designed biz journal in country

The Worcester Business Journal won six industry awards Saturday, including first for Best Overall Design and third Best Newspaper, all in the small publication category.

Worcester picks $53M development for old courthouse

Grant Welker |

A $53-million project with 125 apartment units and retail has been chosen by the city to be built at the long-vacant Worcester County Courthouse.

Greendale Mall surviving amid store closures, more competition

Grant Welker |

As retailers across the country are expected to close thousands of locations this year, the Greendale Mall may need an unlikely rebound to avoid becoming another mall that couldn't make it through...

Central Mass. towns reject recreational pot, at least for now

Grant Welker |

Voters statewide approved a new law legalizing recreational marijuana last November, but cities and towns aren't waiting for the legalization of pot shops to go into effect before taking action to...

Worcester revitalization gets aggressive

Grant Welker |

The Worcester Redevelopment Authority is turning more proactive in helping to remake downtown and beyond, including what would be the first two properties taken as part of a sprawling revitalization...

EnerNOC to be acquired for $300M

Laura Finaldi |

Boston-based energy management company EnerNOC announced Thursday that it is being acquired by an Italian energy company.

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