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Fallon opens new elder care facility in Webster

A 14,000-square-foot elder care facility will open Monday in Webster as Fallon Health's newest such center.

Central Mass. care centers staff at above-average levels

Grant Welker |

Health care is expensive in Massachusetts, but when it comes to health and rehabilitation centers, staffing levels here are generally above national averages, statistics show.

House committee moving toward bill supporting abortion access

State House News Service |

The House Committee on Ways and Means has begun moving legislation eliminating antiquated anti-abortion statutes, as abortion access has become less certain nationally.

Former legislator tapped for UMMHC post

Grant Welker |

A former Worcester state representative and Patrick administration official has been named the vice president of government and community relations for UMass Memorial Health Care.

Worcester dialysis center opens

Fresenius Medical Care has opened its second Worcester location at 867 Grafton St.

Joyce Murphy stepping down from Commonwealth Medicine

Zachary Comeau |

Joyce Murphy, executive vice chancellor for Commonwealth Medicine at UMass Medical School in Worcester, will step down from her role in August and be succeeded by the former CEO of Clinton Hospital.

Process Cooling Systems' growth fuels 60,000-square-foot expansion

Leominster-based process water systems manufacturer Process Cooling Systems is growing rapidly and will consolidate its two locations in Leominster and Fitchburg into one 60,000-square-foot building...

Assumption College founds new institute

Assumption College has created a new center for study named after late U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.

Becker College creates graduate studies school

Grant Welker |

Becker College has created its fifth school, the School of Graduate and Professional Studies, to centralize the Worcester college's graduate programs.

Notre Dame group proposes public garden as compromise

Zachary Comeau |

The group suing the owners of the Notre Dame des Canadiens church are now proposing a compromise: a public garden.

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